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Former Teacher Pleads No Contest On Lesser Charges

A 55 year old former elementary school teacher has pleaded no contest to second and third degree sexual abuse of a minor.

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Laramie County School District #1
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Superintendent Concerned About Guns In School

Laramie County School District#1 Superintendent John Lyttle says that while he supports the right to keep and bear arms, he's concerned about legislation that would allow people to carry guns into schools as well as most other public buildings.

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LCSD#1 Announces February Closures

Laramie County School District#1 officials have announced a couple of closures for this month.

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United Way Fundraising Event
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United Way Names Board Members

United Way of Laramie County welcomes three new members to its board of directors and announces the 2015 board officers.

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New Wind Warning Issued

Again, be careful driving particularly in high profile vehicles.

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Category: Cheyenne News, Weather
Cheyenne city council chambers
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City Council To Meet With Firefighters

The Cheyenne City Council has scheduled a special meeting with the firefighters union on Wednesday night (Feb. 11) on contract negotiations.

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Thompson: Counties Watching Local Funding, Medicaid Expansion

Laramie County Commissioner Troy Thompson says commissioners across the state are paying close attention to what the legislature does on funding for local governments and Medicaid expansion.

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Thankful Thursday Goes To The Dogs

We raised over $3,000 for The Cheyenne Animal Shelter and the house was packed for our first THANKFUL THURSDAY, the party with a purpose.

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Category: Cheyenne News
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Kozak To Present “State Of The Police Department”

Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak is inviting the public as well as local news media to a "State of the Police Department" presentation Monday night.

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Gunshots Reported On Ames Court

Cheyenne Police were called to the 2700 Block of Ames Court shortly after midnight this morning on a report of shots fired, according to Police Spokesman Officer Dan Long.

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