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Wyoming Holiday Celebrations In Full Swing

With the holidays upon us, the City of Wyoming is gearing up for the return of the season’s best-loved events.

Entrepreneurs Win the 2021 Green Business Award

Two Wyoming entrepreneurs, Ron Callahan of Ron’s Bike Garage, LLC and Jay Fridy of Winning Edge Mobile Sharpening, LLC are the winners of the City of Wyoming’s third annual Green Business Award.

City to Move Forward With a Number of Recommendations From DEI...

At the October 25 Committee of the Whole, Wyoming City Manager Rusty Herzog set forth the City’s response to the DEI Task Force report, pledging immediate action on many of their recommendations. 

From Pooches to People, Wyoming Celebrates Halloween in Style

The spooky Halloween weekend in Wyoming included the Howling Pooch Parade on Saturday and Trick-Or-Treating on Sunday.

Special Fairy Garden Brings Magic to Wyoming Neighborhood

Since 2016, kids (and their parents) walking to and from Elm School have had the chance to stop and marvel at a magical fairy garden at the home of Don Burt, 239 Elm.

How Wyoming’s All-Inclusive Playground Came to Be

This $450,000 project will transform Wyoming's Crescent Park playground, which sits steps away from the city’s business district, into a state-of-the-art, all-inclusive playground

Wyoming Community In Action Spoken Word Event Draws Large Crowd on...

In honor of Black Poetry Day on October 17, Wyoming Community in Action (WCIA) held a special event featuring the spoken word on Saturday, Oct. 16.

Junior Women’s Club of Wyoming Hosts Vote Wyo This Week

The Junior Women's Club is hosting Vote Wyo, a meet-and-greet event on Wednesday, Oct. 20 from 6–7 p.m. at the Wyoming Civic Center.

Large Crowds Welcome the Return of the Wyoming Fall Festival

On Saturday, October 2nd, the Wyoming Fall Festival returned after a one year hiatus due to the COVID pandemic. 

City Charter Amendments On The Ballot

When Wyoming residents head to the polls on November 2nd, in addition to City Council and School Board candidates, they will find proposed amendments to the City Charter.