Our Cheyenne news staff. Amy Richards is news director, with reporting from Doug Randall, Kari Eakins, Karen Snyder, Daniel Sandoval, Sharon Fain and Ahren Broad.
Cheyenne News Staff
UPDATE: Blizzard Warning Continues Through Thursday
The National Weather Service says that blizzard conditions will continue through the night in southeast Wyoming and the Nebraska Panhandle.
Blizzard Closes Roads Closed Across the Area
Interstate 80 from near Rock Springs east into the Nebraska Panhandle is closed. I-25 from the Colorado border north to Buffalo, Wyoming is closed.
Much of I-80 in Wyoming Remains Closed Thursday
WYDOT reports that much of Interstate 80 remains closed in Wyoming Thursday because of blowing and drifting snow, and strong winds.
The Sweetheart Stampers Make Valentines Special in Loveland
If you’d like to join and help, forget it. Their waiting list over 10 years old with more than 80 waiting to join The Sweetheart Stampers.
UW Strengthen’s Ties With Nepal
There are now 45 students from Nepal enrolled at UW, the fourth highest total behind China, India, and Saudi Arabia.
DWS Vocational Rehabilitation Services Impacted by Federal Government Shutdown
The program assists people with disabilities establish and reach vocational goals that help them become productive working citizens.
U.W. Announces Change In Homecoming Parade Route
he parade will now travel south on Third Street rather than Second Street, as was previously announced.
Locations For Regional Summits Announced
The Wyoming Department of Education and the State Board of Education announced locations for their regional summits on the Wyoming Accountability in Education Act. department of education spokesman Tom Lacock says Wyoming’s Summit on Education Accountability is a series of meetings offering answers …
Yellowstone National Park Finalizes New Winter Use Plan
John Wessels, the National Park Service Intermountain regional director, signed a Record of Decision on Thursday for the Winter Use Plan/Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement.
Lubnau: Asks for Special Investigatory Committee on Education Department
Rep. Tom Lubnau is also requesting that the Management Council appoint the House Rules Committee as the special investigatory panel,
Judge Denies Preliminary Injunction in Hill Lawsuit
A district judge in Cheyenne has rejected state schools Superintendent Cindy Hill's request to have her powers and duties immediately restored. Judge Thomas Campbell on Wednesday refused to issue a preliminary injunction in a lawsuit Hill has filed challenging the constitutionality of her job c…