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Trolley in front of State Capitol (Courtesy of Visit Cheyenne)
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Cheyenne Trolley Tours Offered for Only $2 on May 9 and 10

Have you ever ridden on the Cheyenne Street Railway Trolley?

This weekend might be an ideal opportunity to ride the Cheyenne Trolley, rides are being offered for just $2 on May 9th and 10th.

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Historic Wagon Picture from 1864
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Wyoming State Museum Family Days: Going West is Saturday, May 2

Have you ever wondered what life was like for Wyoming's pioneers?

You can discover what hardships and adventures families encountered on their travels west at the Wyoming State Museum's next Family Days on Saturday, May 2.

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Blizzard of 1936
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Do You Have Any Stories or Photos of Wyoming’s Blizzard of ’49?

Were you in Wyoming during the blizzard of 1949?

If you've lived through the 'Storm of the Century,' you can tell your stories and show off your photos at the Cheyenne Depot on Friday, April 24, from 1 to 4 p.m.

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Topical Press Agency, Getty Images
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After Almost 100 Years, A World War I Soldiers Room Is Still Intact

The deal was that whoever bought the house in Belabre, France was to keep the soldiers room "as was" in 1918.

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Omar Havana/Getty Images)
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Here Are Some Mistakes That We All Have Made In Our Lifetime In Cheyenne

As we look back on our life, we have all been guilty of doing dumb things. The good news is that we are not alone.

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Sean Gallup, Getty Images
Sean Gallup, Getty Images
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Two Cheyenne Teachers Study The Holocaust This Summer With Scholars

Two teachers from Cheyenne's Davis Elementary School had the privilege to study at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum over the summer.

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Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images
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Today In Cheyenne History: St. Mary’s Cornerstone Was Laid

If you have been in Cheyenne Wyoming any length of time, no doubt you have seen one of downtown's big landmarks: St. Mary's Cathedral Church.

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Sara Robinson
Sara Robinson
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So This Is Where Withholding Taxes Came From

Today is Monday and the last thing that you and I want to entertain are taxes.

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Orham Afatam/Think Stock
Orham Afatam/Think Stock
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Radio And Broadcasting: Where Did It All Begin?

A decade or so later, the airwaves were filled with the sounds of big bands, Jack Benny, amateur hours and news broadcasts from around the world. It's amazing the history of this great tool called radio and mystery that surrounds the public's love affair with them.

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