Cheyenne Local Business
Local business in Cheyenne, WY
Wednesday | via Security Sales & Integration
Residents in Cheyenne, Wyo., complained that Vivint sales representatives ignored "No Soliciting" signs and were too aggressive when trying to sell security services. The complaints prompted city officials not to renew the security firm's solicitor license. Comment?
Tuesday | via SFGate
This Oct. 1, 2009 file photo shows the long-abandoned Atlas D site, west of Cheyenne, Wyo. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality plans to hold a public meeting about a proposal to use vegetable oil to stimulate the growth of naturally occurring bacteria that would clean up groundwater at the former nuclear missile site. Comment?
Friday Jun 26 | via Linn's Stamp News
Great Britain's Royal Mail remembers the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain on a souvenir sheet of six stamps to be issued July 16. Fought from July 10 through Oct. 31, 1940, in the skies over Britain by the Royal Air Force and Germany's Luftwaffe, the battle was named before it even started. In a June 18, 1940, speech, Britain's Prime Minister Winston Churchill said, "What General Weygand called the Battle of France is over. Comment?
Thursday Jun 25 | via KGWN
Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead has again honored Black Hills Corp.'s Wyodak Mine employees with a Governor's Workplace Safety Award in the small mines employer division. Wyodak Mine Manager Marc Ostrem accepted the award on behalf of the company and the 67 employees who work at the mine near Gillette, Wyoming, during Wednesday night's presentation at the annual Wyoming Safety & Workforce Summit in Cheyenne. Comment?
Tuesday Jun 23 | via KGWN
The Cheyenne Brewing Company celebrated a grand opening on Thursday in an old building, the Historic Union Pacific Depot. The week of the grand opening happened to be the same week as the Wyoming Brewers Festival, an event that helps preserve the building the new brewery is housed in. Comment?
Monday Jun 22 | via Salt Lake Tribune
Cheyenne, Wyo. a A judge in Casper is about to consider whether to suspend new rules for oil and gas drilling on federal land until a lawsuit contesting those rules can be resolved. Comment?
Monday Jun 22 | via KGWN
Learn more about the construction and design plans for the Wyoming Capitol Square Project during a community open house, being held from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, June 24 in Cheyenne. The open house will be held in room B63 in the Herschler Building, located at 122 W 25th Street in Cheyenne. Comment?
Monday Jun 22 | via KGWN
Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen is looking for local residents who are interested in serving on the Downtown Development Authority Board and the Mayor's Council For People With Disabilities. The DDA is comprised of a volunteer Board of Directors committed to the improvement and revitalization of downtown Cheyenne. Comment?
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