Cheyenne, Wyo. – The former chief executive of a power company says his business experience makes him the strongest candidate in the race to be Cheyenne's next mayor. Rick Kaysen is the retired CEO of Cheyenne Light, Fuel and Power. The company services southeast Wyoming.
"A lot of people will perhaps not agree with this, but I think city municipal government is similar to business," Kaysen said. "The foundation of both the energy industry I was in and the city government is service," he added.
Cheyenne, Wyo. – Wyoming Sen. Jayne Mockler is recovering from surgery to treat pneumonia that resulted from a fall she took while campaigning for the office of Cheyenne mayor.
State Sen. Kathy Sessions says Mockler, a Democrat from Laramie County, underwent surgery Sunday at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center. Sessions is a friend of Mockler and a volunteer in Mockler's mayoral campaign.
Wyoming – The relationship between state agencies and their federal counterparts has sunk to an all-time low. Wyoming officials say many of their complaints are lost on deaf ears in Washington. Matt Laslo reports from Capitol Hill.
Wyoming – Retired people are a reliable demographic. They consistently go to the polls and vote on the issues that affect them. We talked to some retired voters this week, first in the farming community of Pine Bluffs, and then in the university town of Laramie. Elsa Partan reports.