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Media trust in America has sunk to alarming lows. From an acme of some 70% of Americans who reported having a great deal or fair amount of trust in the media in 1976, that number had plummeted to 32% by 2016. 

There are some great schools in the Cheyenne area. Especially for grade school and middle school. News coverage often focuses on sports and teams, but there are many more things going on with our local schools. The Post reached out to about a dozen school principals in both grade and middle …

Beautiful works of art take time, talent but most of all, perspective. Partners of the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce are the fabric of our business community and what I would consider, the artists. They create cherished elements of our community’s culture and like a piece of art, it i…

 I appreciate the opportunity to provide a column for the city-wide launch of The Cheyenne Post.  You don’t need me to tell you great things are happening in Cheyenne. From once abandoned shopping centers and vacant buildings being torn-down and redeveloped; a music, entertainment, and arts …

Since launching The Cheyenne Post online and newspaper, we’ve had a lot of inquiries and questions from readers about our editorial points of view. Great questions asking about everything from our political views “so are you liberal or conservative?” to “if we send you stuff will your print it?”

Welcome to something new, and for welcoming us into your day. What you are holding in your hands right now is a bit of history – the very first issue of The Cheyenne Post – a brand new media outlet and weekly community newspaper. Even though right now we’re small in pages (and growing), the …

And thank you, for welcoming us into your day. We feel delighted to be here and serve you and the community. We are grateful for being made to feel so welcome. As we’ve circulated around town and talked with folks, we’ve also had conversations about what’s motivated us to launch this outlet …

During our hot July summer, when the cattle were driven all over the Great Plains, and the drives from 1836, with booms in the late 1800s and early 1900s, mark the origin of so much of the “Great Western US” mythology that has existed since the 1920s.  Part of Cheyenne’s heritage was literal…