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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.

Rusty Herzog Named City Manager after Nationwide Search

On July 22 Wyoming City Council announced that Acting City Manager Rusty Herzog was hired as the new City Manager for Wyoming

Special Use Designation Sought for Stearns House after Potential B&B Proposed

Wyoming City Council will hold a public hearing July 19 on a proposal to permit the property at 333 Oliver Road (known as the Stearns House) to operate as an owner-occupied bed and breakfast.

Upcycling: The Environmental Supplement to Junk Day

Junk Day returns to the springtime in Wyoming, after being postponed due to COVID in 2020. But last year also saw the rousing success of the city’s first Upcycle Day, and organizers hope to build on that this time around.

Freebox Free-For-All is Back April 10-11!

Before you put everything at the curb later this month for Junk Day, take advantage of the Freebox Free-For-All, an event hosted on April 10-11 by the Wyoming OH Freebox Facebook group

Mary Benken Marks Fifty Years at Wyoming Florist

This Easter will mark Mary Benken’s 50th anniversary at Wyoming Florist, the business the Benken family founded and Mary took over in 1987.

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. 

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 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.

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.