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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.

This week is FFA Agriculture Advocacy week, and FFA chapters across Wyoming participate in activities that showcase the state’s agriculture in a positive and informative manner. This has become known as Agvocacy Week. Like they have done for the past four to five years, the chapters can ente…

The Cheyenne Animal Shelter’s Board of Directors announced Thursday that Don Kremer will be stepping down from his position as CEO to return to his previous role as an Animal Control Officer. Sue Castaneda, Director of Development, has been appointed Interim CEO.

Immunization rules hearing is Monday

The winner of October's Boot Loot drawing was Wes Cure, of Cheyenne. Wes entered the Boot Loot drawing at Freedom's Edge Brewing and as luck would have it, his name was drawn from almost 1500 entries that were submitted for October's draw. Wes, who resides just a few blocks from downtown, sa…

Wyoming State Representative Shelly Duncan (District 5) from Lingle, Wyo, is the winner of the September Boot Loot drawing. She won $1,000 in "Boot Bucks" that can be spent at the downtown businesses who are participating in the Boot Loot promotion.

The City of Cheyenne said that a very exciting sight will be taking place soon at the intersection of 8th Avenue and Warren Avenue – construction crews will begin preparing the Historic Airport Fountain for restoration efforts to waterproof the Fountain and allow it to run again. There are n…

The 90th Missile Wing Airman Leadership School held a graduation ceremony at the Trail’s End Event Center at F.E. Warren Air Force Base in Cheyenne to honor the Airmen who completed the course Sept. 25, 2019. The following Airmen graduated the course:

The 2019 Bark and Wine for Black Dog Animal Rescue will be held on Saturday, October 4. The rescue has held this event every year since 2010. It is BDAR’s largest annual fundraising event and accounts for a majority of their annual budget.

In addition to over 350 expected classic and show cars, the 12th Annual Children’s Miracle Network Car Show will have another special guest – and that is Miss Wyoming Jordan Hardman. She’ll be on hand to greet guests and will be available for photos.

Cheyenne Greek Festival has kicked off its 34th Annual festival today, which runs through this weekend, at the Frontier Park Exhibition Hall. The popular event features delicious Greek food, spirited dancing and rich culture to the people of Cheyenne.

Compared to other cities of similar size and resources, Cheyenne has a significant amount of high-quality and impactful public art.

The Cheyenne Historic Preservation Board is hosting their Seventh Annual Tour the Legend, Historic Building Tour on Saturday, September 21 from 10 am to 4 pm. This year’s theme is Celebrating Women and 150 Years of Suffrage. This tour serves as a fundraiser for the Board with funds used to m…

For the 34th year, the Cheyenne Greek Festival will bring delicious Greek food, spirited dancing and rich culture to the people of Cheyenne. The event will take place this year Sept. 13-14 at Frontier Park’s Exhibition Hall.

Cheyenne Mayor Marian Orr has launched a new award program to recognize and celebrate the hard work that individuals and companies do that improve the appearance and beauty of their properties in the city.

The Laramie County Fair wraps up on Saturday Aug. 10, but there is still fun to be had.

 Grace For 2 Brothers is having the Walk of Grace this Sunday, August 11 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Lions Park Amphitheater.

Pink Ribbon Run and it is brought to the community by the Wyoming Breast Cancer Initiative.

While hiking and camping are fun for you and your dog, it also poses some dangers. Many of them can be avoided and a with a little extra consideration and preparation your dog will be ready for adventuring!

The fair is getting into full swing with free midway entertainment during the entire fair. The exhibit hall, open 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. July 31 to Aug 9 and 5 p.m. on August 10, features workshops, exhibits and various contests. The Goat area is hosting “Milk a Goat” at 7 p.m. daily, Augus…

The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds wowed crowds as they flew over F.E. Warren Air Force Base on Wednesday, July 24, or also known as Cheyenne Day. The Thunderbirds were in town to celebrate Cheyenne Frontier Days, which has been a longtime tradition for the U.S. Air Force’s team of prestigious …

There are four outstanding young women who have been selected to be 2019 Laramie County Fair Ambassadors. You’ll see them at community events like parades, and at the Fair. Meet your 2019 Laramie County Fair Ambassadors:

It’s that time of year again in Cheyenne – the week of Cheyenne Frontier Days has arrived. Events start today and the celebration ends on Sunday, July 28. Now in its 123rd year, the event will have all kinds of entertainment options available for everyone from the main Cheyenne Frontier Days…

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Forty years ago this week (July 16), Cheyenne was impacted by an F3 tornado that injured 40 people and killed one person. It was on the ground for around 30 minutes and tracked a path of about 9 miles. So, what's changed in the last 40 years? So much! The capabilities of meteorologists have …

Cheyenne Frontier Days, which is one of Cheyenne’s most anticipated events of the year, starts on Friday, July 19.and finishes on Sunday, July 28. Cheyenne Frontier Days is 123 years old this year. The event will have all kinds of entertainment options available for everyone from the main Ch…

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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.