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Concerns Grow Over Large Pothole In Bonnie Brae St

Residents are reaching out to officials to help them resolve this issue of this pothole that has turned into a swimming pool almost over the last three years. And that is deemed too dangerous not only for the residents, but for the people passing through. While most try to avoid the area, Ariel Ramirez, who […]

Make-A-Wish WY Celebrates 700 Wishes

This month, Make-a-Wish Wyoming is celebrating 700 wishes they have granted across the state since their inception in 1985. Over the past 38 years, the nonprofit has granted a variety of wishes — such as celebrity visits, trips, and gifts for kids diagnosed with critical illnesses. To refer a child, you can visit Wish.org. 

Old Casper YMCA Demolition In Final Stages

The old Casper YMCA is nearing the end of its demolition, and new drone footage and images of the site was shared on YouTube. On Monday, the west section of the old swimming pool building was all that was left standing. The demolition of the building started in December, nearly six decades since the building […]

Multi-Vehicle Crash On I-80 In Evanston

Five people were transported to the hospital after a multi-vehicle crash on I-80 in Evanston Monday night. According to Uinta County fire and ambulance, five semi trucks and one passenger vehicle were involved in the incident that occurred at milepost 5 on I-80. Details on the injuries have not been released. Icy roads and speeding […]

Local Customers Reassured After Recent Bank Collapses

Local Customers Reassured After Recent Bank Collapses

As concerns rise after the nation sees the failure of two large banks, our Kimberly Barroteran speaks to a local bank on what this means for residents.  With the banking crisis, you might be wondering, is my money safe? Well Jonah Bank of Wyoming is here to ease your worries. While the collapse of two banks […]

Gov. And First Lady Help Pack Meals For Meals On Wheels

As part of the 21st annual “March for Meals” celebration, Governor Mark Gordon and first lady Jenny Gordon stopped by Meals on Wheels to help with packing meals for delivery. This year marks the 53rd year that Meals on Wheels has been serving the community of Cheyenne. Meals on Wheels of Cheyenne mission is “to […]

Spring Break program at Boys & Girls Club of Central WY

With students going into spring break next week, the Boys and Girls Club of central Wyoming is inviting them to spend their time at the club. The “school’s out, club’s in” program will be $10 per day. It will include field trips, stem, activities, sports and games for grades K-12. Lunch and snacks will also be […]