Cathedral home campus photo

One of the residential cabins for the Cathedral Home for Children was in the line of fire last fall when a hunter was shooting at an antelope on the state land nearby. The youth-centered nonprofit was granted its request to institute a closure to discharge of firearms in the 360 acres around the campus by the State Board of Land Commissioners last week.

The State Board of Land Commissioners voted during its meeting last week to approve Laramie’s Cathedral Home for Children’s request for a firearm discharge restriction in the 360 acres of public land creating a horseshoe around the children’s treatment facility.

Nicole Hauser, executive director of the Cathedral Home, said the new ruling was a relief.

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