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Women in Wyoming Fire & EMS Department Serve Despite Dangers Because They Love the Job

Three women firefighters explain here why they love the job and how they stay safe.

Wyoming Mourns the Loss of WHS Graduate and Springdale Police Officer Kaia Grant

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.

Good Clean Fun at the Muddy Pig

It’s July 4. It’s hot. It’s humid. So what do you do? You get down in the mud and over the obstacles at the Muddy Pig Fun Run, of course!

New Program Offers a Warm Welcome to Wyoming’s Newest (and Youngest) Residents

New this month, Wyoming Fire & EMS will add another warm greeting to the list: Welcome Home Wyoming Baby!

Sunshine and Lots of Eggs Make for Happy Hunting at Annual Easter Egg Hunt

Oak Park was awash in colored eggs and happy kids last weekend as hundreds of families took part in the Wyoming Police Association’s 42nd Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Oak Park.

Fire Chief Jim Benken Remembered

James “Jim” Benken, who served Wyoming since 1966 with the Fire & EMS Department, was remembered this week for his dedication in a memorial service at the Wyoming Fire Department.

Wyoming Police Department Promotes Two Officers to Sergeants

Wyoming's small town police force recognized the advances of two of its own on February 21st when Brooke Brady and Jeffrey Banker were sworn in as Sergeants

Wyoming Fire & EMS Offers Child Seat Installation Help

Wyoming Fire & EMS Department offers a certified car seat installer who can make sure your child rides safely

Wyoming Scouts Meet Mayor, Police Chief

Cub Scouts from Dens 5 and 6 in Wyoming’s Pack 82 met with Wyoming Mayor Barry Porter and Chief of Police Rusty Herzog in the City Council chambers to complete some of their requirements for earning their Wolf badges. The Scouts listened attentively as Porter gave an overview of how the city is run by city council and the city...

Fourth of July in Wyoming: The Muddy Pig

Mother Nature cooperated with the organizers of Wyoming's 2016 Muddy Pig to make the course extra mucky. Fans of the mud turned out to climb rope ladders and walls, run through bogs, crawl through pipes, and tackle towers of hay bales. Those who didn't want to get muddy still had the chance to enjoy plenty of food, music and fun.