Answering a call from the new president to memorialize pandemic fatalities, church bells rang out over Laramie for 400 seconds on Tuesday. The bells, and their caretaker, have a history.
On inauguration day, all was peaceful at the State Capitol except the gusting Wyoming wind.
Wyoming’s economy has improved over seven months, Gov. Gordon says. A visit to a Casper food bank showed many in Wyoming are still struggling, including newcomers to charity.
Visitors to Wyoming’s statehouse on Jan. 12 were subject to a metal detector and bag search, something Capitol veterans say may be a first outside of dignitaries’ visits.
The majority of the state legislators and many members of the public who attended the start of the 66th Wyoming Legislature in the state Capitol defied Gov. Gordon’s face covering order.