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Laramie County Library System recently concluded its strategic planning process and has released a new strategic plan which includes revised vision, mission, and commitment statements to help the organization meet the needs of the Laramie County community. The strategic plan establishes a di…

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Judy and I took a trip over the Labor Day weekend to take care of some family business. The trip took us to four capital cities in four days. Cheyenne to Denver, to Carson City, Nevada and finally to Sacramento, California. The only disappointing thing was I had to miss Lt. Rob Dafoe’s retir…

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The Wyoming Veterans Commission and Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon hosted a solemn commemoration wreath-laying ceremony at the Wyoming State Capitol, Saturday, September 11, in honor of the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people.

The Cheyenne Transit Program (CTP) will reinstate fare collection previously waived because of the pandemic, beginning Monday, Oct 4.

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I flew to Shreveport, Louisiana last Thursday to attend the promotion and change of command for Tony Cotton. I got to know Major General Tony Cotton when he served here in Cheyenne as the Commander of the 20th Air Force. Fast forward a few years, and he has been nominated for promotion to hi…

The U.S. Air Force and Space Force in Cheyenne congratulate Niki Hill for passing the qualification process and swearing into the Air Force.

F.E. Warren Air Force Base advises all Wranglers that the local area is experiencing an elevated Air Quality Index. The EPA and the Wyoming Department of Health recommend that everyone avoid prolonged exposure to poor air quality conditions.

Scheduled trash and recycle pick-up on Labor Day in the City of Cheyenne will be Saturday, September 4. Have your trash and recycle containers out by 6:00 a.m.

The final $130 million sixth-penny sales tax ballot will be sent to voters, Tuesday. November 2.

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CASA's (Court Appointed Special Advocates) Eighth Annual Red Shoe Event--To Be a Kid Again, Friday, September 10, is back and celebrates the CASA and all they do to help children in foster care.

I had a great experience on the 17th when I was invited by my friend Mary Gutherie, to welcome the guests to the last performance of the Cheyenne Civic Concert Band.  The concerts are held the first and third Thursdays between Memorial Day and Labor Day at the Brimmer Amphitheater.  I was so…

Voting on the 2021 One Percent Specific Purpose Sales and Use Tax (Sixth Penny) is right around the corner! Early and absentee voting begins Friday, September 17th with election day set for Tuesday, November 2nd.

Beginning Tuesday, August 10, the Board Of Public Utilities (BOPU) began working on a manhole replacement project on Belaire Ave with full closure between Ridge Road & Mulberry Avenue for 10 days.

The City of Cheyenne is adding a 2 percent city assessed service fee to all utility bills.

Cheyenne City Council Ward III will hold a City Council and Coffee Open House from 9-11 a.m., Saturday, August 21, at Dazbog Coffee (3911 E. Pershing Blvd., Suite A).

Mayor Patrick Collins seeks applications for the City of Cheyenne Planning Commission. There is one unexpired position available that expires on December 31, 2022. The Planning Commission hears testimony from the public regarding planning and development actions and makes recommendations to …

Last weekend was epic for my family and I. We went to the Miracle Mile to camp and fish for a few days. I caught a half dozen beautiful Rainbows and spent time with my father and two boys. We played cribbage and spades, and I have bragging rights until the next time we play. I do not win muc…

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Capt. Tom Popp, Deputy Crew Commander with the 319th Missile Squadron, recently achieved a rare  milestone, reaching his 500th alert. “Throughout my seven-year career, I've never met another missileer who reached 500 alerts,” said Popp. “I've heard from some missileers more versed in missile…

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Glory Trips can be an exciting opportunity for a Missileer to showcase their knowledge and ability in real time.Each year, Air Force Global Strike Command randomly selects an operational missile from the field to test the safety and reliability of the nation’s ICBM weapon systems. The Air Fo…

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U.S. Air Force Captain Wesley Coonradt, 321st Missile Squadron, is scheduled to assist with a Glory Trip at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, from June 5 to Aug. 13, 2021.His road to the glory trip is not dissimilar from many who join the military: for him it was a family affair. Coonra…

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Maj. Ian Cordell assumed command of the 90th Comptroller Squadron during a change of command ceremony Aug. 13, 2021, in the Pronghorn Center on F.E. Warren AFB.

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BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - U.S. officials launched a review Thursday of climate damage caused by coal mining on public lands as the Biden administration expands its scrutiny of government fossil fuel sales that contribute to greenhouse gas emissions.

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming marijuana advocates plan to begin circulating petitions in September for two proposed ballot measures - one asking if the state should legalize medical marijuana, and the other if it should decriminalize pot.

This week has been a good reminder for me of one of my favorite leadership principles, and that is that leaders learn always. We met with one of the owners of the Hitching Post Urban Renewal Plan Area.  She is the legacy owner that inherited some of the area from the folks who started the Hi…