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 Cheyenne (city, Wyoming) - MSN Encarta
Cheyenne (city, Wyoming), capital city of Wyoming and seat of Laramie County, in the southeastern part of the state, on Crow Creek.
Points of interest in Cheyenne include the domed state capitol (designed 1887) and the Wyoming State Museum and State Library, which are housed in the Supreme Court building.
First inhabited by Native Americans of the Cheyenne tribe, for whom it is named, the community was permanently settled by whites and incorporated as a city soon after a division point of the Union Pacific Railroad was located here in 1867.
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 Cheyenne, Wyoming   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Cheyenne is becoming increasingly urban, as its political and economic connections put it more and more on the map of the American West.
Cheyenne was among the few such towns to survive the completion of the railroad and become a train station city.
In 1869, Cheyenne was declared the unofficial capitol of the Wyoming Territory.
www.ultimatewyoming.com /HTML/sectionpages/sec6/Cheyenne/cheyenne.html   (695 words)

  
 Cheyenne, Wyoming - Travel and Vacation Info
Cheyenne (pop 53000) is the capitol of Wyoming, its largest city and the hub of commerce for the state.
Cheyenne is also home to FE Warren Air Force Base, which hosts a variety of air shows throughout the year and has a rather interesting museum featuring permanent exhibits on military missiles, including the Patriot.
Cheyenne can be easily accessed from all directions on the compass as it sits at the crossroads of the major east/west route of I-80 and the major north/south route if I-25.
www.go-wyoming.com /Cheyenne   (210 words)

  
 Travel in Cheyenne-Wyoming-USA-History-WorldTravelGate.net®-   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
On August 8, 1867, the first charter for the government of the City of Cheyenne was established and H. Cook was elected mayor.
At the time, Cheyenne was situated in the Dakota Territory and had a population of approximately 600 people.
Cheyenne was proclaimed to be "a City of the First Class" organized under the provisions of the State of Wyoming with all the powers and obligations thereto on July 9, 1945.
www.americatravelling.net /usa/wyoming/cheyenne/cheyenne_history.htm   (215 words)

  
 Preserve America Community: Cheyenne, Wyoming
Preserve America is a White House initiative in cooperation with the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation; the U.S. Departments of Defense, Interior, Agriculture, Commerce, Housing and Urban Development, Transportation, and Education; the National Endowment for the Humanities; the President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities; and the President's Council on Environmental Quality.
Cheyenne (population 53,000) was first settled in 1867 and is the capital of Wyoming.
Cheyenne is a member of Tracks Across Wyoming, a partnership of Southern Wyoming communities and organizations that has been formed to promote, preserve, enhance and interpret the area's historic transcontinental transportation corridor.
www.preserveamerica.gov /3-18-04PAcommunity-cheyenneWY.html   (376 words)

  
 The US50 - A guide to the state of Wyoming - History
One of the earliest explorers of Wyoming was John Colter in 1807.
Wyoming is also known as the "Equality State" because of the rights women have traditionally enjoyed here.
Wyoming women were the first in the nation to vote, serve on juries and hold public office.
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 Cheyenne Wyoming Personal Injury Lawyer
The Wyoming Supreme Court has issued a ruling that could make it difficult for skiers injured on ski lifts to collect damages saying that the inherent risk that skiers accept while on a mountain includes their time spent on the chair lifts.
In June, the Cheyenne City Council agreed on this ban, but because of a petition drive by opponents to get the issue before voters in November the ban was delayed.
Cheyenne and Laramie are the only two cities in Wyoming that have a smoking ban in bars and restaurants.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Cheyenne
The Diocese of Cheyenne, established 9 August, 1887, is coextensive with the State of Wyoming, an area of 97,575 square miles.
Wyoming had been included in the Diocese of Omaha, established in 1885; before that it belonged to the Vicariate Apostolic of Nebraska.
The first Mass, of which there is a record, offered up within the territory of Wyoming was celebrated by the Jesuit missionary, Father De Smet, on the open prairie at the fur-traders' rendezvous on Green River, Sunday, 4 July, 1840.
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 The AP in Wyoming
In Wyoming, our news, photos and other services are published, carried online or aired in 11 daily and semi-weekly newspapers, about 60 radio and TV stations, and in some weekly newspapers.
Cheyenne Correspondent Dan Lewerenz is in immediate charge of Wyoming operations and the main contact point for AP members in the state who have questions or requests concerning the day-to-day news operation.
The winter meeting is in January, during the winter Wyoming Press Association convention, usually in Casper or Cheyenne.
www.ap.org /wyoming   (505 words)

  
 City of Cheyenne
Cheyenne is an active economic, cultural and political center for the northern plains and is the capital of the state of Wyoming.
Cheyenne is approximately 100 miles north of Denver, Colorado.
Cheyenne offers a wide diversity of activities year round including organized sports programs offered through the City; special community events like Super Day, Cheyenne Frontier Days™ western celebration and rodeo which is known as The Daddy of 'em AllĀ®, Oktoberfest, The Goblin Walk, and the
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 Cheyenne Cheyenne, Wyoming (Cities)
Cheyenne, the State Capital, is located in Laramie County County and is the county seat.
Today Cheyenne, population 55,608, is a political, economic and cultural center of the northern plains.
Cheyenne is part of the Cheyenne, Wyoming metro area.
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 Cheyenne, Wyoming - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Camp Cheyenne was founded on the 5th of July, 1867, by General Augur.
Cheyenne Frontier Days are a major event on the professional rodeo circuit.
Cheyenne is the home of F.E. Warren Air Force Base.
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 Cheyenne Regional Medical Center, Cheyenne, Wyoming
Cheyenne Regional Medical Center is a nonprofit, county hospital located in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
Established in 1867, Cheyenne Regional Medical Center (CRMC) is one of the oldest hospitals in the western United States, a community-centered hospital with a mission to care for every patient who passes through its doors.
Cheyenne Regional Medical Center recently opened a new, private patient tower as part of its goal to provide every hospital patient with a private room.
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 Dianne Wides, Realtor in Cheyenne, Wyoming
As Cheyenne continues to grow, it still stands as a crossroads between the Old West and the New West, a community in which the romance of old western traditions continues to survive alongside the growing modern businesses.
Cheyenne prides itself on its blend of the Old and New West, its excellent schools, its strong business community and overall great quality of life.
Cheyenne is located near the geographical center of North America.
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 Employment Information
From its inception in 1867, Cheyenne, Wyoming, has always been a railroad and military town, but it is also a center for business, education and government.
As Wyoming's capital city, Cheyenne is home to large contingents of state, federal and local government and a large private service sector based on the government economy.
While appreciating the stability of its government-based economy, Cheyenne's business community is actively working to diversify the economy and expand the economic base.
www.cheyennechamber.org /employment/index.asp   (315 words)

  
 Cheyenne Deck Builders | Decks Contractors in Cheyenne, WY
Cheyenne deck builders are key to our business and your home because they can provide you not only entertaining space, but also extra living space.
Many think of living space as only indoor space, but many Cheyenne deck builders have heard from their clients that they spend every waking hour on their decks dining, reading, entertaining, grilling, sunbathing, enjoying cocktails, and chatting with friends.
Cheyenne deck builders are valuable resources because they can add so much life and space to your home.
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 Cheyenne Photos IV
Cheyenne was promoted by the Union Pacific through pamphlets such as Robert E. Strahorn's The Hand-Book of Wyoming and guide to the Black Hills and Big Horn Regions for Citizens, Emigrant and Tourist as the shortest and safest route the the Black Hills.
Robert E. Stahorn, an early settler in Cheyenne and self-styled "Alter Ego of the Western Press," was a war correspondent during the Civil War and accompanied Gen. Crook's expedition to Rosebud.
In Cheyenne, it relieved the city of Madames Elanora "Madam Mustache" Dumont and "Dirty Emma" with their respective "boarding houses" of "working girls." Others who departed on the wagon train included Abilene's former "pimp" marshal Wild Bill Hickok, who had taken up residence in Cheyenne.
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 Wyoming Tribune-Eagle Online - Cheyenne, Wyoming News and Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
CHEYENNE - Almost a third of likely voters in Wyoming haven't decided how to vote in the state superintendent of public instruction race, a statewide poll shows.
CHEYENNE - No one argues that the lot in the 300 block of Lupe Road contains buried asbestos.
CHEYENNE - His genius stems from the remarkable experiences he has had, the ability gained during his unbridled quest to be the best and the signature class revealed in his need to teach even one person.
www.wyomingnews.com   (483 words)

  
 Welcome to Around Cheyenne - City Portal for Cheyenne Wyoming   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Cheyenne is a unique blend of old and new in a city that offers plenty to see and do.
Though Cheyenne police aren't yet saying whether today's deaths are homicides, Cheyenne has seen a number of homicides this year.
The University of Wyoming has a new athletics director and he's a native of the state.
www.aroundcheyenne.com   (285 words)

  
 Wyoming Highways @ RockyMountainRoads.com
Wyoming's mileposts are based on the secret control number, so the mileposts along a given route may not be unique only to that signed route number.
Don't hold your breath for Wyoming to boot the cowboy off the plates to reflect PETA's politically correct campaign." Miss Sigmon said the plates are a promotion of rodeos, although there is no mention of rodeos on the plates, which contain the image, license number and state name.
Cheyenne and Oregon Trail Loop begins on Interstate 25 in Cheyenne and follows U.S. to Torrington, U.S. past Ft. Laramie to Guernsey, Wyoming 270 through Hartville to Manville and finally U.S. back to Interstate 25 south of Douglas.
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 Cheyenne Photos IV-
That, of course, is Cheyenne, long the headquarters of the stockmen of the West, and once a very wild and wide-open city.
But Cheyenne is like Wyoming itself, in a transition state, and its future is far more glorious than the noisy, profligate, and unnatural past.
Davis took a difficult home mission field in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and with the same courage battled for a year or more against the liquor hells and other evils, for which early Cheyenne was so notorious.
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 Wyoming Travel - A Cheyenne Getaway - WyomingTourism.org
Saturday is a good day to visit the Historic Governors’ Mansion and Wyoming State Museum, as well as the unusual private Nelson Museum of the West, since all three are closed Sundays.
Dinosaur bones, wildlife dioramas, and a kids’ hand-on history room are among the permanent exhibits at the Wyoming State Museum, located in the Barrett Building near the State Capitol.
Cheyenne may be best known for its midsummer Frontier Days Rodeo (10 days starting the last full week of July), but you can relive rodeo history and excitement all year long with a stop at the Frontier Days Old West Museum in Frontier Park.
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 Cheyenne Apartments - Find a rental or apartment in Cheyenne, Wyoming
Cheyenne has great apartments to choose from in a variety of different neighborhoods.
The Cheyenne area has great neighborhoods and shopping centers and many apartments are just a short distance away.
Cheyenne Senior Housing - MOVE can help you find the perfect senior housing solution.
www.rentnet.com /apartments/city.jhtml?city=cheyenne&state=wy   (343 words)

  
 Cheyenne, Wyoming hotel near Warren Air Force Base - Comfort Inn 82007, WY020
This Cheyenne hotel is close to area attractions like Warren Air Force Base, the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens, Terry Bison Ranch, Wyoming Hereford Ranch and Wyoming Territorial Park.
Cheyenne brings the Old West experience alive through numerous museums, parks and a Cheyenne Frontier Days festival.
Whether you decide to take in a Wild West gun show with the Cheyenne Gunslingers or go for a peaceful stroll through the beautiful Cheyenne Botanical Gardens, our goal at the Comfort Inn hotel is to make your stay with us relaxing and enjoyable.
www.choicehotels.com /ires/en-us/html/HotelInfo?hotel=WY020   (375 words)

  
 Cheyenne Department of Urban Forestry and Cheyenne trees, caring for trees in Cheyenne, Wyoming
Cheyenne Department of Urban Forestry and Cheyenne trees, caring for trees in Cheyenne, Wyoming
The Urban Forestry Operation is a Division of the City of Cheyenne Parks and Recreation Department
Property owners in the City of Cheyenne are required to maintain their private trees and right-of-way trees abutting their property, for the safe use of city streets, alleys, and sidewalks.
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 Cheyenne Wyoming Travel & Tours - Cheyenne Wyoming Vacations - Cheyenne Wyoming Hotels & Resorts, Cheyenne Wyoming ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
A comfortable inn tucked away in the middle of Laramie, Wyoming a stone's throw from the University of Wyoming campus.
Beautifully appointed country inn style hotel located three blocks from the historic Jackson Hole, Wyoming town square.
Likewise, it is the responsibility of advertisers to determine the suitability and credit worthiness of potential customers prior to any transaction.
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 Southeast Wyoming - WyomingTourism.org
Cheyenne (the State Capital) and Laramie are the gateway cities for visitors entering the state from the east on Interstate 80.
The prairies of Southeast Wyoming support farming and ranching — herds of cattle and sheep and vast stretches of wheat fields color the land.
Cheyenne, in fact, is home to the annual Frontier Days rodeo.
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