Wyoming to Receive $63 Million Through ‘Build Back Better’ Infrastructure Law
On the heels of the Biden Administration's Build Back Better Infrastructure plan, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that Wyoming will receive more than $60 million for work on wastewater and drinking water infrastructure projects.
Governor Gordon Appoints New Interim State Engineer and Interim Director of Water Development
Governor Gordon announced on Wednesday that he has appointed both an Interim State Engineer and an Interim Director of Water Development.
Oath Keepers, Proud Boys Subpoenaed by Jan. 6 House Panel
The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol insurrection has issued subpoenas to three extremist organizations, including the Proud Boys and the Oath Keepers as well as their leaders.
Anonymous Donor Donates $50,000 to Kelly Walsh and Natrona County High School for Mental Health Services
It was announced at the Natrona County School Board's Trustees Meeting on Tuesday that an anonymous donor has pledged to donate $25,000 to both Kelly Walsh and Natrona County High School for "mental health services."
Do the Time Warp Again: Rocky Horror Picture Show Returned to Casper at Backwards Distilling Co.
Keyhole Peepshow partnered with Backwards Distilling Company to produce the Rocky Horror Picture Show for a one-night double feature in Casper, on October 24.
Natrona County Unemployment Rate Higher Than State-Wide Average
The report noted that the unemployment rate for Natrona County in September 2021 was 3.7% lower than the September 2020 unemployment rate, but it's still higher than the state-wide rate for September.
Casper Pride Receives $10,000 Grant From the Wyoming Community Foundation
Casper Pride recently announced that they are the recipients of grant funding from two separate funds within the Wyoming Community Foundation.
Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Against Mills & Bar Nunn by Casper Star Tribune and Wyoming Press Association
District Court Judge Dan Forgey has dismissed a lawsuit by the Casper Star Tribune and the Wyoming Press Association against the City of Mills and the Town of Bar Nunn regarding ordinances that require "municipal corporations to provide notice of actions, hearings, and information by way of legal notices or publications in newspapers."
Liz Cheney to Ted Cruz: You Swore an Oath to the Constitution, Act Like It
"I know you're posturing for the secessionist vote, Ted," Cheney stated. "But my party, the Republican party, saved the Union. You swore an oath to the Constitution. Act like it."
EXPLAINER: Did Rittenhouse Lawyers Do Enough to Prevail?
Rittenhouse didn't wilt in roughly six hours on the stand as prosecutors worked to portray him as at fault for the violence that night.