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There’s Still Time to Shop! Check Out #WyoFavoriteThings

Visit the #WyoFavoriteThings website to purchase special local products you can pick up while you're out and about.

Rain Doesn’t Dampen Light Up Wyoming

Wet weather early in the day threatened to make for a soggy evening Saturday during the annual Light Up Wyoming event sponsored by the Junior Woman's Club.

Work Begins on Crescent Avenue Homes

For many years families came to the doctor’s offices at the corner of Cooper and Crescent Avenue; soon, homes for seven families will rise on the site.

Tribute Created for Fallen Springdale Police Officer and WHS Grad Kaia...

A local music group has created a special tribute to Kaia Grant, the 2005 WHS grad and former Springdale Police Officer who was killed in the line of duty March 21.

Wyoming Announces Winter Holiday Events – With a Little Tweaking for...

As the winter holidays – and the cold weather approach – it’s time to get creative with holiday plans to maintain community safety while enjoying a little togetherness and holiday spirit.

Wyoming Businesses Honored for Sustainable Practices

In this unprecedented year, the 2020 Wyoming Green Business Award winners are Sally L. Noble Architect, LLC and Sheldon Reder CPAs. 

Creative Residents Deliver Halloween Candy and Smiles to Trick-or-Treaters

After many months of upended celebrations, canceled camps, and other changes to deal with the coronavirus, Wyoming residents were determined to keep the Halloween spirit alive.

Volunteers Clean Up Wyoming’s Rain Garden

Volunteers from Wyoming’s Environmental Stewardship Commission and Urban Forestry & Beautification Commission gathered on a recent Saturday to maintain the rain garden at Wyoming High School.

Take a Look at Wyoming’s Homes From the Baby Boom Era

After World War II, millions of returning GIs were ready to start families and find homes in the growing suburb of Wyoming.

City Launches Search for New Manager

Wyoming City Council has appointed an interim city manager to replace long-term leader Lynn Tetley, who recently announced her decision to retire from her post.