Burns, WY

Police Ask for Help in Locating Suspect

The Cheyenne Police Department is investigating a stolen purse and credit card fraud case. The female in this picture is suspected of using bolt cutters to break into a locker at Gold’s Gym located at 1616 Pershing Boulevard. She then stole a purse that contained two wallets and made...
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Cheyenne, Laramie, Rawlins All Well Below Normal Precip So Far

With the calendar year almost half-over, many locations around southeast Wyoming are running well-below normal precipitation for the date, according to the Cheyenne Office of the National Weather Service. That includes the communities of Laramie, Cheyenne, and Rawlins. The situation is especially dire in Laramie, which is facing its third-driest...
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July 4 approaching, city has advice to keep pets – and their humans – safe

CHEYENNE – With July 4 and its accompanying fireworks approaching, this city has some common-sense tips for residents on how to keep their animals safe. And no, we're not talking only about humans. The city of Cheyenne and its animal control officers are recommending some steps people can take "to help keep you and your pets safe during firework shows." "Ensure your pets (especially dogs) are placed in a safe,...

Board of Public Utilities announces changes to its Industrial Pretreatment Program

The City of Cheyenne Board of Public Utilities (BOPU) announces changes to its Industrial Pretreat Program (IPP). Beginning July 1, 2022, all food service establishments within the BOPU’s jurisdiction will have the option to submit grease manifests digitally using the new online reporting system SwiftComply. This program implementation aims to standardize reporting, improve communication, and ensure compliance with Cheyenne’s City Code.

The 66th Annual Old Fashioned Melodrama To Kick Off In July

It feels like 2022 is like a rocketship, forcing its way to the end of the calendar year. Can you believe July is at the end of this week? As you're strapped in tight and waiting on this Chuck Yeager of a year to pass you by, make sure you hold on and enjoy some of the more fun parts of Cheyenne in the Summer.

LCCC Announces New Head Volleyball Coach

Laramie County Community College announces the hiring of Golden Eagle Head Volleyball Coach, Zach Shaver. Shaver is a veteran of college coaching, with more than 22 years of coaching experience at the NCAA DI and DII levels. Most recently Shaver was the head coach at Yavapai College (Arizona), where he led the team to three Region Championships, two District Championships, one ACCAC Championship, and two appearances in the NJCAA DI National Championship Tournament (2015 & 2020).

Relatively hidden FitLot Park gives residents a chance to get active

CHEYENNE – Though the FitLot Park has been open for two years now, it’s finally time for AARP and Cheyenne Recreation to celebrate the small outdoor addition to the city of Cheyenne. Yet many might not be aware of its existence. In Holliday Park, adjacent to the playground and tennis courts, is an installation of several all-weather athletic stations that effectively create an exercise circuit for anyone looking for a calorie burn. ...

Storms, Strong Winds Possible In SE Wyoming This Week

The Cheyenne Office of the National Weather Service says southeast Wyoming residents can expect some possible storms this week, along with strong winds that may especially happen towards Wednesday. The agency posted this statement on its website: ''Here's a look at the weather for the upcoming work week across southeast...

Fallen Wyoming Marine to pass through Cheyenne

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The body of a Wyoming Marine killed earlier this month is scheduled to pass through Cheyenne this afternoon on the way to Buffalo, where he will be buried. Cpl. Seth Rasmuson, who graduated from Buffalo High School in 2019, was among the five Marines killed June 8 after an Osprey aircraft crashed in southern California. Rasmuson’s family confirmed his death with the Buffalo Bulletin in the days after the crash.