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Thousands of visitors attended the Capitol Celebrations at the Wyoming Capitol Square on Wednesday, July 10. The event was the reopening of the Capitol renovation project, which took nearly three years and cost $300-million. 

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Several roads around the Wyoming Capitol will be closed for the July 10 Capitol Square Open House and Celebration festivities in Cheyenne. Parking will be limited, but the Cheyenne Trolley will offer free transportation between the Spiker Parking Garage, Historic Governor’s Mansion and South…

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It's that time of year - when celebrations for Independence Day are in full swing with summer activities that include fireworks and entertainment. For the Forth of July holiday, it's important to be mindful of legal fireworks safety and proper use. 

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This spring and summer, there has been more than usual rain in Cheyenne. With the anniversary of the flood of 1985 just a few weeks away, it's a reminder of the risk of flooding that Cheyenne still faces, and the work being done to help protect the city from floods. 

The City of Cheyenne has initiated enforcement action against the property owner, Robert Wink of H. Rose LLC, regarding unlawful operation of a manufactured trailer park. City Ordinance allows nonconforming manufactured trailer parks to continue operation, provided that the park does not con…

Due to his many many talents and hobbies, Chief Master Sgt. Beau Jones, USAF, is commonly called "The Most Interesting Chief" at F.E. Warren by his peers. 

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Superday 2019 was a big success at its new location in Lions Park, and the weather remained clear and nice for the event, with thunderstorms starting at the conclusion. 

Beginning Monday, June 17, the intersection of Dell Range Boulevard and Prairie Avenue will be closed for approximately one week. The closure is for the replacement of concrete at that intersection. Detours will be in place to provide motorists alternative routes in the area. Please use caut…

The City of Cheyenne has created Cheyenne U, a program designed to offer free learning opportunities for city employees on a wide spectrum of job-related fields.

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Fresh off the wildly popular local re-christening event, and the 150th anniversary celebration of the transcontinental railroad's completion, the Union Pacific's Cheyenne-based Big Boy No. 4014 is now set for another epic journey that is sure to excite railfans across the nation.

The Wyoming Air National Guard is hosting the Wild West Air Show on July 24, at the 153rd Airlift Wing, 217 Dell Range Blvd. The show will be featuring aerial and ground demonstrations throughout the day as well as static aircraft and  military equipment displays. There will be food and drin…

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Lifting boxes that others struggle with, he greets customers without strain in his voice. No one would guess he is visually impaired.

The Cheyenne Police Department (CPD) and City of Cheyenne officials are working closely with Cheyenne Frontier Days (CFD) to strengthen security and ensure public safety at the world’s largest outdoor rodeo, scheduled for July 19-28, 2019.

Beginning Thursday, June 6, Kennedy Rd. will be closed from Carey Ave. to Central Ave. to accommodate the reconstruction of the intersection at Kennedy Rd. and Lions Park Drive. Lions Park Drive will also be closed at Kennedy Rd. during this time.

Cheyenne Frontier Days (CFD) invites visitors to use the current Park-n-Ride located on Happy Jack Road in 2019. Buses will travel between Park-n-Ride and Frontier Park all day long during the “Daddy of ‘em All,” and a quick five-minute bus ride will take visitors directly to the celebration.

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The Leadership Cheyenne Class of 2018-2019 wrapped up their year-long program with a graduation ceremony at the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce Monthly Luncheon Friday afternoon.

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Superday 2019 is shifted to a new location inside Lions Park this year - to North Lions Park. The event is Saturday, June 22 from 10am to 4pm. 

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The Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce, which has been representing, supporting and advocating for business since 1907 has a straightforward mission, “to make the greater Cheyenne area a more prosperous and quality community.”

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The Nagle Warren Mansion, currently a bed & breakfast owned by Jim Osterfoss, is one of the few such palatial homes remaining in Cheyenne. The former residence occupies a prominent corner at 17th St. and House Ave. at the edge of Cheyenne’s vibrant historic center. The mansion is listed …

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The Cheyenne Noon Lions Club, which has been around for over 98 years, truly focuses on one of the critical pillars of Lionism, Vision. In 1925, Helen Keller famously asked the Lions Club at their annual conventions to be, “the knights of the blind in the fight against darkness.” Melvin Jone…