The National Weather Service has confirmed Cheyenne had its hottest summer ever recorded this year (because it’s 2020).
Cheyenne Botanic Gardens volunteers boast theirs is the only botanic gardens in the nation to have a submarine periscope. But the journey that ended with the periscope finding its new home in Cheyenne took a lot of planning, fast thinking and even more luck.
Visiting legislators generate about $1.25 million in direct spending during a typical 40-day session. Direct spending means that this is what the legislators spend in Cheyenne, whether it’s for meals, lodging, transportation and business services.
Eric Trowbridge, the founder of a Cheyenne technology school aimed at introducing students to computer programming, plans to tell attendees at a national technology conference that technology can work in rural America. Trowbridge, founder and CEO of the Array Technology and Design School, will be one of the speakers at the Silicon Slopes Tech Summit…
With local, state, and federal help, a brand new terminal had been built in Cheyenne for what appeared to be non-existent airlines. It was seemingly a Wyoming version of the famous Alaska bridge to nowhere.
For 30 years, singer-songwriter Michael DeGreve was a fixture at Cheyenne’s old Hitching Post Inn.