A new three-dimensional sign has been installed by the Cheyenne Downtown Development Authority (DDA).
Community members, law enforcement, and first responders celebrated the 12th Annual Neighborhood Night Out, Thursday, July 15, to reap the benefits of the community-building celebration that brings neighbors, businesses, and police together to fight crime in Cheyenne.
The Cheyenne Greenway Foundation thanks Cheyenne and Laramie County citizens for their continuing support of the Greater Cheyenne Greenway.
The Fourth Annual Shoot for Sight, pitting Sheriff Danny Glick and the 4 H team versus Chief Mark Francisco and the Cheyenne Police Department Explorers, is at 6 p.m., Thursday, August 12, at the Laramie County Fairgrounds Archer Complex.
Due to the anticipated high traffic volume for the first night of Cheyenne Frontier Days, the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens and Paul Smith Children's Village in Lions Park will close at 3 p.m. Friday, July 23.
Frog Creek Partners donated a filtration system to the City of Cheyenne and the State of Wyoming in gratitude for all the support the people of Wyoming provided to the environmental technology company.
The streets of old Cheyenne will be filled with horses, carriages, marching bands, and history when Cheyenne Frontier Days holds four Grand Parades downtown. The parades begin at 9:00 AM, and take place on Saturday, July 24; Tuesday, July 27; Thursday, July 29; and Saturday, July 31.
Starting Monday, July 12, the Base Pavements Contractor began striping all roads on base. Traffic cones will be placed at intervals to identify the freshly painted lines. Though the paint typically cures within 20 minutes, please do not cross the traffic lines that have cones on them, as the…
Registration is open for Cheyenne's Men's and Women's Fall Volleyball Leagues. The league will have different divisions for skill levels. Games will be at the Eastridge Facility.
Cheyenne City Council Ward III will hold a City Council and Coffee Open House for residents from 9-11 a.m. Saturday, July 17, at Dazbog Coffee, 3911 E. Pershing Boulevard., Suite A.
Royalty for the 125th Cheyenne Frontier Days is Miss Frontier, Bailey Bishop, and her Lady-in-Waiting, Savannah Messenger. They were selected for the 2020 event which was cancelled, so they remained in their roles and carried out their duties last year, and now this year.
Cheyenne Frontier Days returns after a one-year hiatus, starting on Friday, July 23 through Sunday, August 1. The “Daddy of ‘em all” is the annual showcase event in Cheyenne and it celebrates is Western roots with a festival unlike any other.
Durbar Nepalese and Indian Bistro is getting ready for a big celebration, Sunday, July 18, as the restaurant will celebrate its first anniversary.
The Laramie County Senior Services invites seniors to attend these special events. Activities are subject to change. Please wear a mask, social distancing practices are in place. Please call 307-635-2435 to RSVP for the activities you want to attend or for further information.
Cheyenne Frontier Days™ will drive nearly 200 head of Corriente steers from the pasture north of Cheyenne along I-25, and through the city streets into Frontier Park on Sunday, July 18. The drive begins at approximately 7:30 a.m. at the intersection of I-25 & Horse Creek Road north of th…
Crews from the City of Cheyenne Urban Forestry Division will be begin spraying spruce trees on Tuesday, July 13th to prevent ips beetle infestation at several City parks and City-owned properties.
It’s the last week to register your team for the City of Cheyenne Co-Rec Adult Slow Pitch Softball League. After Thursday, July 15th, there will not be any registrations accepted.
The Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce details for its Friday, June 23, Pardner’s N’ Prosperity kick-off lunch for Cheyenne Frontier Days.
The 41st Annual Cheyenne Frontier Day Invitational Western Art Show & Sale will take place from Thursday, July 22 to August 15, 2021. The Western Art Show features the nation’s top Western artists who bring to life the celebration, the heritage, and the outlook of the American West.
The Union Pacific Big Boy No. 4014 summer tour 2021 schedule has been announced by the railroad. The steam-powered train consist is expected to be led by Ed Dickens, the head of Union Pacific Heritage program, who also oversaw the rebuilding of the Big Boy, which is the world’s largest steam…
The Historic Atlas Theater will be filled with the sounds of boos, cheers, and sighs when the 65th annual Old Fashioned Melodrama opens for the summer season at 7 p.m., Friday, July 16. The Cheyenne Little Theatre Players production runs through the first week of August, with two shows a ni…
The Cheyenne Aquatic Center (931 Martin Esquibel Dr.) and the Johnson Pool (303 E. 8th St.) reopened to the public on Wednesday, July 7. The recreation side of the Aquatic Center, containing the lazy river, will remain closed due to boiler repairs.
The Cheyenne Urban Forestry Division, along with the Laramie County Conservation District, will again offer ash tree evaluations to gauge tree health and offer advice for care, replacement, and protection against Emerald ash borer (EAB).
Graham is a cutie-patootie who is looking for his forever home. He likes to cuddle and play with his brother so we believe that he will warm up to new cats in no time.
The Cheyenne Animal Shelter has announced that it is back open serving the public from Noon - 6 p.m. daily until July 18th when the Shelter will be closed on Sundays and Mondays for the foreseeable future.