A couple of weeks ago, Jim Wilson (on our sister station 106-3 Cowboy Country) had a $500 dollar winner, Ms. Betty, at the “Thankful Thursday” at the Redwood Lounge on East Lincolnway here in Cheyenne. Last Thursday, I had the wonderful opportunity to hand over $350 dollars to a gal by the name of Linda Olson who knew the “Central Bank and Trust Thankful Thursday Word of the Week!” Little did I know that Linda is the daughter of Betty, our $500 dollar winner from a few Thursdays ago!
The Cheyenne Frontier Days Public Relations Committee'ss annual COATS FOR KIDS Program is seeking donations of children's winter clothing such as coats, hats, scarves or gloves. COATS FOR KIDS Coordinator Jim Lynch says there is definate need for the program in Cheyenne
The hard working committee members and volunteers stepped up to make it all come together and show that one of the greatest things about Cheyenne is, the people. Warm, welcoming and willing to step up to help others and make this global event happen
Are you running short of funds as we head toward the second weekend of Cheyenne Frontier Days? There are lots of fun events and attractions around the Capitol City that won't cost you anything to help you save some money.
Personally, I enjoy the bull riding. My wife, on the other hand, is a hardcore barrel racing fan. That might have something to do with the fact that she is a bonafide barrel racer herself, but that's another story altogether. Regardless, it seems that there is no one rodeo event that is everyone's shared favorite. Watch the video, then comment and tell me YOUR favorite!
Cheyenne Frontier Days has something for everyone. There is the rodeo, the food, the concerts, and of course.. the carnival rides. I strapped a camera to my head and checked out a couple carnival rides. In case you missed the rides or just want a reminder of the thrill, check out what these rides look like from a point of view perspective.
Did you feel like there was something missing from Cheyenne Day this morning?
It was way too quiet without the awakening roar of the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds overhead. Their annual airshow was cancelled by government budget cuts earlier this year, this marks the first time since 1953 that the jets have been grounded during Cheyenne Frontier Days.
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