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Safety Expert: Go Over School Route

The Director of Safe Kids Wyoming is advising parents of young children attending school for the first time to rehearse the route their children will be taking.

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Expert Says Kids Safer On A Bus

With school getting ready to start in a few weeks, the director of Safe Kids Wyoming wants parents to know kids are much safer on a school bus than in a private vehicle.

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Summer Safety Tips For Kids

Safe Kids Wyoming and the Wyoming Department of Health are recommending these safety tips for kids during the Summer Months:

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Safe Kids Wyoming Announces “Trunk Or Treat”

Safe Kids Wyoming has announced a "Halloween Safety Event'' Friday night in Cheyenne for kids ages 2-10.

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Seat Check Saturday September 13

Safe Kids Wyoming and the Wyoming Department of Transportation are observing Seat Check Saturday on September 13 to encourage parents to know about the state's law on child safety seats.

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Cheyenne Regional Medical Center Safe Halloween Tips

Travel in small groups and be accompanied by an adult.

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Safe Kids Wyoming Urges Fireworks Safety

The Coordinator for Safe Kids Wyoming and a spokesman for the Wyoming State Fire Marshall's office are reminding people to be careful with fireworks this July 4th.

Stephanie Heitsch of Safe Kids Wyoming says children should never be allowed to play with fireworks and should only be allowed to watch adults use fireworks from a safe distance

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Uinta County Safe Kids Event (Courtesy of Wyoming Highway Patrol)
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Wyoming & Utah Highway Patrol Host Safe Kids Event

The misuse rate of child safety seats is high.  That is why the Wyoming Highway Patrol partnered with Utah Highway Patrol and Safe Kids Uinta County at a recent child safety seat check-up event held in Evanston, Wyoming, at the Bear River Greenway Pavilion.

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