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CHEYENNE — Members of the Wyoming Senate and House of Representatives selected their respective leaders and finalized committee assignments for the 67th Wyoming Legislature following party caucuses Nov. 19 and 20.  Members of leadership will be formally confirmed, and newly elected legislators will...
CHEYENNE – Health professionals and law enforcement officers hope a new partnership will improve outcomes for people dealing with mental health issues, while also making the community safer.  A new behavioral health co-response program will be a collaboration between Cheyenne Regional Medical...
CHEYENNE (WNE) — Gov. Mark Gordon announced Thursday that Wyoming has filed a second lawsuit against the Department of Interior related to the Bureau of Land Management’s decision to “pause” oil and gas lease sales.  In the first lawsuit, the state challenged the Biden administration’s early...
CHEYENNE (WNE) — A woman who worked as the bookkeeper for a local nonprofit theater has been charged in federal court with five counts of wire fraud.  Carrisa J. Dunn-Pollard is accused of defrauding Cheyenne Little Theatre Players Inc. of more than $250,000 over about two years, according to...
CHEYENNE – U.S. Sen. Cynthia Lummis, R-Wyo., voted in support of federal protections for same-sex marriage Tuesday, one of 12 Republicans to vote in favor of the Respect for Marriage Act as it passed 61-36 in the Senate.  She was not joined by Sen. John Barrasso, R-Wyo., who has previously said in...
CHEYENNE – Colorado communities may provide a model for the state’s northern neighbors in finding ways to increase affordable housing stock.  Cheyenne’s pursuit of housing affordability for people across the income spectrum has led to recent reports and discussion among city leaders and staff.  In...
CHEYENNE – Wyoming continues to make advances in female political representation, adding four more women to the Legislature this election cycle.  Twenty out of 93 legislators who will serve constituents in the upcoming general session will be women, including eight women who were elected to their...
CHEYENNE (WNE) — On Thanksgiving Day, U.S. Sen. John Barrasso, R-Wyo., shared dinner with Wyoming Marines and airmen serving in Okinawa, Japan.  They’re attached to the 3rd (III) Marine Expeditionary Force and Air Force’s 18th Wing, according to a news release from Barrasso’s office.  Barrasso...

Oleksandr Ageyev, left, his wife, Viktoriia Ageyeva, and their 6-year-old daughter, also named Viktoriia. The family relocated to Cheyenne over the summer after fleeing the Russian instigated conflict in Ukraine. (Courtesy photo.)

CHEYENNE —Last month, Oleksandr Ageyev and his family celebrated Halloween for the first time. Oleksandr’s daughter, 6-year-old Viktoriia, got to dress up, and they attended the Cheyenne Police Department’s trunk-or-treat event.  “It was very funny,” Oleksandr said.  Earlier this year, Oleksandr,...
CHEYENNE – A joint resolution that would create a new class of property came out of the Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Revenue Committee this week.  Members of the committee voted to sponsor the resolution and two bills Monday after spending the evening deliberating the best approach for offering...

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