Our Cheyenne news staff. Amy Richards is news director, with reporting from Doug Randall, Kari Eakins, Karen Snyder, Daniel Sandoval, Sharon Fain and Ahren Broad.
Cheyenne News Staff
Cheyenne East Wins 4A State Championship
East scored all their points in the first half. They went scoreless in the second half but held on for the win.
Adams Guides Pokes to 85-64 Victory over Arkansas State
Sophomore guard Josh Adams paced three Cowboys in double figures with a career-high 20 points to help the University of Wyoming men’s basketball team to an 85-64 win over Arkansas State on Saturday afternoon in the Arena-Auditorium.
East Side of Roundabout to Close Friday
The cost of the roundabout is $4.5 million with the Fifth Penny Sales Tax funding the street, sidewalk andstorm sewer improvements.
Game & Fish: You Can Get Your 2014 Boat Registration Now
Game and Fish Spokesman Al Langston says registration is required of any boat with a motor, electric or internal combustion. No registration is required of craft without motors.
East and Natrona Square Off in 4A Championship Game
Cheyenne East Thunderbirds will face of aganst the Casper Natrona Mustangs in the 4A championship game Saturday at War Memorial in Laramie
BOPU Projects for Upcoming Week
This list consists of the projects that require traffic controls and may be of interest to motorists and residents.
Remember the 8 Team Raises over $35,000 at ING New York City Marathon
Mrs. Mead said the team ran in brown and gold singlets featuring the winged foot emblem used to memorialize the eight cross country runners.
University Of Wyoming Professors Publish Rock Textbook
In the textbook, the authors engage students by applying petrology to real geologic environments.
High West Energy Holds Annual Membership Meeting
The annual meeting of the members of High West Energy, Inc. will be held at Kimball High School in Kimball, Nebraska at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 9, 2013.
University Receives Review of Football and Basketball Programs
UW President Robert Sternberg received the final report Sunday. Sternberg said the university appreciates the work done by CSA and believes the report contains some valuable suggestions on how to make our programs even stronger.