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Changes to Trash Pickup Scrapped

Hed: City postpones trash pickup changes At a glance Mayor Rick Kaysen announced Wednesday that the city of Cheyenne would "indefinitely postpone" changes to its trash pickup program. The changes would have forced residents in certain neighborhoods to place trash cans on the street, rather than in the alley. The postponement comes after residents and some members of the City Council criticized the changes. CHEYENNE - Mayor Rick Kaysen has decided to "indefinitely postpone" changes to the way ...

Local Briefs

CHEYENNE LCSD1 receives 16-to-1 waiver from state Education Department Laramie County School District 1 was among the 19 school districts in Wyoming recently granted a waiver to the state's mandated ratio of 16 students to one teacher. The mandate covers kindergarten through third-grade classes.

Hospital Lobby to Close for Remodeling Project

Written April 16, 2014 At a glance Cheyenne Regional Medical Center's lobby will close in early May for an extensive facelift. The renovation project will affect access for visitors, patients and employees. CRMC officials have set up several routes to make the changes during renovation as easy as possible. The project should be done by late December and ready for the public shortly after the start of 2015. Online Information about the construction soon will be posted on CRMC's website at www....


Correction A Community Sports Bulletin Board item on page B2 of Tuesday's Wyoming Tribune Eagle misspelled Val Cegelski McLeod's last name as McCleod . The mistake was due to reporter error.

Opening Up Government

Capitol renovation could open up transparency Lawmakers see potential for more streaming audio, video broadcasts of the session, legislative meetings What's next. The Capitol Building Restoration Oversight Group and several legislative committees will meet during the coming months to guide some decisions affecting the renovation. State officials hope to begin major construction on the State Capitol following the 2015 legislative session. CHEYENNE - The planned renovation of the Capitol could ...

Lccc On Right Path with Some Reforms

At a glance When compared to reforms suggested nationally, Laramie County Community College is on many of the right paths. But while progress is ongoing the challenge may be to make sure that reforms continue to move forward as needed. By Aerin Curtis CHEYENNE - Reforms at Laramie County Community College may rely more on willpower than new ideas.

Theater of Terror

Stills pending. Shot of hotel and logo for fest saved in live art and emailed to Angela. If you go What: The Stanley Film Festival featuring new, classic and foreign horror films as well as panel discussions, trivia nights and events, such as a big wheel race.

Little Theatre Unveils Lineup for New Season

No photo 2015 Cheyenne Little Theatre schedule "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas" - Sept. 26-28, Oct. 2-5, 10-12. Mary Godfrey Playhouse, 2706 E. Pershing Blvd. Staged reading: "Moonlight and Magnolias" - Nov. 14-16, Atlas Theatre, 211 W. Lincolnway.

Todo Sports and Family Calendar

Eds: Please nestle this within the calendar Looking for something to do. To help you plan, check out page D3 of the ToDo section. Wednesday - Community Thursday - Energize (sports and active lifestyle) and Family Friday - Nightlife (music and comedy) Saturday - Stage and gallery (dance, theater, art and words) Sunday - Week Highlights If you would like to list your item in the ToDo section, email ToDo@wyomingnews.com or call features editor Jodi Rogstad at 633-3116. Get active Yoga After Work...

Everyone Gives Everyone Gains

We believe everyone can give something to those in need, and when that happens, everyone benefits. That's why we created "Everyone gives, Everyone gains," a continually updated, year-round list of ways you can help people here. For more on this and other ways to help, visit our blog at http://blogs.wyomingnews.com/blogs/ everyonegives/. To add an item to the WTE's "Everyone gives, Everyone gains" list, email Managing Editor Brian Martin at everyonegives@wyomingnews.com or send it to Everyone ...

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