Laramie, WY – Wyoming Democrats say they're not impressed with the GOP's decision to move its 2008 presidential caucus to early January.
Wyoming Republicans challenged political tradition when they pushed their presidential caucus to January 5th last Saturday. The move will likely force political powerhouses like Iowa and New Hampshire to make a decision: flirt with dates in late 2007, or lose their place atop the primary calendar.
Laramie, WY – Two years ago, Hurricane Katrina swept through the Gulf Coast and destroyed Ginny Warren's home. Now, Warren is busy rebuilding her life with her son in a small town near the Wind River Indian Reservation. She recently opened a New Orleans style restaurant with the help of her son, and she has slowly adjusted to western life.
I love it. I didn't think you could find people nicer than what you have in the south, but guess what, the West is incredible, Warren says.
Laramie, WY – Cheyenne's use of wastewater for keeping athletic fields green should be repeated by other cities in Wyoming and beyond. That's according to the Environmental Protection Agency, which has granted a regional award to the city for its effort. Ron Hill oversees federal grants for improving water quality at the EPA. He says other cities should take a look at Cheyenne's new system that purifies waste water for use on golf courses, ball fields and parks.