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Representative Stith Discusses K-12 Funding

In more from our interview with Representative Clark Stith, the Sweetwater County Rep discusses our current K-12 funding situation and what the future holds after funding from fossil fuels appears to continue to decline. K through 12 funding is expected to continue to funding at a quite a generous level here in Wyoming. Part of […]

Senator Lummis Discusses Upcoming Election Year and Possible Distractions

We spoke with Senator Cynthia Lummis about if the 2022 U.S. House race between Liz Cheney and Harriet Hageman will distract and harm legislation the Wyoming congressional delegation hopes to pass this year. Will Silverstein: 2022 is an election year for the US House seat. Are you concerned about the possibility of any legislation you […]

Laramie County School District Removes Mask Requirement

The Laramie County School District board has voted to remove the current masking requirement. The vote to terminate the requirement came down to a 4-3 vote. Masking will still occur for students who test positive and decide to choose a shorter quarantine sufficient with the new CDC guidelines.

CFD Old West Hoses Art UnCorkD

CFD Old West is once again having an ART UNCORKD. It will be Thursday, February 10th at 5:30pm. For this event, participants will create their own lithographic image on the contemporary polyester plate and will have the opportunity to print onto a variety of papers. You can purchase tickets cfdoldwestmuseum.org  

January 10 Hometown Hero

January 10 Hometown Hero

The Hometown Hero for January 10th we are congratulating Deputy Thomas Prach on his new position. Natrona County Sheriff John Harlin swore in the newest deputy to the Natrona County Sheriff’s Office recently. Deputy Prach took his oath and will begin his career with the Sheriff’s Office assigned to the Detention Operations Division at the […]

Representative Clark Stith Discusses Blockchain Committee

We spoke with Representative Clark Stith about how his blockchain committee is helping to expand access to broadband across Wyoming. Clark Stith: There is broad support for using the federal American rescue plan Act funds for broadband communications. The current draft bill that the committee approved at its last meeting provides for $150 million for […]

No Arapaho Tribal Housing Program to Receive $1 Million in Rental Assistance

The Wyoming Department of Family Services announced that the Northern Arapaho Tribal Housing Program will receive $1 million in Emergency Rental Assistance Program money. According to the agency, Wyoming is the only state that has granted federal emergency rental assistance funds to a tribe thus far. Recent Treasury guidelines have permitted programs to reallocate funds […]