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CHEYENNE — Lawmakers continue to discuss ways to make Interstate 80 safer, although they say many options would be costly or difficult to enforce.   For instance, there is currently no statutory definition in Wyoming of what a “light” or “high-profile” vehicle is, Wyoming Highway Patrol Commercial...
CHEYENNE — State Superintendent of Public Instruction Megan Degenfelder released a strategic plan Thursday that will guide the Wyoming Department of Education for the next four years.  It places an emphasis on parental empowerment, job preparation and developing citizenship for students.   Her...

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CHEYENNE (WNE) — Union Pacific’s famed Big Boy No. 4014, the world’s largest steam locomotive still in operation, returns to the rails on June 7 for its Home Run Express Tour to Omaha, Nebraska, where it will be on display for 11 days during the college baseball championship.   Big Boy will leave...

Central High School junior Ashli Smedley, 17, poses Monday afternoon after she was surprised with the news she won the Wyoming Doodle for Google contest a second time. She has qualified for the next stage under the 2023 theme “I Am Grateful For.” Smedley was selected for her piece titled “Just One Glance,” which reflects on how artwork inspires others to change their lives. Photo by Jasmine Hall, Wyoming Tribune Eagle.

 

Large Photo: Ashli Smedley, a junior at Cheyenne’s Central High School, won the 2023 Wyoming Doodle for Google contest and qualified for the national competition under the 2023 theme “I Am Grateful For.” Smedley was selected for her piece titled “Just One Glance,” which reflects on how artwork inspires others to change their lives.

 
CHEYENNE — Not many high school students can say they’ve won a statewide art competition before they graduate. Ashli Smedley has done it not once, but twice. The Central High School junior was surprised Monday with the news she had won the Wyoming Doodle for Google contest a second time and...

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CHEYENNE — Laramie County Circuit Judge Antoinette Williams ruled Thursday that one of two teens involved in the April 30 Lincoln Park drive-by shooting should face a criminal trial in district court.   The decision was made following a preliminary hearing for 17-year-old Johnny Munoz, who was...
CHEYENNE (WNE) — Black Hills Wyoming Gas, doing business as Black Hills Energy, has filed a rate review application with the Wyoming Public Service Commission seeking an increase in base rates of $19.3 million to recover the necessary capital infrastructure and operational costs required to enable...
CHEYENNE — The Wyoming Military Department received a slew of recommendations Tuesday that its leaders plan to implement for both responding to and preventing sexual harassment and assault.   The recommendations were part of an external assessment of the Guard’s current practices.    Gov. Mark...
CHEYENNE — A Gold’s Gym patron tackled and subdued a local man Friday before he was arrested for allegedly trying to steal a vehicle and rob the establishment.   Brandon B. Creel, 37, of 505 Williams St. was taken into custody and charged with two counts of felony robbery (threat of injury),...
CHEYENNE (WNE) — Average gasoline prices in Wyoming have fallen 1.2 cents per gallon in the last week, averaging $3.36 per gallon on Monday, according to GasBuddy.com’s survey of 494 stations in Wyoming.   Prices in Wyoming are 1.4 cents per gallon lower than a month ago, and stand 84.7 cents per...
CHEYENNE — One of three defendants connected to the Dell Range Boulevard shooting in January that led to the death of a Triumph High School student has pleaded guilty.   Nearly three months after Tirso Munguia, 19, sought to have the charges dismissed during a preliminary hearing, he pleaded guilty...

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