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Governor Gordon Appoints New WY Superintendent of Public Instruction

Schroeder replaces Superintendent Jillian Balow who resigned January 16th to become Superintendent of Public Instruction at the Virginia Department of Education. Schroeder has worked as a teacher and administrator in private schools in California, Wisconsin, Michigan and Wyoming and as a family and youth counselor. He earned his Bachelor’s degree from Maranatha Baptist University and […]

WY State Senator Ed Cooper Discusses Carbon Sequestering

Will Silverstein spoke with State Senator Ed Cooper about Carbon Sequestering. Ed Cooper: Committee meetings just wrapping up the summer’s intermark meeting got delayed due to the special session, but that’s fine. We got our work finished up and I’m really pretty excited about that carbon is quantifiable it’s it’s time for action on on […]

Casper Man Pleads Guilty to Production of Child Pornography

One Casper man has plead guilty to production of Child Pornography. 33 year old Daniel Hendricks pleaded guilty to four counts of production of child pornography. Hendricks appeared for a change of plea hearing on January 13th. Sentencing has been set for April 7th. Hendricks faces 15 to 120 years of imprisonment and 5 years […]

Alex Farkas of CPD Explains Drug Awareness Seminar for Parents

Will Silverstein spoke with Alex Farkas of the Cheyenne Police Department about the Department’s Drug Awareness Seminar for parents. “So on Thursday, January 27, from six to 7pm, the Cheyenne Police Department is hosting a free seminar to help parents, caregivers and concerned citizens recognize the signs of drug impairment. The seminar is going to […]

Representative Joe MacGuire Discusses Corporations Committee

Will Silverstein spoke with Representative Joe MacGuire of Natrona County about the Corporations Committee and whether or not the committee will have a plan ahead of the budget session. The you know, obviously the federal government since the census takers out, and they take the count and then they report back and our numbers were […]

Real Estate Tax Proposed

The Joint Revenue Committee has proposed a County optional 1% Real Estate Tax. The proposal would allow counties to opt in on a tax that will see revenue from a tax utilized within local government rather than solely the state. The proposed tax comes as non-renewables and other revenue generating industries for the state have […]

Author Highlights Parent’s Opportunity to Teach Outside the Classroom, to Help Students Inside the Classroom

For almost two years, education around the country has been disrupted by the COVID 19 pandemic forcing teachers, students, and parents to be more flexible than ever. To celebrate International Day of Education, we sat down with children’s author Sherrika Myers to hear how she thinks the disruption could be an opportunity to be innovative, […]