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Gunslingers (FlickR User/heinsen)
Gunslingers (FlickR User/heinsen)
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Cheyenne Gunslingers Start Summer Season Saturday at High Noon

Are you ready for a wild west shootout?

The Cheyenne Gunslingers start their Summer season Saturday, June 2, at high noon at Gunslingers Square just west of the Depot on 15th Street.

The gunfights and gun safety demonstrations are free to the public throughout the Summer.

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SpaceX Dragon Capsule on Falcon 9 rocket (Roberto Gonzalez/Getty)
SpaceX Dragon Capsule on Falcon 9 rocket (Roberto Gonzalez/Getty)
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SpaceX Dragon Capsule Splashes Down in the Pacific Ocean

Do you remember the Apollo missions?

Walter Cronkite hosting the coverage on CBS TV, they'd spot the orange and white parachutes carrying the space capsule floating to a spashdown in the ocean and they would hoist the ship on to the awaiting ship.

Reminiscant of those Apollo missions, the history-making gumdrop-shaped SpaceX Dragon capsule left the International Space Station and returned to Earth floating under three orange and white parachutes to a splash down in the Pacific Ocean at 9:42 MDT this morning, May 31.

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Ezra Shaw, Getty Images
Ezra Shaw, Getty Images
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Happy 75th Birthday, Golden Gate Bridge! Watch Its Dazzling Fireworks Display

The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco lit up the night sky this Sunday with an eye-catching fireworks display in celebration of its 75th anniversary. Not only that, but live bands, plus a lot of food and dance made this the place to be for Memorial Day weekend.

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Category: History, News, Photos
Win McNamee/Cole Bennetts/Stephen Chernin, Getty
Win McNamee/Cole Bennetts/Stephen Chernin, Getty
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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Memorial Day

Most of America might look forward to Memorial Day because it gives us a three-day break from our hectic work lives and an excuse to grill great gobs of red meat over an open pit, but it’s intentions are much nobler.

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Category: Events, History, Military
Todd Warshaw, Getty Images
Todd Warshaw, Getty Images
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The 10 Best Indy 500 Finishes of All-Time

The Indianapolis 500 is the world’s largest single-day sporting event. Approximately 400,000 fans will crowd the Indianapolis Motor Speedway this Sunday to watch ‘The Greatest Spectacle in Racing’ at the 2.5-mile oval track. While drivers average speeds well in excess of 150 miles per hour, sometimes the race comes down to the final lap. Here are the 10 best Indy 500 finishes of all-time.

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Category: History, News, Sports
SpaceX Rocket Carrying Dragon Capsule On Launch Pad (Roberto Gonzalez/Getty)
SpaceX Rocket Carrying Dragon Capsule On Launch Pad (Roberto Gonzalez/Getty)
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Dragon Capsule Makes History Docking With Space Station

History was made above us in space early this morning, May 25.

The first non-governmental space vehicle, the SpaceX Dragon capsule, completed berthing with the International Space Station just after 10 a.m. (MDT).

Dragon's hatch is scheduled to be opened early Saturday morning, May 26. The station's six astronauts will unload about 1,000 pounds of cargo, including food, clothes, batteries and a laptop, plus 15 student-designed experiments.

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Wild Horses (Denis Doyle/Getty)
Wild Horses (Denis Doyle/Getty)
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‘A Horse, Of Course’ at the Wyoming State Museum

How important are horses to our area?

That's the subject of a new exhibit opening at the Wyoming State Museum on May 24.

An opening reception for the exhibit, 'A Horse, Of Course,' is scheduled from 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, May 24, in the Multi-Purpose Room of the museum in the Barrett Building at 2301 Central Avenue.

The public is invited and refreshments will be served, including a nacho bar provided by Taco John’s.

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SpaceX Rocket Falcon 9 (Roberto Gonzalez/Getty)
SpaceX Rocket Falcon 9 (Roberto Gonzalez/Getty)
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SpaceX Rocket Launch to Space Station Aborted Early Saturday Morning [UPDATE]

Will you be watching the historic launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket?

For the first time in history a private company, Space Exploration Technologies or SpaceX, will fly a NASA mission to the International Space Station.

The unmanned Dragon spacecraft will deliver much-needed supplies to the orbiting outpost.

The launch was scheduled for 2:55 a.m. (MDT) but take off was aborted just after ignition, they are expected to try again in three days during the next launch window. Coverage is being provided by NASA's website.

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Elementary School Children (Mariana Silvia Eliano/Getty)
Elementary School Children (Mariana Silvia Eliano/Getty)
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Pioneer Park Elementary Celebrates 55 Years

Where did you attend elementary school?

From kindergarten through sixth grade, I went to Pioneer Park Elementary. The school at 1407 Cosgriff Court celebrates it's 55 anniversary tomorrow, May 19.

Former students and staff of Pioneer Park are invited to an open house and lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m on Saturday.

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Fossil London 2011 Matthew Lloyd/Getty)
Fossil London 2011 Matthew Lloyd/Getty)
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Rock Show at American Legion Post 6 This Weekend!

Do you wanna rock?

You'll find lots more than just rocks this weekend at the American Legion Post 6 at 2001 East Lincolnway.

It's the Cheyenne Mineral, Fossil, Gem and Rock Show from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 19, and Sunday, May 20 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Admission is $3 and 12 and under get in free.

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Brendan Smialowski, Getty Images/Joe Raedle, Getty Images/dzbng, Flickr
Brendan Smialowski, Getty Images/Joe Raedle, Getty Images/dzbng, Flickr
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10 Surprisingly Fun Facts About Mexico for Cinco de Mayo

They’re our neighbor to the south. We share the second largest border between two countries. We enjoy their food and celebrate their culture every year on May 5. But, what do we really know about the officially named United Mexican States?

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Trolley in front of State Capitol (Courtesy Visit Cheyenne)
Trolley in front of State Capitol (Courtesy Visit Cheyenne)
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Cheyenne Trolley Tours Only Two Dollars This Weekend

Have you ever ridden on the Cheyenne Street Railway Trolley?

The red and green Trolleys aren't just for tourists, locals can still ride them and learn a bit more about our Capitol City.

To kick off the Summer season and to celebrate their 25 year, Cheyenne Street Railway Trolley Tours are only two dollars for Laramie County residents on Saturday, May 5 and Sunday, May 6.

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