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New homes are springing from the plains of Cheyenne at a fast clip. Yesterday, a groundbreaking happened for a 45-unit apartment complex at the Pointe, called the Commons.

Cheyenne Regional Medical Center is asking the community for positive messages encouraging local health care workers. The hospital requests that people to send a photo or video with a thank you message to workers, which will be shared internally with employees, as well as on their social med…

Pioneer Park Elementary School students raised $1,000 for Toys for Tots this year. 

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Program helps kids learn to ride bikes

A program granting funds for energy-related expenses is taking applications from Wyoming residents. Several Wyoming energy companies, and cities, have collaborated to present the thirty-first annual Energy Share of Wyoming, an effort which helps individuals who have energy-related emergencie…

The Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon for January is a virtual, video YouTube event, on Friday, January

For many families, reading the same stories every year to the kids on Christmas Eve is a family tradition. Other families may be starting the tradition or looking for something new to enliven it.  

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There was a possibility the bike donation event wouldn’t even happen this year, Cheyenne Fire Rescue firefighter Kevin West said on Saturday morning.

A taste of New York has opened in downtown Cheyenne. Instant Attraction, a new women’s boutique, opened last week. The store features products from the New York fashion scene.

The 90th Missile Wing Airman Leadership School held a graduation ceremony Dec. 17, 2020 at the Base Theater on F. E. Warren Air Force Base to honor the Airmen who completed the course. The following Airmen graduated the course:

Black Hills Energy recently announced support of nearly $760,000 from its annual corporate United Way fundraising campaign to support 50 United Way agencies across its service area.

(Cheyenne Animal Shelter) I am Bella an energetic, playful ten-month old female Pit Bull Terrier mix. I love walks, learning new things and working on my manners. I will need additional training on the manners part.

The Cheyenne Botanic Gardens have been busy over the Holiday Season, with multiple offerings that include an innovative online storytelling program, special programs, and special holiday gift inventory and discount offers in the gift shop – which also offers poinsettias.

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Christmas lights have been springing up all over Cheyenne. One of the best ways to see the brightly lit displays is through the trolley tours organized by Visit Cheyenne. The tours take 90 minutes, and leave from the Depot Plaza.

This past Saturday Runners, walkers, and their dogs gathered at the Paul Smith’s Children’s Village at the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens to help eradicate polio, in the 5th annual Jingle Bell Jaunt 5k/1k, sponsored by The Triumph High School Interact, a Rotary sponsored club. East High School Int…

Grace for 2 Brothers learned some lessons from its fundraiser last week. The non-profit suicide prevention organization held a 12-hour Zoom-A-Thon last Tuesday. They hoped to raise about $1200.

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.

Due to increasing positive COVID cases in Laramie County, the Laramie County Senior Center has decided to only provide “Carry-Out” meals until further notice. (There will be no eating in the Dining Room).

The Cheyenne VA Hospital is ready to take additional Covid patients, if beds fill up at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center, Ivinson Memorial Hospital in Laramie, or other nearby hospitals. The VA has a separate ward set up for Covid patients, and erected two special tents to handle additional …

Baby Jesus has been stolen from the church’s nativity scene, and to save their annual Christmas extravaganza, the church ladies switch into detective mode. That fun narrative is the whimsical plot of Cheyenne Little Theatre’s upcoming production of the Charitable Sisterhood Christmas Spectacular.

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Cheyenne transformed into North “West” Pole

The Cheyenne Depot Plaza came alive with a colorful, whimsical, Christmas dance flash mob during Small Business Saturday this past weekend, organized by The Cheyenne Board of Realtors to help raise money for The Salvation Army Red Kettle campaign.

The Brownfields Revolving Loan Fund Committee meeting will occur at 10:30 a.m. on Wed., Dec. 2.

The Laramie County Library Café reopened yesterday, returning to its previous operating hours of Monday through Friday, 9am to 2pm.

Grace for 2 Brothers, the local suicide prevention organization, is holding a 12 hour Zoom-A-Thon today, Tuesday, December 1. It’s similar to a fundraising telethon, but is using Facebook Live instead of television.

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.

Out of an abundance of caution, the Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra board and staff have made the difficult decision to cancel our December 12th Holiday Magic performances, presented by HollyFrontier.  

(Editor’s note:  Cheyenne Post Reporter Dave Lerner interviewed Santa Claus using Zoom.  Here’s a transcript of the interview.)

The Historic Governor’s Mansion opens this week, Wednesday, November 25 for its annual Christmas program, Tinsel Through Time, which features historic decorations.