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New Year’s Eve Ball Drop Adds Family Event

Visit Cheyenne Executive Director Darren Rudloff says a new "family friendly" event has been added to this year's New Year's Eve Ball Drop celebration.

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Quiet Zone, West 24th Street
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Railroad Quiet Zones Complete

Work on two railroad ''quiet zones" in Cheyenne has been completed.

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Darren Rudloff
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Rudloff Urges Lodging Tax Renewal

Visit Cheyenne President Darren Rudloff is urging Laramie County voters to approve a renewal of the county's lodging tax on this year's election ballot.

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Consumers Prepare For Halloween skeleton mask costume
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Cheyenne Trolley Ghost Tours This Month

The Cheyenne Street Railways Fright-seeing Ghost Tours will hit the streets again later this month.

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Darren Rudloff
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Rudloff Named To Foundation Board

Rudloff says he thinks he can bring a western perspective to the board that will be useful.

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Jordan Dawson, Townsquare Media
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Rudloff: Cheyenne Frontier Days Went Well

Rudloff says from what he's seen and heard, he thinks Cheyenne Frontier Days 2014 will go down as at least one of the top ten CFDs in terms of attendance,

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Curt Gowdy State Park
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Visit Cheyenne Launching New Ad Campaign

He says one focus of the campaign is to let people know there are other outdoor recreational opportunities in Wyoming than just Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks

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plains hotel
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Rudloff Urges Renewal Of Lodging Tax

Darren Rudloff says it's important to remember that local residents don't pay the tax unless they stay in a lodging facility.

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New Visitor Information Kiosks In Place

The kiosks are in place at the Cheyenne depot, the parking garage and the capitol building.

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“Big Boy” Locomotive To Visit Cheyenne

The locomotives were originally designed to haul trains through mountainous terrain, and weigh around 1.2 million pounds when fully loaded with fuel.

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