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Public Service Commission Approves Cheyenne Light Rate Increase

The increase for the average Cheyenne Light residential electric customer is estimated to be $8.88 a month and $1.57 a month for the average residential natural gas customer.

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Energy Share of Wyoming Kicks Off 2013-2014 Season

Cheyenne Light, Fuel & Power spokeswoman Sharon Fain says Energy Share of Wyoming is a nonprofit organization and is a partnership of numerous organizations, utilities and businesses.

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Cheyenne Light Files for Electric and Gas Rate Increases

Cheyenne Light, Fuel and Power spokeswoman Jane Montoya says the company’s recent investments in Cheyenne’s future are described in the respective electric and natural gas rate requests.

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Cheyenne Refinery Smoke Due to Power Outage, Shutdown and Startup

Have you seen the smoke rising from Cheyenne's refinery?

We've received a lot of calls about the black and yellow-green smoke coming out of the Holly Frontier Refinery in Cheyenne on Tuesday, September 3, afternoon. Amy Richards called Kevin Burke, the refinery spokesman, and he said they had a power outage and had to shut down.

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Cheyenne Light, Fuel & Power Offers Heat Tips

With temperatures in the Cheyenne area expected to hit the low 90s this week, a spokeswoman for Cheyenne Light, Fuel and Power is offering some tips for dealing with the heat.

Sharon Fain is advising people to wear lightweight, comfortable clothes and take cool baths or showers to beat the heat

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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 Overpayment Repayment Meeting Coming Soon

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says he and other city officials will meet with representatives of Cheyenne Light Fuel and Power within the next couple of weeks to discuss the repayment of roughly $1 Million that rural Laramie County residents  were incorrectly charged in the form of a 2 percent franchise fee on their electric bills.

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Glendo State Park (Courtesy Wyoming State Parks)
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New Webcams at Glendo and Boysen Parks [AUDIO]

New webcams have been installed and are operational at Glendo and Boysen State Parks by the Wyoming Division of  State Parks, Historic Sites and Trails.   Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says he supports a proposal by Cheyenne Light, Fuel and Power to build a new generating station on Campstool Road within city limits. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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