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“Why would you skip an entire block?” asked Brian Snyder of Bohemian Metals.  He was referring to the 17th Street lighting project in downtown Cheyenne.  Strings of lights stretch across 17th Street from Warren Avenue to Carey Avenue.  There are no lights between Carey and Pioneer Avenue. Th…

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The Mayor and the President of the City Council disagree on a number of issues, but they both support the expanded season of the Cheyenne Civic Center.  The Civic Center increased its season from 6-7 shows a year to more than 80.

Girls on the Run Wyoming Fall 5K being held at Laramie County Community College campus in Cheyenne on Saturday, November 16. Participation in the 5K event is open to the public and all proceeds from the event will benefit Girls on the Run Wyoming.

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Mary’s Mountain Cookies has become a popular Cheyenne go-to for parties, classrooms, and family outings in the six short months since they opened their doors. Because they always have a wide variety of cookie flavors and styles, as well as keto and gluten free choices, “Everybody can get wha…

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The 90th Missile Wing Airman Leadership School held a graduation ceremony at the Trail’s End Event Center at the Air Force Base to honor the Airmen who completed the course Nov. 6, 2019. The following Airmen graduated the course:

The Cheyenne Police Department is looking for information to identify this potential witness to a felony theft which took place at Eclectic Elephant Antiques on September 17. If you know who this is, Detective Baca has some leftover Halloween candy she'd love to give out! You can reach her w…

On 8/30/2019 at about 2153 hours the pictured male suspect entered Target and obtained a coat valued at $44.99 and left without providing payment. The male fled the scene in the pictured silver 2005 Honda Accord with Colorado registration OEW320.

Wyoming Air National Guard, F.E. Warren Air Force Base, and some local community members worked together to move a jet from the past. The T-33 "Shooting Star" jet was moved to its new home at the Wyoming National Guard Museum in Cheyenne, WY. 

85 running enthusiasts braved the cold weather to participate in the 20th annual Turkey Trot 5k and Gobble Wobble kids’ fun run to benefit the Comea Shelter that took place last Saturday, November 2 Holiday Park, sponsored by Moore Insulation, Halladay Motors, Red Lion, Holly Frontier, and T…

The Cheyenne Botanic Gardens’ Children’s Village invited the public out to the 6th annual pumpkin smashing event to help break up the decorative pumpkins to be used in the compost for the gardens, held on November 2.

Cheyenne native Trinidad Serrano opened The T.R.I.B.E. Zoo Tattoo in 2007. He takes his customer service standard very seriously, “I don’t choose my clients. They choose me. Good customer service ensures that they keep choosing me. Some shops are more concerned with their own self-image and …

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The Cheyenne Botanic Gardens in Lions Park opened its doors for two days to host a fun and educational experience for the Mexican celebration of Dia De Los Muertos or The Day of The Dead. The event was November 1 and 2.

The Cheyenne Police Department responded to reports of threats made to South High School students on November 6. While the initial threats of violence were made from one student to another specific student, the messages were quickly shared amongst students, resulting in a panic that a mass s…

It's not the first time we've been called "mouth breathers," but this time it could save a life! 25 CPD employees had the opportunity to participate in CPR training provided by the Cheyenne Aquatics Center. They'll be providing classes to the public in the near future as well, keep an eye on…

Governor Mark Gordon discusses prison reform with Cheyenne resident Geri Maria Johnson during Tuesday’s Speed Repping event at the Laramie County Library.  A dozen elected officials, ranging from members of the Laramie County School District 1 Board of Trustees up to the Governor, were on ha…

A recent report by the state’s Consensus Revenue Estimating Group, which writes the revenue projections that set the bounds of the Legislature’s budgeting process, carries serious warning signs for the state’s long-term fiscal health. But when it comes to the budget that will be written this…

Unless otherwise noted, events on this schedule are open to the public and the media is welcome to attend. All times are Mountain Time. Any special requirements for attendance are noted with the event. These events are also listed on the Mayor’s website page.

SAFETY TIP: When you leave your doors open, you never know who might just come in and help themselves to your stuff!! In this case, the suspect (seen here already in custody) was on the loose near the Library, jumped in one of our trucks and managed to help himself to some ham and a couple c…

Sue Casteneda became the Cheyenne Animal Shelter’s fourth CEO in 13 months last Friday.  Her official title is Interim CEO, and she said all options are on the table as far as applying to become the permanent CEO.

Girls on the Run Wyoming has received a $5,000 Daniels Fund grant that will help the organization reach more girls in the state. The Daniels Fund has also pledged $10,000 in additional grant funds to match any community donations.

Rocky Case, President of the Cheyenne City Council, issued a statement in response to the Mayor's News Conference on Friday. Mayor Marian Orr accused Case of lying about her activities while she was representing Cheyenne in Detroit. Case confused the name of a taxi company used by the Mayo…

There's a rumor going around that East High was under a lockdown today. That did not occur. The school canceled a passing period while a K9 conducted a random search for narcotics between 9:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.

Fall brings one of the most popular holidays of the year – Halloween – and with it, there are many local events over the coming week to get into the spirit. Here is a recap of Halloween themed events:

School administrators from Laramie County School District 1 joined Governor Mark Gordon as he proclaimed October National Principals Month. The event was this past Tuesday at the Kendrick Gallery near the Governor's office. Pictured are (left to right) Nick Lamp, Central High Assistant Princ…

Following the successful passage of the downtown Mill Levy by a large margin, Vicki Dugger, Executive Director of the Cheyenne Downtown Development Authority (DDA) submitted her resignation, effective December 31.