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This week, Cheyenne will host an independently run political convention that is geared specifically to Independent voters. Former actor and Presidential candidate Brock Pierce will be at the event, which will occur from Oct. 23 through Oct. 25 at The Grand Ballroom at the Little America Hote…

United Airlines is beginning roundtrip daily service from Cheyenne to Denver on Nov. 11. There will be one round trip a day. Flights from Denver will depart at 7 a.m. and arrive in Cheyenne at 7:52. Going the other direction, flights will leave Cheyenne at 8:10 p.m. and arrive in Denver at 9 p.m.

Cheyenne based Lunavi, Inc. (formerly Green House Data) is energizing the economic development efforts of Upton, a small town in northeast Wyoming. It’s a multiple step process, but the end result is that Upton (population 1,064 in 2018) will be getting help for its Small Business Revitaliza…

Bridger Walker has been named World Heavyweight Champion by the World Boxing Council for his heroic actions to help save his three-year old sister from a dog attack. The six-year-old boy from Cheyenne was severely injured in the dog attack, requiring over 90 stitches. He was named Honorary C…

Nearly every day the public is bombarded with facts and conjecture regarding the COVID-19 virus, as well as statistics on positive tests for the virus. The information seems to change weekly and can be confusing, and it’s hard sometimes to make sense of it all.

Gov. Mark Gordon is directing federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act funds to replenish and reinforce two programs that provide benefits to employers and job seekers.

Beginning Oct. 24, Cheyenne Botanic Gardens will host a virtual Fall Speaker Series, enabling people to participate in socially distanced gardening classes taught by industry professionals.

Three Cheyenne high school players helped their 18-U league team win the Five Tool Texas National Championships this past Sunday in San Antonio, Texas, the teams coach Shea Bell said. The three local Cheyenne players are Maddox Pollard (Cheyenne Central High School), Brandon Courts (East Hig…

The COVID-19 crisis has hurt ranchers, who say they’ve been short-changed by packing houses taking advantage of the shaky economy. Fluctuating meat prices are part of the problem—though high meat prices in grocery stores don’t always mean high pay for ranchers.

Laramie County Library System recently was honored with the Compassion-In-Action Award from Compassionate Cheyenne. The award recognizes organizations or individuals who are helping foster compassion throughout the community and acknowledged the library’s efforts to welcome and support every…

Due to COVID-19 health risks, Wyoming State Museum's Halloween event, Night at the Museum, is canceled this year. 

GFWC X-JWC women's volunteer service organization will have a fundraiser at Cheyenne Texas Roadhouse from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Nov. 12.

The City is reminding residents they may take collected leaves to the Compost Facility at 3714 Windmill Rd. for disposal free of charge.

First Education Federal Credit Union and Townsquare Media are working together to collect school supplies for teachers in Laramie County School District 1.

United Way’s Community Schools program and Crossroads Health Care are providing free flu immunizations for children 18 years and younger at Hebard Elementary on Oct. 28.

At 7 p.m., Oct. 22, Oct. 23 and Oct. 24, Central High's theater class will be performing “Controlling Interest” by Wayne S. Rawley; “Fresh Brewed: Tales from the Coffee Bar” by Henry Meyerson; and part of “Almost Maine,” by John Cariani.

From 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Oct. 22, Jessup Elementary will have a Halloween movie night at the Terry Bison Ranch. Students can wear their Halloween costumes.

In coordination with the Cheyenne-Laramie County Health Department, Laramie County School District 1 has numerous safety protocols in place. However, due to the unpredictable nature of COVID-19, exposure can happen.

On October 19, 2020, at approximately 7:10 a.m., Cheyenne Police officers responded to 3920 E. 12th St. (Loaf N Jug) in regards to an Armed Robbery with a knife.

Laramie County Senior Services invites seniors to attend special events this week.  Please wear a mask, and we also have social distancing in place. Please RSVP to 307-635-2435 for the activities you want to attend or for further information. Located at 2101 Thomes Ave., Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001.

Governor Mark Gordon clarified that the role of the Wyoming National Guard in assisting with contact tracing is very limited. Due to the record number of new positive cases of COVID-19 the Department of Health and counties needed urgent assistance, but the Guard members’ role is limited to c…

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Strong winds fanned two Rocky Mountain wildfires Wednesday, prompting new evacuation orders as one of them spread toward communities that lie outside Rocky Mountain National Park.

Out of an abundance of caution due to the health risks related to COVID-19, the Wyoming State Museum's Halloween event - Night at the Museum - has been canceled for 2020.

Cheyenne will welcome a new office complex in December. Blue Federal Credit Union’s new development at the southeast corner of Pershing Blvd. and Converse Avenue is on schedule and under budget, said Michele Bolkovatz, Vice President of Public Relations for Blue Federal Credit Union.

The final journey for many veterans will soon be a lot shorter and keep them closer to home. The new Cheyenne National Cemetery was dedicated last week.

Driving into the new Dazbog Coffee off of Lincolnway on Wednesday morning, a visitor noticed the parking lot was partly filled with a conspicuous grouping of police vehicles.

The city of Cheyenne tested out its fleet of 14 snowplows last week. 

Expanding on the growing collection of outdoor artwork in downtown Cheyenne, the Downtown Development Authority this past Saturday hosted a community paint by number mural event in the alley behind Flippers Family Arcade.

 Gov. Mark Gordon recently eased COVID-19 restrictions for dining in restaurants, prompting eateries to again do a pandemic pivot—this time, pivoting to bring their eateries closer to full.

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TeachKids2Fish holds weekly or biweekly “Catch N Clean” events at lakes around Cheyenne. Kids of all ages are encouraged to come out, help clean the lake and then learn to fish, with a chance of winning prizes.

There is finally some good news about the Mullen Creek Fire burning west of Laramie.  The U.S. Forest Service said the fire was 18% contained as of Friday.  It has burned through 171,031 acres, including crossing into Colorado.  There were 1,186 firefighters fighting the blaze as of Friday. …

The Cheyenne Historic Preservation Board fundraised for the Historic Airport Fountain by turning the fountain on for the Cruise Night last Saturday.

The number of coronavirus-related deaths among Wyoming residents who had tested positive for COVID-19 has been updated, according to the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH).

Governor Mark Gordon recently eased restrictions on restaurants, while issuing updated health orders.

Cheyenne Cemetery workers will perform their annual clean-up at the complex starting Oct. 15 and ending Oct. 23.

Cheyenne Regional Medical Center’s Medical Imaging Department was recently accredited by the American College of Radiology (ACR) for Nuclear Medicine, PET/CT, MRI, Ultrasound and CT. CRMC has also received a specialty accreditation from the ACR as a Designated CT Lung Cancer Screening Center.

At 7 p.m., Oct. 22, Oct. 23 and Oct. 24, Central High School's theater class will perform “Controlling Interest,” by Wayne S. Rawley, “Fresh Brewed: Tales from the Coffee Bar,” by Henry Meyerson, and also part of “Almost Maine,” by John Cariani.

At 5 p.m., Oct. 19, a LCSD1 Board of trustees work session meeting will take place in the board room, followed by a 6 p.m. regular board meeting.