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Help Available During This Uncertain Time

The City of Wyoming announced these services have been made available to residents to help them deal with challenges during this time of mandatory stay-at-home

Gabby’s Café Doing Right by the Planet, Even in the Midst...

Even with all the disruption to normal operating routines, Gabby’s has not been distracted from the big picture and its core values in trying to contribute to sustainable, earth-friendly business practices.

Wyoming Pays Respects to Kaia Grant and Her Family

Wyoming came out in numbers Sunday to honor the life of one of our own who gave the ultimate sacrifice in her service as a police officer in the city of Springdale.

Wyoming Residents Stay Safe and Support Each Other

The global health crisis has changed everyone's lives, affecting how we work, learn, and socialize. Luckily, Wyoming residents are finding ways to connect and stay healthy.

Wyoming Mourns the Loss of WHS Graduate and Springdale Police Officer...

Wyoming’s heart is going out to the family of Wyoming High School graduate and Springdale Police Officer Kaia Grant, who was killed in the line of duty March 21.

Wyoming Effort Aims to Help Local Restaurants and Those Who Need...

Amidst all the dire warnings and stark news of spreading germs and temporary business closures or reduced services, a Wyoming group has offer to deliver meals from local restaurants or essential groceries from Kroger.

Important Update on City of Wyoming’s Response to Coronavirus

In light of recent guidelines for social distancing and local and state measures to combat the spread of coronavirus, the City of Wyoming has taken the following steps to keep residents safe

Civic Center Transformed into International Market for Cultural Collaborative Fair

Sunday, March 8, the community celebrated the city's many cultures at the Wyoming Cultural Collaborative Fair.

James McIlwain – A Concerned (And Active) Citizen

As you stroll along Wyoming Avenue one picturesque spring day, your eyes may fall upon a street bench near 310 Wyoming Avenue: “James McIlwain - A Concerned Citizen”. It begs the question - “Who is he, and why was he concerned?”

Puppets Bring Pinocchio Story to Life

On Sunday, February 23rd, the Madcap Puppets production of Pinocchio entertained the crowd of all ages at the Civic Center, with giant puppets and audience participation woven into the classic tale.