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Cheyenne Water And Sewer Projects For This Week

The Cheyenne Board of Public Utilities has announced the following water and sewer projects for this week:

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BOPU Again Issues Wipe Warning

The Cheyenne Board of Public Utilities is again warning residents about the dangers of flushing sanitary wipes down the toilet.

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Logan Avenue Project Expanding Monday

Work on the Logan Avenue Reconstruction Project is scheduled to expand one block to the north on Monday, according to a release from the City of Cheyenne.

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Cheyenne Council CommitteeTo Consider Museum Agreement

The Cheyenne City Council Finance Committee is scheduled to consider a development agreement that would allow the proposed Children's Museum of Cheyenne to move forward.

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Kaysen: No Known Cases of Retribution

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says he doesn't know of a single proven case where a city employee has used their position to settle a score.

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Seat Check Saturday September 13

Safe Kids Wyoming and the Wyoming Department of Transportation are observing Seat Check Saturday on September 13 to encourage parents to know about the state's law on child safety seats.

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Fifth Penny Sales Tax Would Pay for Vehicles for Sheriff’s Department

Laramie County Undersheriff Rich Hillegas says if voters approve re-authorization of the fifth penny sales tax in November the department would use most of it's share for vehicles and equipment.

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Steenbergen: Local Oil Industry Growing

Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Dale Steenbergen says the oil industry and related service companies are making a big contribution to the Laramie County economy.

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Laramie County Bomb Squad Called for Possible Booby-Trapped Safe

Would you booby-trap your safe while it was in storage?

The Laramie County Bomb Squad was called to Antler Storage on West Allison Road during the noon hour on Tuesday, September 9, on a report of a booby-trapped safe located inside a storage unit.

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Steenbergen Applauds Council Vote

Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Dale Steenbergen says the city council did the right thing in supporting a resolution to split the city's Planning and Development Departments.

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