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Major General Jeannie Leavitt, Department of the Air Force chief of safety, received a firsthand look at the 90th Missile Wing’s capabilities during a tour November 2 – 3.

The 37th Helicopter Squadron stationed in Cheyenne will assist the 90th Missile Maintenance Squadron Hardened Intersite Cabling System (HICS) team with inspections in the missile field starting December 2, for approximately one week.

The City of Cheyenne Governing Body reinstated the fiscal year 2019 program allowing permit fee waivers within the Core Development Incentivization Program Area starting Saturday, November 27. 

Cheyenne Fire Rescue (CFR), Wyoming Highway Patrol Members, and select students will participate in Child Passenger Safety Technician Training through Saturday, 4.

MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — Officials have agreed to allow as many as 900 bison from Yellowstone National Park to be shot by hunters, sent to slaughter or placed in quarantine this winter in a program that seeks to prevent the animals from spreading a disease to cattle.

LCCC Men’s Soccer Coach, Vince Gibson is handing over the reins of his nationally recognized men’s soccer program to assistant coach, Fernando Perez, to transition into the assistant athletic director position with LCCC Golden Eagle Athletics announced, Dr. Cindy Henning, interim executive d…

Laramie County Community College will host its fourth annual Holiday Collage concert, a diverse musical greeting card, at 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 5 in the Surbrugg/Prentice Auditorium on the LCCC campus. The performance will include a variety of LCCC’s music programs including the jazz ensemble,…

 I am sitting at my computer in a bit of a food coma after a wonderful Thanksgiving dinner. A day cooking, watching football, playing games, and spending time with family makes it my favorite day of the year. I hope you all were able to enjoy all the above. This has been a surprisingly quiet…

Despite record amounts of payments over the past few years, Wyoming's Unclaimed Property Division of the State Treasurer's Office is holding on to more money than ever as the amount now being held exceeds $100 million. Nearly $7.5 million added to State's Unclaimed Property Division since October.

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"Bringing medical care to us speaks volumes about the support and all-in attitude the 90th Missile Wing collectively embodies," said Major Dexter Binion, commander of the 90th Ground Combat Training Squadron, based at Camp Guernsey. 

Mayor Patrick Collins seeks applications for membership on the Board of Adjustment, Building Code Board of Appeals, Housing and Community Development Advisory Council, and the Mayor’s Council for People with Disabilities. 

The Cheyenne Historic Preservation Board is selling limited-edition Christmas ornaments depicting the historic Airport Fountain.

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The Holiday season is upon us, as the 31st Annual Cheyenne Christmas Parade-- An Old West Holiday brings the Yuletide Spirit to Downtown Cheyenne at 5:30 p.m., Saturday, November 27.

The Laramie County Sheriff's Office was called to the area of Arp Elementary School for reported wolves in the area.

Every business and organization has different needs and requires different levels of assistance and attention.

Health insurance open enrollment has started and runs through January 15. For most, health care coverage is just part of the business—but for many neighbors, friends, and family members, health care coverage is the difference between catastrophic debt and the ability to receive the health ca…

The school district reports that between Friday, November 12 and Thursday, November 18, 54 students and two staff members tested positive for COVID-19 at Afflerbach, Arp, Baggs, Bain, Davis, Dildine,  Fairview/Lebhart, Hobbs, Jessup, Meadowlark, Pioneer Park, and Saddle Ridge elementary scho…

East High speech and debate students recently competed in two tournaments this past weekend. Five competitors went to the “Mile High Invitational,” in Denver, and the “novices” competed virtually at the “Cheyenne South Novice Tournament.”