he Wyoming Bicycle and Pedestrian Task Force is recommending a series of ideas to improve bike, car and walking safety. Some of those suggestions are to develop a standards and training curriculum for bicycling and walking enforcement for police officers. They also recommend that WYDOT test a high-power air-blower method to clear the shoulders of debris that could be a hazard.
The seed library in Cheyenne is a not only a place you can check out seeds, but also learn how to garden. The next educational program is Saturday, January 20 from 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm in the story time room at the Laramie County Library. Here you will learn about Winter Seed Sowing and plants that can survive in Wyoming's climate
In our monthly series with Cheyenne Fire and Rescue, Byron Mathews gives us advice on staying safe in the winter months. Some things Byron went over are checking on your elderly neighbors, making sure you don't leave candles and space heaters unattended and how to stay injury free when it snows.
Cheyenne residents celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King's life and his message with a march through downtown. It started at the Depot Plaza before heading down to the State Capitol. Once there, a remembrance ceremony was held. Participants say it's important to remember Dr. King, as well as many others who have fought for civil rights.