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Wyoming’s School Choice Fair will bring all types of schools— public, private, charter, homeschooling, and online—under one roof at Little America Hotel & Resort’s Grand Ballroom on Saturday, Jan. 25.

Tyrrell Auto Center is hosting an adoption event this Saturday, January 18 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., at the dealership at 2142 W. Lincolnway in Cheyenne. Tyrrell Auto Center / Chevrolet and Honda, will sponsor 50% of the adoption fees at the event. For more information, please call Baile…

Cheyenne Wyoming Independent Living is presenting two independent living workshops, one for youth and the other for adults.

Laramie County Sheriff Danny Glick speaks at the presentation event of donated safety gear, on Wednesday, Jan. 8. The ceremony held at Cheyenne Hills Church, where the Laramie County Sheriff’s Office received 38 bulletproof vests and helmets for our Deputies. Sheriff Glick said, “We would li…

Jessup Elementary School’s student council recently held a canned food drive. The school donated more than 3,200 canned items to Needs Inc., and the Comea Shelter.

Concordia University in Seward Nebraska named 263 students to its honors list for the fall 2019 semester. The following local students were named to the honors list:

Every four months the Northern Colorado and Denver - Boulder Scrabble Clubs host a Scrabble Tournament in Loveland, Colorado. This tournament draws an average of 25-30 people, separated into three divisions.

And Bingo was his Name-O!  For the entire month of February, join the Downtown Development Authority and the Cheyenne Animal Shelter for a month of downtown shopping and donations that could score you a big prize!  Pick up a Bingo card at any of the participating downtown businesses or the D…

One of the new members of the Board of Directors of the Cheyenne Regional Medical Center Foundation has a familiar name. Alexandra Farkas represents the Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce on the Board. Her mother, Laurie Farkas, served on the same board of directors previously.

They start filing in a little after 5pm on a chilly Monday evening.  By 5:30, as many as 40 people have gathered in an upstairs room at Uncle Charlie’s Grill and Tavern on North Yellowstone in Cheyenne. They’ve come for Bibles and Beer.

Bradley University (Peoria, IL) announces the Fall 2019 Dean's List. To be eligible for the Dean's List a student must achieve a minimum 3.5 grade point average for the semester on a 4.0 scale:

Lunches are served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. daily at the Laramie County Senior Service Center located at 2101 Thomes AveSaturday, January 11White chicken chili, peas, apricots, salad bar, bread, cinnamon rollsSunday, January 12Chicken strips, baked potato, broccoli, salad bar, rolls, Jello.Mon…

The City of Cheyenne is soliciting feedback regarding the City’s Unified Development Code (UDC).  Each year the Planning and Development Department sends a request for feedback and suggestions related to the UDC, which governs land development processes for the City of Cheyenne. The UDC was …

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HollyFrontier has provided funding for Girls Who Code in Cheyenne. Shown from left to right are Ana Monzon, software developer at Systems Analyst and facilitator of the first Girls Who Code class in Cheyenne, Eric “ET” Trowbridge, CEO and headmaster of the Array School of Technology and Desi…

Brian Tyrrell, above left, presents Tonia Teers with the 2019 William A. Tyrrell Manager of the Year Award. Brian Tyrrell said, “Tonia is an integral part of our day-to-day operations. We thank her for all her hard work and dedication.” Dallas Tyrrell said, “the award recognizes Tonia’s hard…

The Church of the Holy Trinity will be hosting its eighth annual “Spirits of Mardi Gras” tasting event to help support youth programs in the parish. Last year, this event raised over $35,000 for the parish’s youth programs and scholarships. Holy Trinity hopes to exceed that amount this year.

The Cheyenne Dance Club is a non-profit club dedicated to the preservation of Big Band Music and Ballroom Dancing. The club invites you to join them for a fun filled evening of listening and dancing pleasure to the sound of the DEKette Orchestra in the Little America Hotel and Resort Wyoming…

Zonta of Cheyenne invites the public to join them at an art reception on Wednesday, January 8th, where the submitted pieces for their sixth annual human trafficking art contest will be available for viewing. The artists and their families have also been invited to attend. Prizes will be awar…

Lunches are served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. daily at the Laramie County Senior Service Center located at 2101 Thomes Ave

The 90th Missile Wing Airman Leadership School held a graduation ceremony at the Trail’s End Event Center here to honor the Airmen who completed the course Dec. 18, 2019. The following Airmen graduated the course:

The Heels Organization of Cheyenne Frontier Days have elected Cindy Braden as the first female to officially fill the position of Heels President. This election continues to advance women in leadership roles within the Cheyenne Frontier Days organization. Also elected, Bob Kotzbacher as the …

Johnson Junior High School (JJHS) will be holding their first Summer Volleyball Camp, June 17-19 2020. The camp is being organized by the JJHS coaching staff, led by head coach Carla Mlinar, who recognized the need for a means to introduce and teach young female athletes the sport and love o…

Jordan Holt of Cheyenne was named to the University of Sioux Falls' Fall 2019 Dean's List. Holt is majoring in Criminal Justice and Psychology. Holt was among more than 550 students named to the Fall 2019 Dean's List. To qualify, students must earn a GPA of 3.5 or greater on a 4.0 scale.

The best Christmas lights in town are all over town.  That makes it a challenge when you are trying to arrange a tour to see the best ones.

With just a few days until Christmas Day, millions of children are counting down the days of December. They go to sleep on Christmas Eve, excitedly awaiting the delivery of their Christmas gifts from the beloved Santa Claus, making his way around the globe in one night.

Laramie County Library is requesting panel proposals for its second annual Library Con, a day long, library-wide program that explores various aspects of comic culture. Community members who are aged thirteen years and older can submit panel proposals on a variety subjects such as cosplay, s…

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For the third year, Cheyenne firefighters and EMT’s of Cheyenne Professional Firefighters Local 279 have helped Santa gather bicycles for Christmas. Pictured above are (left to right) Shane Bassett, John Bates and Andrew Dyl.

Tuesday, December 10, marked the 150th anniversary of women securing the right to vote and hold office in Wyoming. In downtown Cheyenne — where territorial Gov. John Campbell signed the Female Suffrage Act on Dec. 10, 1869 — crowds gathered to mark the occasion with parades, panels, plays and more.