There were a lot of differences between this year’s version of Cheyenne Day, and the traditional event held during Cheyenne Frontier Days.  The changes and the coronavirus didn’t limit the fun or stop the various activities, but there were some significant differences.

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The County Commission candidate forum is set for 7:30 a.m. today (Tuesday, July 28) at Little America Hotel and Resort. Voters will enjoy a good breakfast while asking questions of candidates. County Commissioner candidates Brian Lovett, Nathan Smith, Slade Raine, CJ Manalo, Buck Holmes, Wil…

Cruise Night in Cheyenne is going toward a worthy cause this weekend.  CASA of Laramie County will be fundraising during the event.

The rockets’ red glare, in celebration of our great nation, will again be seen in the sky above Cheyenne this July Fourth. That is thanks to Cheyenne Frontier Days, whose leadership has scheduled an aerial-only fireworks display that will be visible all over town.

If you are feeling exceptionally patriotic this year and can’t wait to get out of bed for the holiday, you can start celebrating the Fourth of July early, with some running or just loud cheering at the Firecracker 5K. It’s a fundraiser for the nonprofit Needs, Inc., which helps the needy. Th…

Lunches are served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. daily at the Laramie County Senior Service Center located at 2101 Thomes Ave. Beginning June 1, and in adherence to CDC Covid-19 guidelines, limited seating will be available in the dining room

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The steps of the Wyoming State Capitol were the scene of an important meeting this past Monday June 8. Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon and the adjutant general of the Wyoming National Guard, Maj. Gen. Greg Porter met with World War II veteran Sidney Walton, 101. Sidney joined the U.S. Army in 1…

 The Lander Cycling Club is hosting the 11th Annual Fremont Area Road Tour from Aug 1st- Aug 31st. Due to the current COVID-19 novel coronavirus pandemic, this year the event will be hosted online and will give participants a chance to compete in a month-long virtual challenge.

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Laramie County School District 1 high school graduation ceremonies are slated for this week and will be livestreamed on the district’s YouTube channel, https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2jiHuOj00Ac22tb08TbTWQ/featured, for those who are unable to attend.

Lunches are served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. daily at the Laramie County Senior Service Center located at 2101 Thomes Ave. Beginning June 1, and in adherence to CDC Covid-19 guidelines, limited seating will be available in the dining room

 On June 4 at 10 a.m. Mountain Time, AARP Wyoming will be joined on a webinar by James Bush, MD, and Lisa Finkelstein, DO, to discuss the basics of telehealth. They will let you know what happens during a telehealth visit, what to ask your insurance company, and what to bring to your first t…

Lunches are served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. daily at the Laramie County Senior Service Center located at 2101 Thomes Ave. Beginning June 1, and in adherence to CDC Covid-19 guidelines, limited seating will be available in the dining room

Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon and representatives from the state’s largest rodeos announced this week that six of Wyoming’s large rodeos and events will not take place in 2020. This decision factored in economics, health concerns and logistics. 

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(CHEYENNE, WY / The Associated Press) Cheyenne Frontier Days was canceled Wednesday because of the coronavirus pandemic, marking the first time the event billed as the world's largest outdoor rodeo has been called off in its 124-year history.

The Cheyenne Greenway Foundation sponsored 11th Annual Spring into Green event, a 5K Run/Walk and 10K, was originally scheduled for Saturday, June 13, but has been rescheduled as Fall into Green and will take place September 19.

Superday is an annual event that brings an estimated 15,000 plus participants together to celebrate and kick off July as National Parks and Recreation Month.  It is hosted by the City of Cheyenne Community Recreation and Events (CRE) Department to promote greater awareness of the value and a…

The Greater Cheyenne Greenway Spring clean-up effort is scheduled for two weeks this year, May 9 through the 23. The City is asking volunteers to take appropriate precautions such as limiting the size of your groups to 10 or less and to provide for necessary social distancing as needed.

Oregon Trail State Veterans Cemetery has cancelled the annual flag placement on individual graves, which was scheduled for May 23. The cemetery will place the Avenue of Flags along the entry drive and The American Legion will place fifty flags within the entry drive island beginning Friday, …

The Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra has confirmed new dates for 3 concerts that were postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. These 2019-2020 Season concerts have been rescheduled as follows:

Twenty million dollars.  That’s the estimate of money lost to Cheyenne because of the Coronavirus according to Dominic Bravo, President and CEO of Visit Cheyenne.  Bravo said that two conferences accounted for most of the loss.  Select Traveler, a travel industry planning group, was planning…

Cheyenne Little Theatre Players (CLTP) has announced its 2020-21 series of productions, including musicals, comedy, drama and a beloved Christmas classic to celebrate its 91st season of locally-produced community theatre. The theme for the season is “From Stage to Screen and Back Again.”

Please be advised that the Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra's April 25th performance of Raiders of the Lost Ark in Concert has been cancelled and will be rescheduled at a later date TBD.

These are uncertain times. There are a lot of questions about the spread of COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus. News about school closures and cancellations in college and professional sports can be stressful. And we were saddened to hear that our friends at Rodeo Houston an…

In light of the pandemic case of COVID-19 and in response to the Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) recommendations to limit social contact, the City of Cheyenne is taking the following measures as broken down by department.  This will continue through the end of the month and re-evaluated a…

The Chamber is canceling all gatherings scheduled through April 3rd.  We will evaluate the climate at that time and let you know how we will proceed.  Here at the Chamber our first priority is your health.  Beyond the health concerns we know that businesses will be challenged by financial is…

All public meetings or tours scheduled or unscheduled at Cheyenne Fire Rescue Stations and the department’s Training Complex have been cancelled until further notice because of the ongoing threat of COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.

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“It is funny,” said Jason Gilbert, director of the Cheyenne Little Theatre’s production of Wind in the Willows. The show opens tonight (Friday, March 13) at the Mary Godfrey Playhouse on Pershing Blvd, and continues for the next three weekends.

Registration is now open for the 2ND Annual Corgi Derby hosted by the Cheyenne Animal Shelter (CAS) and Pine Bluffs Distilling, 322 N Beech Ave Pine Bluffs on Saturday May 2.  The Cheyenne Animal Shelter invites everyone to join them on Kentucky Derby day for their very own races with Corgis…

Lunches are served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. daily at the Laramie County Senior Service Center located at 2101 Thomes AveSaturday, March 14Egg salad sandwich, potato salad, salad bar, applesauce, cookieSunday, March 15White chicken, chili, peas, garden salad, crackers, grapesMonday, March 16Bis…

The C.J. Box book signing scheduled for March 12 at 7:00 p.m. in the Cottonwood Room of Laramie County Library has been cancelled by the author’s publisher due to concerns over the coronavirus. At this time, there are no immediate plans to reschedule the event.

The Wyoming Army National Guard (ARNG) conducted a ceremony in Cheyenne, Wyoming, Feb. 24, 2020, to recognize a team of Soldiers and civilians that worked together to make it possible to “go live” in the Integrated Personnel and Pay System – Army (IPPS-A) human resources system.

Governor Mark Gordon will sign the first bills of the 2020 legislative session on Thursday, March 5. The Governor will hold a formal bill signing ceremony at 2 pm in the Governor's Ceremonial Conference room in the State Capitol. Legislators, media and members of the public are welcome to at…

On Saturday, March 7 at 10:00 a.m. in the Cottonwood Room, Laramie County Library will host Dr. Cheryl White for a presentation and discussion on the Shroud of Turin. Having dedicated her entire academic career to the Shroud, Dr. White is a highly qualified speaker on the subject, and has le…