Amy Richards is News Director for Townsquare Media-Cheyenne. She has many years of experience covering local news and is well known in the state capitol for her Legislative coverage. BA-English State University of New York. My favorite color is pink.
Wyoming Capitol Renovation Will Be Debated During Next Year’s Budget Session
Senate President Sen. Tony Ross (R-Chy), says while some lawmakers may balk at the price tag, proponents of the project will stress the need for the renovation, which would include overhauling the building's electrical, wiring, heating, cooling, and fire suppression.
Energy Share of Wyoming Kicks Off 2013-2014 Season
Cheyenne Light, Fuel & Power spokeswoman Sharon Fain says Energy Share of Wyoming is a nonprofit organization and is a partnership of numerous organizations, utilities and businesses.
Taco John’s Raises Money for Yellow Ribbon Fund
This is the 18th year Taco John’s is offering Nachos Navidad during the holidays and donating a portion of the sales.
Cheyenne Frontier Days Announces Several Night Shows
Cheyenne Frontier Days runs July 18-27, 2014. Frontier Nights tickets go on sale December 7th.
Forest Service Offers New Digital Maps for Mobile Devices
Online customer surveys also indicated a desire for more online products and information, such as maps.
Aspen Grove Trail in Curt Gowdy Closed
Park officials have made the closure for rider safety and to limit damage to the natural resources along the trail system
Yellowstone Extends Comment Period On Commercial Stock Use
The comment period is being extended for an additional 30 days, until January 10, 2014, to give prospective outfitters currently operating in their busy season more time to review the proposed plan.
Wyoming Shortline Railroad Wins Outstanding Performance Award
The Bighorn Divide & Wyoming Railroad interchanges with BNSF at Casper and Bonneville, Wyo.
Workforce Services Releases Report on 2012 Workplace Fatalities, Injuries
Dr. Sewell said the "unique combination of Wyoming’s prevalent industries, its climate and geography create challenges for safe working environments.”
First Lady Collaborates with Students on Book of Wyoming Firsts
rs. Mead said they printed about 10, 000 copies Wyoming Firsts and they hope to distribute copies to county and school libraries across the state, as well as Wyoming first graders.