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The 444 Monkeys Oyster Bar Restaurant was one of Cheyenne's earliest businesses. Wyoming State Archives.
The 444 Monkeys Oyster Bar Restaurant was one of Cheyenne's earliest businesses. Wyoming State Archives.
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November 28, 1867: Cheyenne’s First Thanksgiving Dinner

On November 28, 1867, just 15 days after the Union Pacific Railroad had reached Cheyenne, one of the town's original shopkeepers, H.H. Ellis, helped prepare the first Thanksgiving feast in the new city...

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BIPS, Getty Images
BIPS, Getty Images
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Cheyenne’s Five Biggest ‘Gut Busters’

One of the best things about Thanksgiving is eating yourself into a food coma; devouring plate after plate until you nearly explode.

To properly prepare you for this week's gluttony, here's our completely unofficial list of the five biggest "gutbusters" in and around Cheyenne...

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Jerrad Anderson, Brian "Alf" Grzegorczyk, Leslie Hill, Donovan Short and Rob Roberts pose with the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters Award for "Best Public Service".
Jerrad Anderson, Brian "Alf" Grzegorczyk, Leslie Hill, Donovan Short and Rob Roberts pose with the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters Award for "Best Public Service".
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A Salute to Cheyenne’s Million Dollar Man, Brian ‘Alf’ Grzegorczyk

Last night, Cheyenne's Thankful Thursday officially passed a major milestone. In six years, the event has now raised over $1 milllion for local charities...

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Coop, Townsquare Media
Coop, Townsquare Media
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A Cheyenne Neighborhood Decorates For Halloween [Photo Gallery]

Its children in costume and people handing out candy. It's cool crisp air, fallen leaves, ghosts, vampires, bats, jack-o-lanterns and spiders. It's Halloween.

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The bell tower at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in downtown Cheyenne is said to be haunted by the ghost of a mason who fell to his death while building the tower in the 1920s. Rick Roddam, Townsquare Media
The bell tower at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in downtown Cheyenne is said to be haunted by the ghost of a mason who fell to his death while building the tower in the 1920s. Rick Roddam, Townsquare Media
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Cheyenne’s Five Most Haunted Places

Ever since the Union Railroad Railroad arrived in 1867, Cheyenne has been a haven for miners, gunslingers, gamblers, and rugged frontiersman looking to stake a claim...

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Amy Richards, Townsquare Media
Amy Richards, Townsquare Media
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It’s Clear To Cheyenne Residents On Who Has The Very Best Tacos Here

Taco Tuesday is a pretty big deal in the Capital City, but finding the best tacos in town may be a challenge. However, you spoke and we listened on who has the best tacos.

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Bay Area Charities Feed The Needy Ahead Of Thanksgiving
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Cheyenne’s Best Pumpkin Pie Place [Poll Results]

And I thought the best was Shari's Cafe's Triple Layer pumpkin pie was the best, but it was time to ask for your choice.

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Jerrad Anderson, Townsquare Media
Jerrad Anderson, Townsquare Media
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The History of the Capital City Bowl [Poll]

Tonight, Cheyenne Central and Cheyenne East renew their rivalry on the football field for the 67th time.

The Capital City Bowl dates back to East High's inaugural season in 1960...

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First United Methodist Church  in Cheyenne, Mike Rorabeck, Townsquare Media
First United Methodist Church in Cheyenne, Mike Rorabeck, Townsquare Media
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This Day In Cheyenne History: The First Methodist Sermon Is Preached

You may be one of those who either grew up in church or you regularly attend church now. History was made in Cheyenne back in 1867, when the first sermon was preached here.

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Bay Area Charities Feed The Needy Ahead Of Thanksgiving
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Who Has Cheyenne’s Favorite Pumpkin Pie? [Poll]

It’s time to ask: Who serves Cheyenne’s favorite pumpkin pie?

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