2 hrs ago
Christmas House Opens for 45th Consecutive Year
Every December the Women's Civic League of Cheyenne puts on its Christmas House fundraiser.
15 hrs ago
Policy change won't hurt local transit funds [Wyoming Tribune-Eagle (Cheyenne, WY)]
Hed: MPO, WYDOT: FTA policy change won't jeopardize local transportation funding At a glance Laramie County commissioners expressed concerns Thursday over the Federal Transit Administration's decision not to sign off on the master agreement between the Cheyenne Metropolitan Planning Organization and the Wyoming Department of Transportation.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
One of Cheyenne's own war heroes received an honor he's waited over six decades for.
County 10 News
Business Council Board reviewed grants requests, heard economic development updates
The Wyoming Business Council Board of Directors heard a local economic development presentation and reviewed 13 Business Ready Community grant requests and seven Community Development Block Grant requests at its Dec. 5 meeting in Cheyenne, Wyo.
Bitter cold, wintry mix heading this way
Temperatures dropped to 30 degrees below zero in parts of Colorado while New Mexico was contending with a dangerous mix of freezing rain, snow and howling winds Thursday as a brutal cold front slowly marched south and east.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Workers Brave Bitter Cold
Unfortunately for some Cheyenne workers they were outside working in the sub-zero wind chill Wednesday.
Cheyenne men charged with meth possession
Federal prosecutors have charged two men with possession of methamphetamine following arrests in Cheyenne that federal agents claim yielded several pounds of the drug.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Becoming George Bailey
Dec. 02--George Bailey is the everyman we all relate to. Honest and hard-working with big dreams, he is one of the most relatable characters to ever light up the screen.
Top lawmakers applaud Gov. Mead's budget proposal
Top Wyoming lawmakers say they support Gov. Matt Mead's proposal for funding state employee pay raises in the coming legislative session but also say they're concerned about future state revenues.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
High winds blow over truck, prompt warnings
A truck driver says he was lucky to escape injury Monday when winds near 60 mph toppled his truck on Interstate 25. The truck driver told The Coloradoan he was heading south, from Cheyenne to Aurora, when his semi-trailer was blown over near the Wyoming state line .
Officials light Menorah in Wyoming Capitol
Government officials lighted a menorah in the Wyoming Capitol on Monday, marking the sixth annual celebration there of Hanukkah, the Jewish Festival of Lights.
Census data show lopsided Wyo.-Colo. commuters
New census data show three times as many people commuting to work from northern Colorado to the Cheyenne area compared to the other way around.
Know Better Now Hotels in Cebu, Philippines Through New Lunched Hotel News Website Pinoytoptips.com
Cheyenne, WY December 2, 2013 - PinoyTopTips is pleased to announce that its official hotel News website, http://www.pinoytoptips.com is now empowered to deliver instantly unique information at the best rates online with best customer reviews.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Arrest made in man's death in Cheyenne parking lot
Police say a 23-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the death of another man in a Cheyenne parking lot.
Woman who made son sleep in dog food bag sentenced
A Cheyenne woman accused of tying up her 5-year-old son at night and making him sleep inside a dog food bag with a hole cut in the bottom has been sentenced to three to five years in prison.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Volunteers Prep to feed hundreds of Cheyenne's military
Once again volunteers are getting together to put on a free Thanksgiving dinner for veterans and active duty military stationed in Cheyenne.
Cheyenne Crime Rate Drops
The Cheyenne Police Department has released the past year's crime numbers. They show a significant drop in many areas.
Authorities charge Cheyenne man in fatal car wreck
Authorities in Cheyenne have filed a felony charge of aggravated vehicular homicide-reckless driving against a local man in connection with a car crash that killed a teenager this summer.
Judge Peter Arnold of Cheyenne to retire
The Casper Star-Tribune reports that Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice Marilyn Kite announced Arnold's retirement on Monday.
Fort Collins Coloradoan
Donald Edward Freeman
Donny was beloved by his wife Elizabeth, his best friend and soul mate, and all his family.