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Geritrician Outlines Alzheimers VS. Normal Forgetting

A Geriatrician at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center says it's normal to forget certain things, especially as people get older.

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Kozak: Police Working To Reduce Speeding

Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak says his officers spend a lot of time dealing with speeding motorists.

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Karsten Says Employees Can Help With Parking Issues

Cheyenne Regional Medical Center CEO Margo Karsten is asking hospital employees to park farther away to clear more space for patient parking.

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Shane Smith Offers Farmer’s Market Advice

Cheyenne Botanic Garden's Director Shane Smith says the best time to shop at a Farmer's Market depends on what your goals are.

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Wyoming Highway Patrol Graduates Six New Dispatchers

Six new dispatchers completed their classroom training and celebrated with a graduation ceremony on September 19th at the communications center.

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Laramie County Community College Hosts College Transfer Fair

Laramie County Community College will host a College Transfer Fair next month to help students transition to a university of four year college.

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Cheyenne Police Chief: Fewer Roundabout Accidents

Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak says there are fewer accidents on the Converse/Pershing/19th Street Roundabout than there were after it first opened.

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Prescription Drug Take Back Day Saturday

The Cheyenne Police Department will be participating in National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, according to spokesman Officer Dan Long.

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A Moose Wanders Into Downtown Cheyenne Wednesday

A bull  moose wandered into Cheyenne Wednesday drawing a crowd of onlookers and causing the shutdown of several streets near the Capitol building for awhile. 

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Kohl’s Donates To CRMC Injury Prevention

The Cheyenne Regional Medical Center Injury Prevention Program recently received a donation of $16,624 from the Kohl's Department Store, according to program Coordinator Stephanie Heitsch.

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