Updated: 14 hours ago|
Things are getting a little bit more damp and uncertain weatherwise, so, of course, we decided to send Carl Rippy out to the Plaza along with our Valeria Fugate to check in with us from downtown Cheyenne.
Megan Reid Master Chef contestant -LIVE cooking segment- Wyoming News Now at 5:30 am - VOD - clipped version
Updated: 16 hours ago|
Alright, welcome back today we have a special guest who is not only cooking up something good but is also getting chubby with Gordon Ramsay. So Hi, this is Megan Reid. Hi, thank you so much for having me. So what can you tell us about this cooking competition gives a little bit of the background of how you got started in Wyoming. How did you start cooking? and how did you get started on Gordon Ramsay’s show?
Updated: Jun. 6, 2023 at 12:35 PM CDT|
Target has been facing a backlash about their Pride Month display across the nation. And now it’s touched Cheyenne as well. We talked to folks about the incident and how it impacted our community. (From the recorded incident) “Nazis in Germany, too,” said Donald Crerar. Right... I don’t... I’m not a Nazi,” said a Target clerk.
Updated: Jun. 4, 2023 at 2:22 PM CDT|
Childcare has been a growing problem nationwide. The pandemic highlighted the importance of the cornerstone of early childcare and education, which places a fundamental role in making society work. There’s an immediate childcare gap of 5000 spots in Wyoming, and the potential need for childcare placement in Wyoming is over 25,000.
Updated: Jun. 4, 2023 at 2:00 PM CDT|
Laramie County School District 1 announces its participation in the federally funded summer food service program. ”There are so many kids that utilize our breakfast and lunch programs through the school year. I mean, you look at how many... even our dinner programs. You look at how many meals a kid get from school on any given week, even if they are getting breakfast and lunch. Thats ten meals out of 21 meals a week thats a lot of meals. And the fact that they might not have access to that in the summer,” said Ashley Roth, Nutrition Program Administrator-LCSD1.
New State Museum display bridges culture, art and diversity-sotvosot-Cheyenne News Now at 5:30 pm - VOD - clipped version
Updated: Jun. 4, 2023 at 1:07 PM CDT|
The State Museum is opening up a new display that bridges the worlds of culture, art and diversity. “The style of the photographs draws you in. You don’t have anything to distract you. And then as you go into the QR codes on some of these, you can listen to the dancer of that dance that you’re looking at explained their dance and how’s it’s meaningful to them,” said Dr. Jeb Schenck, Photographer, The Pow Wow Dancer of the Wind River.