Registration is open for the Cheyenne Adult Co-Rec Flag Football League. The league is 7-on-7 co-recreational for individuals 16 years old and up.

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The Cheyenne Youth Baseball League (CYBL) welcomed spring in style, Friday, April 30, when it held opening ceremonies at Dutcher Baseball Complex to celebrate the 2021 season.

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Cheyenne made history on Thursday, April 29, as three brand new girls' softball fields were dedicated near the Junior League ballfields off Converse Avenue.

Mayor Patrick Collins threw the ceremonial first pitch on Opening Day for the Cheyenne Post 6 baseball team Friday, April 9, to dedicate the new artificial turf at Powers Field. The City recently secured funding to upgrade the playing surface, ensuring the blue-ribbon ballpark remains a gem …

Mayor Patrick Collins threw the ceremonial first pitch on Opening Day for the Cheyenne Post 6 baseball team Friday, April 9, to dedicate the new artificial turf at Powers Field. The City recently secured funding to upgrade the playing surface, ensuring the blue-ribbon ballpark remains a gem …

Mayor Patrick Collins threw the ceremonial first pitch on Opening Day for the Cheyenne Post 6 baseball team Friday, April 9, to dedicate the new artificial turf at Powers Field. The City recently secured funding to upgrade the playing surface, ensuring the blue-ribbon ballpark remains a gem …

Registration is open for Cheyenne Youth Tee Ball. The league teaches baseball and softball fundamentals to boys and girls ages 3 to 6. The league consists of 3 to 4-year old's and 5 to 6-year old's played at Cahill Park.

The City of Cheyenne’s Recreation Division is accepting player registrations for its 2021 Girls Fastpitch Softball League for girls age 7-18. Participants must be no younger than seven and no older than 18 when games start on Monday, June 7.

According to the Wyoming High School Activities Association, all regional and state wrestling tournament matches, regional and state tournament basketball games, and the state indoor track meet will be live-streamed for a $10.99 one-month subscription fee.

The Cheyenne-Laramie County Health Department has approved a variance which will allow for greater attendance at the high school state championship football game: East vs. Thunder Basin at Okie Blanchard Stadium.

The Cheyenne-Laramie County Health Department has approved a variance which will allow for greater attendance at home high school football playoff games. The variance increases the maximum number of spectators allowed at home football games during the playoffs from 1,000 to 2,000 at both Ris…

Three Cheyenne high school players helped their 18-U league team win the Five Tool Texas National Championships this past Sunday in San Antonio, Texas, the teams coach Shea Bell said. The three local Cheyenne players are Maddox Pollard (Cheyenne Central High School), Brandon Courts (East Hig…

The Wyoming High School Activities Association (WHSAA) is pleased to announce that the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) has approved our plans for beginning basketball and wrestling on time.

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Most people have a certain image when you bring up the military. We think of planes, camouflage, sweat, and mud. Long nights of patrol or early morning workout sessions that leave you wishing you were on the couch watching television. We think of far-away places, and missing home. What most …

Registration is now open for the City of Cheyenne’s 2020 men’s and women’s fall volleyball leagues, and also for its Pickleball 101 class. Registration closes Aug. 20.

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University of Wyoming Cowboys football rolled over their opponent to win one of the major college bowl games of the year.  Freshman quarterback Levi Williams threw for 234 yards and accounted for four touchdowns in his first career start Tuesday afternoon, helping Wyoming to a 38-17 win over…

Johnson Junior High School (JJHS) will be holding their first Summer Volleyball Camp, June 17-19 2020. The camp is being organized by the JJHS coaching staff, led by head coach Carla Mlinar, who recognized the need for a means to introduce and teach young female athletes the sport and love o…

The City of Cheyenne’s Community Recreation and Events Department will soon be accepting team registrations for its 2020 Winter Volleyball League which will begin on January 21, 2020.  Registration packets will be available starting November 4, 2019  at the Kiwanis Community House (4603 Lion…

The City of Cheyenne’s Community Recreation and Events will soon be accepting team registrations for its 2020 Co-Rec Volleyball League which will begin on January 21, 2020.  Registration packets will be available starting November 4, 2019 at the Kiwanis Community House (4603 Lions Park Dr.) …

Ellie Hodgen, a ten-year old Cheyenne native won big on August 5 at the USA Roller Sports (USARS) Girl’s Elementary class, quad speed skating championships in Spokane, Washington. She brought home a silver medal in the 300-meter race, and bronze medals in both the 700- and 500-meter races an…

The job of being governor of a state may be a lot like herding cats.  Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon hosted some feline visitors from the Cheyenne Animal Shelter at his office this week.  Governor Gordon said that the shelters dedicated staff and volunteers provided care for nearly 6,000 anima…

The "Tour de Wish" Cheyenne annual bike ride, run or walk happened on June 15th, 2019 beginning at Lions Park Amphitheater. Open registration for the event will started at 8:00 a.m. with the 5k event beginning at 9 a.m. This event was presented by Make-A-Wish, Wyoming.  This organization cre…

Art lovers, athletes, families and more will "Spring into Green" 10th annual event.  At 8:00 AM Saturday, June 15, 2019, at Mylar Park in Cheyenne, participants are encouraged to come dressed as their favorite work of art or artist. So, do not be surprised if you see a Michelangelo, Da Vinci…

Francis E. Self American Legion Post 6 is hosting a Golf Tournament on Saturday, June 15 at the FE Warren Air Force Base Gold Course. The event starts at 11am including lunch, and finishes with a dinner at the American Legion at 5:30 p.m. See the included flyers for more information. 

Registrations are being taken for the annual Community Recreation & Events Capital City Scamper on Sunday, July 14th. This event is a blend of the popular television show, “The Amazing Race” and other adventure races that test you mentally and physically.