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.

Wyoming Announces 2020 Beautification Awards

The City of Wyoming has doled out its annual beautification awards, recognizing nine homes this year for extraordinary efforts in urban forestry, landscaping and historic preservation.

Wyoming Flocked to Upcycle Day and Freebox

A total of 29,020 pounds, or 14.51 tons was salvaged by residents through the one-day Upcycle event.

Before Junk Day, How About Upcycle Day?

On September 11, the day before Junk Day pickup, the city is hosting its first Upcycle Day. Thanks to partnerships with Reuse Center, Junk King, and Goodwill, residents will be able to drop off items at the lot across from Gabby’s Café

City Government and Volunteer Commissions Outlined

Questions about the function of local government bodies have been circulating recently after misinformation spread in some parts of Wyoming regarding how local commissions are formed and how they operate.

Wyoming Celebrates the 2020 Fourth of July with Fireworks

Wyoming Celebrates the 2020 Fourth of July with Fireworks

Fitness in the Fresh Air 

Outdoor exercise holds a unique appeal in this age of social distancing.

Community Joins in Vigil of Solidarity and Awareness

Roughly 200 people gathered in Oak Park on June 19 to listen to local leaders, youth, and community members speak about racial injustice and promote solidarity.

Fireworks Test Will Include 8 Minute, 46 Second Pause In Honor of George Floyd

Monday's fireworks test will include one significant addition: an 8 minute, 46 second pause in honor of George Floyd.

City Work Crews Have PPE, Thanks to Sewing Talents of Local Business Owner

Thanks to the consideration of local business owner Dina Jacquemin of Sew Many Things, Wyoming's Public Works Crew have personal protective equipment in the form of fabric face masks to keep them safe.