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  • Elk Hunting in Wyoming

    Elk population across the state is still strong according to WyomingNews.com. Some decline in herd numbers are being seen in northwestern Wyoming due to changes in habitat and predators, causing them to change the configuration of their hunting seasons. A majority of herds are at or above their normal numbers, giving hunters plenty of ...
    Posted to Cheyenne Wyoming News & Events (Weblog) by 522094 on October 19, 2010
  • EchoStar Chooses Cheyenne!

    Echo Star Broadcasting Corp.,  has selected Cheyenne as the location for its new multi-million dollar data center!According for EchoStar spokesman Marc Lumpkin, more than 50 locations across the U.S. were under consideration for the data center.This is a very exciting time for Cheyenne as we will be undergoing even more expansion in our great ...
    Posted to Cheyenne Wyoming News & Events (Weblog) by 522094 on October 7, 2010
  • Seasonal Adventures

    Summer has come to an end as the leaves change and the temperatures cool. It's that time of year where the weather is perfect to be active outdoors enjoying the crisp weather and beautiful leaves changing. You may be wondering what adventures you can partake in in the Cheyenne area. Below I have listed a few of the best ways to enjoy the fall ...
    Posted to Cheyenne Wyoming News & Events (Weblog) by 522094 on September 16, 2010
  • Fort Bridger Rendezvous 2010

    Take a walk in the past this holiday weekend and wind down summer by enjoying the 38th Annual Fort Bridger Rendezvous. This rendezvous is in celebration of the Fur Trade Rendezvous Era (1825-1840). The Mountain Man Rendezvous is one your family will be sure to remember for years. Come experience what it took to survive way back in the 1800s. ...
    Posted to Cheyenne Wyoming News & Events (Weblog) by 522094 on August 31, 2010
  • Day Trip to Vedauwoo Recreational Area

    At an altitude of 8,000 feet, Vedauwoo is a rather secluded rock oasis in southeastern Wyoming, filled with dense prin forests and aspen groves.  Vedauwoo is designated as a semiprimitive area and enjoyed by a broad array of recreational users.  It is a place of inherent natural beauty and mystery, seemingly frozen in time due to its ...
    Posted to Cheyenne Wyoming News & Events (Weblog) by 522094 on August 8, 2010