t's rare these days to have a teen take time to talk to someone they don't know, which makes me proud that I had the privilege of one visiting the studio whose hobby is not organic farming, painting, video gaming or bungee jumping, but one that requires an engine and a pair of wheels.
The Cheyenne High Plains Audubon Society, in cooperation with the Cheyenne Parks Department and Simon Contractors, invite you and your friends to pick up trash along one of the most "bird-ful" roads in Cheyenne.
May is National Stoke Awareness Month, which makes it an opportune time to ensure you are able to recognize the symptoms, know how to avoid them, and what to do if you or a loved one experiences a stroke.
As a parent, we can typically handle those types of injuries to our children. But we all want to help our children avoid some of the more serious injuries which can lead to permanent injuries or even death.
According to historians, Arbor Day was first placed on April 10, 1872 in Nebraska. It was from the vision of Julius Sterling Morton (1832-1902) who was a Nebraska journalist and politician originally from the state of Michigan.
Attention all masterpiece concert goers and enthusiasts. It's time to mark your calendars. Grab a friend and pack a lunch because this Friday, April 25, 2014 from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. the Laramie County Library is hosting another informal and informative hour of conversation with a pre-concert lecture in the Cottonwood Room.
Have you been looking for a way to support your local Cheyenne Police Department and the fallen officers who served your community? You will have that chance on Saturday May 10, 2014 when Cheyenne and the Cheyenne Police Department kick off the 1st annual 5K walk and run.
Three cooks will prepare an appetizer, entree, and dessert for the judges. The catch? They can only use the ingredients that is provided to them – which will be items from a three-day emergency kit. The event will be publicized so the general public can attend.
The free mulch pick-up runs from Wednesday, April 23 thru Wednesday April 30, 2014. Cheyenne residents can go by and load up mulch at the City of Cheyenne Compost Facility located on Windmill Road in Cheyenne.
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