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Since 1892, the Tivoli Building has been been a bar, brewery, brothel, Chamber of Commerce office, college classroom, clothing store, coffee shop, restaurant, storage facility and served as campaign headquarters for Wyoming Governor Matt Mead, who has owned the building since 2006...
The Cheyenne Historic Preservation Board will host its 3rd Annual "Tour the Legend" Homes Tour on September 12.
Stephanie Lowe, Planner with the City of Cheyenne Development Department, says this year's theme celebrates the state's 125th Anniversary with homes of former Wyoming governors.
The Cheyenne Historic Preservation Board will recognize two historic preservation efforts. The 25th annual Dubois Award will be presented to Damione Cameron and Troy Rumpf, co-owners of the Morris House Bistro, at 2114 Warren Avenue on Tuesday May 22nd during a reception from 5:30-7:30 p.m. The Award will be presented at 6 p.m.
The Award is named after William Dubois, one of Cheyenne's leading a