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Deibert chosen to lead Wyoming Air National Guard

CHEYENNE – Col. Barry F. Deibert has been chosen as the next commander of the Wyoming Air National Guard’s 153rd Airlift Wing. He will assume command June 13.

City to host meeting for firefighter bargaining via teleconference

CHEYENNE – A special meeting of the city of Cheyenne’s governing body is scheduled for 6 p.m. today for collective bargaining with the firefighters.

Laramie County government makes changes due to coronavirus

CHEYENNE – Laramie County government officials are making changes to daily operations in an effort to limit exposure of the public and county personnel during the next two to four weeks in an effort to combat the spread of COVID-19.

City, state create webpages for coronavirus updates

CHEYENNE – Both the state of Wyoming and the city of Cheyenne have created webpages to provide updates and information on the COVID-19 outbreak.

WDOC implements new prison procedures in response to COVID-19

CHEYENNE – The Wyoming Department of Corrections has developed plans to maintain the health and safety of prison staff members, those incarcerated and the public in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Wyoming Democrats add vote-and-go location in Cheyenne for presidential caucus

CHEYENNE – The Laramie County Democratic Party has added a vote-and-go location in Cheyenne for its drop-off voting March 28 and April 4 as part of the state’s Democratic presidential caucus.

Man steals TV from store, leads police on high-speed chase

CHEYENNE – A 27-year-old Cheyenne man was arrested by police late Tuesday night after stealing a television from a local store and then leading them on a high-speed chase that ended in a single-vehicle crash.

Supreme Court issues order recommending suspending in-person proceedings

CHEYENNE – Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice Michael Davis issued an emergency order Wednesday asking all circuit and district courts to suspend in-person proceedings in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

State school nurse “could have been very useful” during Wyoming's COVID-19 response

CHEYENNE – As Wyoming’s local and state education officials grapple with how to handle a global pandemic, a new state law has the potential to aid in future crises.

Laramie County now has 3 confirmed COVID-19 cases

Editor's note: This story has been updated to reflect the correct number of COVID-19 cases in Laramie County and statewide as of its original publication date. The error was due to misinformation being reported about COVID-19 cases from different sources.…

Olympic leaders back IOC's Tokyo stance after rare criticism

GENEVA – Regional Olympic officials are rallying around the IOC and have backed its stance on opening the Tokyo Games as scheduled, as direct criticism from gold medalist athletes built amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Cheyenne airport indefinitely suspends commercial flights starting in early April

CHEYENNE – Due to concerns about the spread of the coronavirus and dropping global demand for travel, Cheyenne Regional Airport has indefinitely suspended daily commercial flights to Dallas starting April 7.
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