Cheyenne Airport to Get Much Needed Runway Rehabilitation
The Cheyenne Regional Airport Board approved a grant agreement with the FAA for up to $1 million dollars for rehabilitation to its runways. Airport Manager Dave Harring says the project, which is expected to begin in September, will include removing rubber buildup on the approach to the airports main runway...
LCCC Commencement Moved To Storey Gym
Due to limited seating in the college’s original venue, the LCCC Commencement Ceremony will be held at Storey Gymnasium, 2810 House Ave. The time has not changed. It will still begin at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 11. The GED Graduation (10 a.m.) ...
Concert Association Reschedules Concert
The Cheyenne Concert Association program “Two on Tap” which was to be held tonight (Tuesday) at 7:30 p.m. is cancelled. It has been rescheduled for this Friday at Central High School at 7:30 p.m. “Two on Tap” features two Broadway theatre performers preforming classic precision tap choreography to early Broadway melodies...
Simulator Lab To Open at U.W. [AUDIO]
A drilling simulator teaching laboratory will be opening next fall at the University of Wyoming. Chemical and Petroleum engineering professor David Bagley says the lab will provide students and industry personnel with a full simulated experience of drilling oil reservoirs. For the sixth year running, the Wyoming Film Office is seeking submissions for drilling simulation software to run on comput
Cheyenne Frontier Days: Catch a Rodeo!
How did the “Daddy of ‘em All”® rodeo start you ask? Well, let’s take a look back in the 1890’s and find out… In the west, the cowboys ran the land. After months of tending to their livestock on the open range, the cowboys would return to their ranches...
Cheyenne International Film Festival Opens Tonight – Schedule
Tonight is the kickoff of the Cheyenne International Film Festival, with a community reception at the Depot from 5-7 pm. Events continue through Sunday night; a full schedule is after the jump. Our own Jon Green will be photographing the event and posting updates throughout the three-day event. Tickets are required for most events and are available online or at Phoenix Books & Music, 1612 Capi
The Cheyenne BOOtification Ball 2011
By: Katrina Petersen From a bar of soap to a mangled man that got in a motorcycle wreck, all types of costumes were seen at the 2011 Boo Ball on Saturday, October 22nd at the Holiday Inn. This annual fundraiser benefits the “Beautifying the Community of Cheyenne” project...
Sam Adams Comes to Comedy Night Oct. 21
Friday Night Live! Comedy at the Historic Atlas Theatre is back! Check below for more details, including a link to purchase tickets online.