|NE Cheyenne WY Zone Forecast - Argus PressGoogle News / 4 h. 39 min. ago more|
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|Cheyenne Joins Initiative to Identify, Develop Community GoalsKGAB / 9 h. ago more|
The Cheyenne City Council on Monday night approved a resolution joining the city to a community-wide visioning and planning initiative. Continue reading…
|Cheyenne Joins Initiative to Identify, Develop Community Goals - KgabGoogle News / 9 h. 1 min. ago more|
KgabCheyenne Joins Initiative to Identify, Develop Community GoalsKgabThe Cheyenne City Council on Monday night approved a resolution joining the city to a community-wide visioning and planning initiative. Laramie County Community College President Dr. Joe Schaffer told the council that a handful of things, including the ...
|Wyoming's Andrew Wingard Earns MW Player of the Week [VIDEO]KGAB / 9 h. 22 min. ago more|
For the first time this season the Wyoming Cowboys have a Mountain West Player of the Week. Andrew Wingard won Defensive Player of the Week honors Monday. Continue reading…
|Wyoming Players Happy to 'Get the Win' [VIDEOS]KGAB / 10 h. 2 min. ago more|
It wasn’t one of Wyoming’s prettiest wins during the Craig Bohl era, but they found a way to grind out a victory last Saturday night in overtime. Continue reading…
|Affordable housing in Cheyenne set to be complete next spring - KGWNGoogle News / 12 h. 40 min. ago more|
KGWNAffordable housing in Cheyenne set to be complete next springKGWNCHEYENNE, Wyo. (KGWN)- Affordable housing being built on Ridge and Randy Road in Cheyenne is set to be complete early next spring. Developers of the project say there were some delays but they are now, moving forward with construction. Their plan is ...and more »
|Cheyenne man appears in court in connection with officer shooting case - Wyoming TribuneGoogle News / 13 h. 6 min. ago more|
Cheyenne man appears in court in connection with officer shooting caseWyoming TribuneCHEYENNE – A local man made his initial appearance Monday in Laramie County Circuit Court after allegedly shooting a police officer in the foot last week. Joseph Jacquez, 27, was arrested Friday after officers responded to a domestic disturbance call ...
|Grace Dereemer/Cheyenne Central Post Match Comments [VIDEO]KGAB / 13 h. 41 min. ago more|
Grace Dereemer reached the promised land with a state tennis championship in #1 singles. Continue reading…
|Brendan Lock/Cheyenne South Post Match Comments [VIDEO]KGAB / 14 h. ago more|
Brendan Lock of Cheyenne South won the #1 singles championship at the State Tennis Tournament, Continue reading…
|State Tennis 2017 [VIDEO]KGAB / 14 h. 28 min. ago more|
The best tennis players in the gathered in Gillette for the state championships. Continue reading…
|Absentee Voting for LCCC Bond Election Starts ThursdayKGAB / 15 h. 17 min. ago more|
Absentee voting for the November 7 Laramie County Community College bond election begins this Thursday. Continue reading…
|UW Announces Fall Semester Enrollment IncreasesKGAB / 16 h. 52 min. ago more|
After working towards lofty enrollment goals as part of their five-year strategic plan, the University of Wyoming has increased enrollment at the university for the fall 2017 semester. Continue reading…
|Josh Allen’s Weekly Press Conference 9-25-17 [AUDIO]KFBC Radio / 17 h. 10 min. ago more|
by Keith Kelley–25 Sep ’17 Wyoming junior quarterback Josh Allen held his weekly press conference Monday afternoon. Take a listen to what he had to say….. https://www.kfbcradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/9.25.17-JOSH-ALLEN.mp3
|Craig Bohl’s Weekly Press Conference 9-25-17 [AUDIO]KFBC Radio / 17 h. 16 min. ago more|
by Keith Kelley–25 Sep ’17 Wyoming head football coach Craig Bohl held his weekly press conference Monday afternoon. Hear what he had to say…… https://www.kfbcradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/9.25.17-CRAIG-BOHL.mp3
|Wyoming Gasoline Prices Continue to FallKGAB / 17 h. 20 min. ago more|
Average retail gasoline prices in Wyoming have fallen 2.7 cents per gallon in the past week. Continue reading…
|Cheyenne Hospital Wins Information Technology AwardKGAB / 18 h. 22 min. ago more|
This is the fourth year CRMC has won the award. Continue reading…
|Enchanting Wyoming Fall Colors Video Will Soothe Your SoulKGAB / 19 h. 13 min. ago more|
As we leave the summer of 2017 behind us there is the anticipation of seeing Wyoming's fall colors in all their stunning glory. This amazing video shows us what we were missing. Continue reading…
|5 Helpful Wyoming Highway Ice Capades TipsKGAB / 19 h. 32 min. ago more|
For those who do not wish to participate in the upcoming Wyoming Ice Capades we offer the following simple rules. Continue reading…
|Casper Man Arrested After Allegedly Picking Children Up From School While DrunkKGAB / 19 h. 39 min. ago more|
The children were taken into protective custody and released to the Wyoming Department of Family Services. Continue reading…
|Wyoming Health Officials Asking For InputKGAB / 19 h. 49 min. ago more|
A series of meetings around the state is planned, with dates and locations to be announced in coming weeks. Continue reading…
|Playful and poetic: The children of the Cheyenne River Reservation - Washington PostGoogle News / 20 h. 24 min. ago more|
Washington PostPlayful and poetic: The children of the Cheyenne River ReservationWashington PostFrom June 12 to July 18 of this year, The Washington Post partnered with Visura in an open call for submissions of photo essays. The Post selected three winners out of more than 200 submissions. We are presenting the first winner today here on In Sight ...
|Cheyenne Regional Medical Center Receives National Information Technology AwardKFBC Radio / 20 h. 37 min. ago more|
CRMC 9-25-17 Cheyenne Regional Medical Center (CRMC) has been recognized as one of “Health Care’s Most Wired®” hospitals for the fourth consecutive year. CRMC is one of four stand-alone hospitals in Wyoming and one of 461 hospitals or health systems in the nation to receive the award for 2017. HealthCare’s Most Wired® survey is conducted each year by Hospitals & Health Networks (HHN) and the American Hospital Association (AHA). The survey examines how organizations are leveraging information technology (IT) to improve hospital and health system performance. “The survey really digs into an organization’s level of IT adoption, sophistication, security, overall usefulness and disaster preparedness,” said Jody Siltzer, CRMC’s information technology officer/IT executive director. “We are not a big hospital compared to many others in the country who have won this award, but we are just as sophisticated in many ways. We have a great IT team here, and we are ranking nationally with some of the best hospitals in the country. That’s something we are very proud of.” Most Wired hospitals are selected based on their achievements and competencies in four focus areas: infrastructure; business and administrative management; clinical quality and safety; and clinical integration. Requirements in all four areas must be met for an organization to achieve Most Wired status. “Security and disaster recovery are areas that we score very well on year after year,” Siltzer said. “Cybersecurity in particular is always on our minds. We have invested quite a bit to keep our systems safe with in-house expertise and external consultants.” The survey also determines if a hospital is using technology in meaningful ways that improve patient outcomes, protect patient information, improve patient-provider communication and prepare the hospital for the future of healthcare. “Our system’s health information tools and technology make it easier for patients and providers to interact, thus improving communication, safety and patient-provider relationships,” Siltzer said. “We are proud of the gains we’ve made in these areas, especially over the past six years. The end result of implementing these tools and teaching our community how to use them is overall better patient care.” In 2017 the Most Wired survey had 698 participants representing an estimated 2,158 hospitals. This is the 19th year that the survey has been conducted. “The Most Wired recognition demonstrates the excellence we strive for at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center and our affiliated medical groups,” Siltzer said. “While we don’t do this to win awards and trophies, it’s certainly nice for our health system and our IT Department to be recognized in this way.” National Results According to the survey, Most Wired hospitals nationwide are using smart phones, telehealth and remote monitoring to create more ways for patients to access healthcare services and capture health information. This year’s results show: 76 percent offer secure messaging with clinicians on mobile devices. When patients need ongoing monitoring at home, 74 percent use secure e-mails for patients and families to keep in touch with the care team. 68 percent simplify prescription renewals by letting patients make requests on mobile devices. 62 percent add data reported by patients to the electronic health record to get a better picture of what is going on with the patient. Nearly half of the hospitals are using telehealth to provide behavioral health services to more patients. 40 percent offer virtual physician visits. More than 40 percent provide real-time care management services to patients at home for diabetes and congestive heart failure. CRMC is among those hospitals that offer secure messaging, data compilation and the use of telehealth and virtual physician visits. Hospitals across the country have also increased their use of sophisticated IT monitoring systems to detect patient privacy breaches, monitor for malicious activities or policy violations and produce real-time analysis of security alerts. Survey results show: 97 percent use intrusion detection systems. 96 percent perform data access audits. Nearly 90 percent run targeted phishing exercises to teach employees to question suspicious emails. CRMC is also among those hospitals that use intrusion detection, perform data audits and train employees on how to identify phishing emails that can compromise security. “The Most Wired hospitals are using every available technology option to create more ways to reach their patients in order to provide access to care,” said AHA President and CEO Rick Pollack. “They are transforming care delivery, investing in new delivery models in order to improve quality, provide access and control costs.” Detailed results of the survey and study can be found in the July issue of H&HN. A full list of winners is available at www.hhnmag.com About the American Hospital Association The AHA is a not-for-profit association of healthcare provider organizations and individuals that are committed to the improvement of health in their communities. The AHA is the national advocate for its members, which include nearly 5,000 hospitals, healthcare systems, networks and other providers of care. Founded in 1898, the AHA provides education for healthcare leaders and is a source of information on health care issues and trends. For more information, visit www.aha.org.
|Man Arrested after Shooting OfficerKFBC Radio / 20 h. 48 min. ago more|
CPD 9-25-17 The Cheyenne Police Department has arrested Joseph Jacquez, 27, of Cheyenne following an officer being shot at Jacquez’s residence, 935 W. 6th St. The CPD responded to a domestic disturbance at that location at about 5:20 p.m. on September 22. Officers were informed the suspect was armed and the officers were carrying their rifles as they responded. Jacquez initially approached officers outside of the house. Officers attempted to apprehend Jacquez and Jacquez tried to retreat into the house, pulling a CPD officer along with him. CPD officers followed Jacquez into the residence and attempted to detain Jacquez. During the struggle, Jacquez manipulated a CPD rifle which an officer was carrying by pulling on it and firing it. The rifle was fired several times and another officer, Lt. Keslar, was shot in the foot. Nobody else was injured during the encounter. Lt. Keslar was transported to CRMC for treatment and released. Jacquez’s wife indicated Jacquez had physically struck her several times, including kicking her in the thigh, which prompted her to call 911. Jacquez was arrested for domestic battery, disarming a police officer and aggravated assault on a police officer. This case remains under investigation by the Cheyenne Police Department.
|The Crooked Cup opens fifth coffee bar in Cheyenne - Wyoming TribuneGoogle News / 1 d. 0 h. 49 min. ago more|
Wyoming TribuneThe Crooked Cup opens fifth coffee bar in CheyenneWyoming TribuneCHEYENNE – The Crooked Cup is a new coffee bar in Cheyenne whose owner is focused on serving the freshest coffee and food possible. Gabe Armstrong owns the coffee shop at 1611 Carey Ave., which is his fifth Crooked Cup location. He operates four ...
|Big Brothers Big Sisters gearing up for annual bed raceCheyenne News / 1 d. 7 h. 39 min. ago more|
Big Brothers Big Sisters is gearing up for their 2nd annual bed race. A team of five adults or youth are invited to drag race down 19th street and Capitol Ave in Cheyenne.
|Cheyenne rider wins BULLc titleCheyenne News / 1 d. 14 h. 16 min. ago more|
Clint McCrea takes his second ride of the night during the BULLc Finals Saturday but wasn't able to score any points on either out. The 2017 season ended on a up note for Thom Newsome, and it was a positive note the Cheyenne, Wyo, bull rider sorely needed.
|Keeping up with 'Squirrel' on Cheyenne's Rally - San Angelo LIVE!Google News / 1 d. 22 h. 56 min. ago more|
Concho valley homepageKeeping up with 'Squirrel' on Cheyenne's RallySan Angelo LIVE!“When she was sick, we took Cheyenne all over the country finding treatment,” Roy said of his family's efforts to find a cure for his daughter. She was diagnosed with a brain tumor of a rare kind of cancer at age 11 and given just months to live. She ...Bikers Ride for "Cheyenne's Rally"Concho valley homepageall 2 news articles »
|Cheyenne residents come together to raise money for children with cancer - Wyoming TribuneGoogle News / 2 d. 0 h. 50 min. ago more|
Wyoming TribuneCheyenne residents come together to raise money for children with cancerWyoming TribuneKate Collins, of Yoder, Wyo., smiles while getting her head shaved during the annual fundraiser for the St. Baldrick's Foundation at the Elks Lodge in downtown Cheyenne on Saturday, September 23, 2017. Volunteers and guests had their heads shaved to ...
|Music honoring veterans in CheyenneCheyenne News / 2 d. 7 h. 55 min. ago more|
A performer who raises money to help veterans has included Cheyenne in her national tour. Ashley Wineland became known in the southwestern music scene with her patriotic song, "Red White and Blue."
|Music honoring veterans in Cheyenne - KGWNGoogle News / 2 d. 9 h. 52 min. ago more|
KGWNMusic honoring veterans in CheyenneKGWNCHEYENNE, Wyo. (KGWN) - A performer who raises money to help veterans has included Cheyenne in her national tour. Ashley Wineland became known in the southwestern music scene with her patriotic song, "Red White and Blue." It honors the men and ...
|Man arrested after shooting Cheyenne officerCheyenne News / 2 d. 14 h. 30 min. ago more|
The Cheyenne Police Department has arrested Joseph Jacquez, 27, of Cheyenne following an officer being shot at Jacquez's residence, 935 W. 6th St. The CPD responded to a domestic disturbance at that location at about 5:20 p.m. on September 22. Officers were informed the suspect was armed and the officers were carrying their rifles as they responded. Jacquez initially approached officers outside of the house.
|UW Native American Center sets grand opening dateCheyenne News / 3 d. 8 h. 3 min. ago more|
When James Trosper was first appointed to the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees in 2002 by then-Gov. Jim Geringer, one of the first tasks Trosper undertook was listening to the needs of students from the Wind River Indian Reservation. From those discussions, one topic kept arising: the need for their own Native American center at UW to share community, a staple of students' culture.
|Laramie Holds of Central at Riske FieldKFBC Radio / 3 d. 8 h. 15 min. ago more|
by Keith Kelley–22 Sep ’17 The Central Indians moved the football up and down the field Friday night, but three costly turnovers hurt the Indians in a 23-13 loss at home to Laramie. After a scoreless first quarter, the Plainsmen struck first, when Jason Upton ran it in from 11 yards out, and Laramie led 6-0 after they missed the extra point. Central responded quickly, as quarterback Dawson Macleary connected with Niko Bostic from 20 yards out, and the extra point made it 7-6 Indians. The Plainsmen came right back, when QB Nathan Burman hit Chad Browning for an eight yard score, and the two point conversion made it 14-7 Laramie. After an interception by Central’s Ty Langley, the Indians would get a score on the final play of the first half, as Macleary hit Bostic again, from 29 yards out to make it 14-13. Central would go for two, and miss the converstion, and trailed by one at the half. Central received the second half kick, and took it right down the field. Macleary had Bostic wide open in the endzone, but the ball popped off of Bostic’s shoulder pads and into the hands of Upton. Upton would pick off another pass in the endzone, as the score was still 14-13 Laramie heading to the fourth quarter. Central punter Nico Vite pinned the Plainsmen back inside the one-yard line, and after two false start penalties on Laramie, Burman dialed up a huge play. He hit Browning on a 99 yards scoring play that gave the Plainsmen a 21-13 lead. Later in the fourth, deep in their own territory, Vite was on to punt again, but this time the snap sailed over his head and through the endzone for a safety, making the score 23-13. Macleary was 13-23 for 226 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions. Bostic caught five balls for 124 yards and two scores. Adarius Gallon ran it for 102 yards on 20 carries, while Connor Lockhorn had 87 yards on six carries. Central’s Langley had a fumble recover to go along with his interception, while Dylan Miller also had a pick. The Indians fall to 1-4 on the year, while Laramie is now 2-3. Other scores: 4A #1 Sheridan 30 Kelly Walsh 7 #2 Natrona County 14 #3 Cheyenne East 7 #5 Rock Springs 39 Cheyenne South 13 Thunder Basin 47 Campbell County 0 2A Moorcroft 28 Burns 0 1A #2 Pine Bluffs 51 Tongue River 6
|Officer Shot During Domestic Disturbance CallKFBC Radio / 3 d. 8 h. 52 min. ago more|
CPD 9-22-17 A Cheyenne Police Department officer is recovering after being shot while responding to a call of a domestic disturbance at 935 W. 6 St. The CPD responded to that location at about 5:20 p.m. on September 22. During a scuffle with the suspect, a firearm was discharged, striking an officer in the foot. The suspect in the disturbance, Joseph Jacquez, 26, of Cheyenne is in CPD custody. Nobody else was injured during the encounter. The injured officer was transported to CRMC for treatment and is in stable condition. This case remains under investigation by the Cheyenne Police Department.
|CPD Employees Painting Over GraffitiKFBC Radio / 3 d. 8 h. 55 min. ago more|
CPD 9-22-17 The Cheyenne Police Department offers a Graffiti Abatement Program free of charge to the citizens of the City of Cheyenne in an effort to help eradicate graffiti on private and public city property. A report of graffiti can be made at any time by calling our hotline at 307-633-6641 or by submitting a report online at cheyennepd.org. Please be advised that if the graffiti is on private property, the property owner must provide authorization prior to the graffiti being painted. This waiver can be filled out on our website, or printed and mailed to the Cheyenne Police Department. All requests should be submitted by October 6th to allow time for the graffiti to be painted prior to winter weather coming to Cheyenne. Requests made after this date will be kept on record and completed once the weather permits. When submitting a request, please include as much information about the area and the graffiti to better facilitate locating and covering the graffiti. Paint options to cover graffiti are limited to white and gray. For additional questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Tips Needed on Airgas Burglary CaseKFBC Radio / 3 d. 9 h. ago more|
CPD 9-22-17 The Cheyenne Police Department is investigating a burglary at Airgas, 310 Cleveland Pl., which occurred on August 3rd. An unknown suspect entered the shop at night and stole equipment including several welders. The suspect used an ATV to travel to and from the business. If you have information about this or any other crime, call Crime Stoppers Silent Witness at 638-TIPS or go to www.silentwitnesslaramiecounty.com. You will remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000.00. The caller I.D. system is not installed on the Silent Witness phone lines.
|Requests to "Save the Bell" now being accepted by City of CheyenneCheyenne News / 3 d. 12 h. 30 min. ago more|
A project has been going on for several months to raise money to move and restore a historic bell sitting outside Johnson Pool. The project has been deemed as "Save the Bell."
|Cheyenne Firefighters shed their coats for Coats for KidsCheyenne News / 3 d. 12 h. 30 min. ago more|
Cheyenne Firefighters and Black Dog Animal Rescue have teamed up to introduce the first ever firefighters calendar for our area. The calendar features firefighters from Cheyenne Fire and Rescue alongside adoptable dogs from BDAR.
|Cheyenne Firefighters shed their coats for Coats for Kids - KGWNGoogle News / 3 d. 14 h. 22 min. ago more|
KGWNCheyenne Firefighters shed their coats for Coats for KidsKGWNCHEYENNE, Wyo. (RELEASE) - Cheyenne Firefighters and Black Dog Animal Rescue (BDAR) have teamed up to introduce the first ever firefighters calendar for our area. The calendar features firefighters from Cheyenne Fire and Rescue alongside ...Cheyenne Firefighters Shed Their Coats for 'Coats for Kids'Kgaball 2 news articles »
|Wyoming CB’s Coach John Richardson Talks Cowboy Football on the SportsZone [AUDIO]KFBC Radio / 3 d. 18 h. 18 min. ago more|
by Keith Kelley–22 Sep ’17 The Wyoming Cowboys open up Mountain West play tomorrow (Saturday) night in Laramie, as they host Hawaii. Cowboy cornerback’s coach John Richardson was on the SportsZone Thursday evening to talk Wyoming football. https://www.kfbcradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/9.18.17-JOHN-RICHARDSON.mp3
|Former Poke, Current Buffalo Bill, Eddie Yarbrough on the SportsZoneKFBC Radio / 3 d. 18 h. 25 min. ago more|
by Keith Kelley–22 Sep ’17 Former Wyoming Cowboy Eddie Yarbrough is having a nice start to the season for the Buffalo Bills. Yarbrough was on the SportsZone Thursday afternoon. https://www.kfbcradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/9.21.17-EDDIE-YARBROUGH.mp3
|United Way of Laramie County is having the third annual Halloween Costume DriveCheyenne News / 3 d. 21 h. 37 min. ago more|
United Way's Emerging Leaders put together the third annual Halloween Costume drive. They are collecting costumes throughout the community to give back to those in need within the community.
|It'll Cost Just $24 Billion To Build A Denver-To-Wyoming HyperloopCheyenne News / 4 d. 6 h. 41 min. ago more|
In the coming weeks, Hyperloop One-a startup that's furthest along in developing the futuristic transportation network-will begin a feasibility study with the Colorado Department of Transportation to determine what's needed to actually build the system. One of the study's aims is to develop a business case for a 360-mile route between Colorado and Wyoming that'll cost an estimated $24 billion to construct, according to documents obtained by Jalopnik through a public records request.
|An organization in Cheyenne is prepping young professionals to be leadersCheyenne News / 4 d. 10 h. 50 min. ago more|
Chairman of the group Will Luna says their goal is to get young professionals in Cheyenne engaged in the community. He says the group focuses on, "How to build professional resources in people so that they stay in Cheyenne."
|City prepares snow removal equipmentCheyenne News / 4 d. 13 h. 6 min. ago more|
Summer has wrapped up, and with the fall season in Wyoming, it usually means cooler temperatures and sometimes even snow are on the way! In order to be fully prepared, Cheyenne Street and Alley spent the morning of Thursday, September 21 getting their snow removal equipment ready for whatever snow storm may come Cheyenne's way. Street and Alley Director Bill Obermeier says at the end of September, it's important for them to make sure workers are familiarized with the equipment and that equipment parts are repaired and operating properly.
|Concerns for new frontload trucks and dump containersCheyenne News / 4 d. 17 h. 35 min. ago more|
The City of Cheyenne has been in the process of incorporating more commercial waste frontload trucks and containers for the past three years. They currently have three and have plans for an additional truck in the upcoming year.
|Capitol renovation lawsuit assessed by Wyoming Supreme CourtCheyenne News / 5 d. 4 h. 59 min. ago more|
The Wyoming Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday over whether a former state lawmaker and a resident can proceed with their lawsuit alleging state officials have mismanaged a $300 million project to renovate the state Capitol complex in Cheyenne. The main issue before the high court was whether former state Rep. Gerald Gay, a Republican from Casper, and Evanston resident Karl Allred had legal cause to sue the state.