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Cheyenne Light Issues Fraud Advisory

Cheyenne Light, Fuel & Power received a confirmed report yesterday afternoon of a scam involving unknown parties impersonating Cheyenne Light personnel and demanding money.

According to yesterday’s report, the fraudulent caller directed the customer to pay a specified amount by purchasing a pre-paid visa card or their electricity would be disconnected. Th

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‘Power of Trees’ Tree Planting Saturday

Employees from Cheyenne Light, Fuel and Power as well as volunteers from the Cheyenne Cottonwood Society and the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce Leadership Cheyenne Class will be celebrating ''The Power of Trees" Saturday

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PSC Approves CLFP Rate Increase to Cover Plant Construction

The Wyoming Public Service Commission has approved a rate increase for Cheyenne Light, Fuel and Power customers to help the utility pay for construction of the new Cheyenne Prairie Generating Station.

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Cheyenne Light: Natural Gas Prices Likely to Be Flat This Winter

Cheyenne Light, Fuel & Power’s natural gas prices this winter are expected to remain flat or slightly below 2011 prices overall.  Last winter was warmer than normal across Cheyenne Light’s service territory. If weather is colder this winter than last, total heating bills could be higher than last winter if customers increase their usage. Besides price, usage is the other factor that determines overall natural gas utility bills, and weather is a key driver in how much natural gas customers use to heat their homes and businesses.

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Cheyenne Electric Plant Gets Green Light [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services has announced the opening of "Beyond the Rack", a non-profit that provides men appropriate attire for job interviews and prepares them for the first week of employment. Amy Richards reports. The EPA on Friday issued final permits for the Cheyenne-Prairie Wind electrical plant. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News

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Kaysen Says City May Have to Pay Refunds

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says the city may end up having to pay refunds to Laramie County residents who were incorrectly charged a two percent franchise fee by Cheyenne Light, Fuel and Power.

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Consumer Advocate, CLFP Agree on Power Plant Proposal

The state Office of Consumer Advocate has reached an agreement with Cheyenne, Light, Fuel and Power and it's parent company, Black Hills Power, on a proposal to build a new power plant in Laramie County.

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Kaysen: No Conflict in Utility Vote

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says he plans to vote on a proposal to allow High West Energy a franchise to serve 14 customers in Cheyenne when the issue comes back before the city council.

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Cheyenne Light Warns Customers of Phone Scam

Cheyenne Light, Fuel & Power is warning customers of a nationwide scam that wrongly claims President Barack Obama is providing credits or applying payments to utility bills. The scammers have phoned customers or contacted them in person, posted fliers and used social media and text messages to perpetuate the scam.

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Finance Committee Sends High West Energy Franchise Agreement to Council

The Cheyenne City Council finance committee  voted 2-1  Monday in favor of sending a proposal to grant High West Energy a franchise to continue serving 14 customers within the Cheyenne city limits

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