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Boy Scouts, VFW Donate Over $1,300 Of Food

As food prices continue to reach record highs, local veterans of foreign wars and a local boy scout group helped donate over $1,300 worth of food to ‘Meals on Wheels Cheyenne.’ According to Meals on Wheels, some of the items included 60 pounds of pork loin, 100 pounds of sugar, 60 pounds of whole kernel corn, […]

Casper Police Make Drive-By Shooting Arrests

Two teens and one adult are arrested in connection with a drive-by shooting in Casper. The Casper Police Department says back on April 4th, officers responded to reports of shots fired inside of homes in the 2600 block of South McKinley. no injuries were reported. 17 year old Matthew Pentinney, 17 year old Terrin Bergh, […]

Water Backflow Device Theft Warning

The Cheyenne Police Department is warning local residents of an increase in water backflow device thefts in the city. These thefts have increased due to the profitable semi-precious metal such as copper and brass the devices contain. Water backflow devices are installed above ground, on the water service line leading into commercial and apartment buildings. […]

“Walk A Mile” Event Takes Over Depot Plaza

April is Sexual Assault Awareness month. Safehouse Cheyenne organized a ‘Walk a Mile in Her Shoes Event’. The event has both men and women put on the heels and stilettos to literally walk that mile. You may have noticed them strutting along depot plaza on wednesday afternoon battling Wyoming’s freezing temps. The fun event comes […]

UW Researchers Create New Covid Test

Two University of Wyoming professors and one doctoral candidate are leading research on a new more sensitive covid rapid test. The new test detects a spike in the virus that causes covid. Researchers said compared to many rapid tests available on the market, this test allows for a more defined result, cowboy state daily reports. The […]

Multiple Burglaries Investigated In Natrona County

Multiple auto burglaries over the last several months are being investigated in Bar Nunn, according to the Natrona County Sheriff’s Office. Investigators have determined the suspect or suspects are targeting unlocked vehicles in driveways, and using flashlights to look inside and attempt to open them late at night. The Natrona County Sheriff’s Office is asking […]

Liquor License Limitations In Wyoming Towns

Some Wyoming mayors are saying restrictions on the number of liquor licenses that can be awarded in the state is limiting economic growth. Sheridan and Cheyenne City Councils have been reviewing 11 applications for one retail liquor license that can be used for a bar or package liquor store. Cheyenne Mayor Patrick Collins told Cowboy […]