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  • “The Wizard of Oz” tour will stop in Cheyenne - Wyoming Tribune“The Wizard of Oz” tour will stop in Cheyenne - Wyoming Tribune

    Wyoming Tribune“The Wizard of Oz” tour will stop in CheyenneWyoming TribuneThe Tin Man, the Cowardly Lion, the Scarecrow and Dorothy perform in the live adaptation of “The Wizard of Oz.” Courtesy. “The Wizard of Oz” tour isn't in Kansas anymore, Toto. Next Thursday night, the adaptation of the classic 1939 film will be staged ...

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  • Cheyenne city councilman Richard Johnson is at it againCheyenne city councilman Richard Johnson is at it again

    Cheyenne city councilman Richard Johnson stopped by the morning show to talk about what organization he is helping this year. He's working to bring in donations to Beyond the Rack.

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  • WY Cheyenne WY Zone Forecast - Argus PressWY Cheyenne WY Zone Forecast - Argus Press

    WY Cheyenne WY Zone ForecastArgus PressCopyright 2017 AccuWeather. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. © 2017 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.and more »

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  • Traveling "Remember Our Fallen" memorial comes to CheyenneTraveling "Remember Our Fallen" memorial comes to Cheyenne

    Colonel Lloyd Buzzell, 20th Air Force Vice Commander, says there is a unique feeling when you see the faces of the individuals who sacrificed their lives for our country. He added, "It's very impacting to realize that behind every single face, beyond every single photo and image, there's a huge story, not just of the person, but their families that were left behind."

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  • Cowboys Face Critical Game in Home Finale [VIDEO]Cowboys Face Critical Game in Home Finale [VIDEO]

    In a match-up of two teams in contention for the Mountain West Championship, the Wyoming Cowboys host the Fresno State Bulldogs Saturday in Laramie. Continue reading…

    KGAB / 17 h. 11 min. ago
  • Traveling "Remember Our Fallen" memorial comes to Cheyenne - KGWNTraveling "Remember Our Fallen" memorial comes to Cheyenne - KGWN

    KGWNTraveling "Remember Our Fallen" memorial comes to CheyenneKGWNThe traveling memorial is helping remember men and women who sacrificed their lives during the Global War on Terror.and more »

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  • Bohl and the Cowboys Face an Improved Fresno State Team [VIDEO]Bohl and the Cowboys Face an Improved Fresno State Team [VIDEO]

    The Wyoming Cowboys continue their pursuit of a shot at the Mountain West Championship Saturday against the Fresno State Bulldogs. Continue reading…

    KGAB / 18 h. 15 min. ago
  • Cheyenne city council holds meeting on Christensen Road project - KGWNCheyenne city council holds meeting on Christensen Road project - KGWN

    KGWNCheyenne city council holds meeting on Christensen Road projectKGWNCHEYENNE, Wyo - The Cheyenne city council held a meeting Friday afternoon about the Christensen Road overpass project. The project, which is funded by the sixth penny tax, and that has been approved for 15-million dollars, is now in question. According ...

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  • EXCLUSIVE:  Feds — Death Caused By Drugs Prescribed By Former Casper DoctorEXCLUSIVE: Feds — Death Caused By Drugs Prescribed By Former Casper Doctor

    Wyoming U.S. District Court sealed the entire case until the defendants have heard the new charges against them in their initial appearances. Continue reading…

    KGAB / 19 h. 55 min. ago
  • CBS Sports Radio Host Rich Ackerman Talks College Football, NFL on the SportsZone [AUDIO]CBS Sports Radio Host Rich Ackerman Talks College Football, NFL on the SportsZone [AUDIO]

    by Keith Kelley–17 Nov ’17 You can hear Rich Ackerman over the weekends, as he is the host of “Eye on College Football” and “Eye on Football”, Saturday’s and Sunday’s.  Ackerman was on the SportsZone Thursday evening talking college football and a little NFL. https://www.kfbcradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/11.15.17-RICK-ACKERMAN.mp3  

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  • Fresno Bee Columnist Marek Warszawski Talks Wyo/Fresno St. on the SportsZone [AUDIO]Fresno Bee Columnist Marek Warszawski Talks Wyo/Fresno St. on the SportsZone [AUDIO]

    by Keith Kelley–17 Nov ’17 The Wyoming Cowboys host Fresno State tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon.  Marek Warszawski is a columnist for the Fresno Bee, and he will be covering the game.  He was on the SportsZone Thursday afternoon. https://www.kfbcradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/11.16.17-MAREK-WARSZAWSKI.mp3  

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  • Cheyenne Chamber Women's Leadership Award Finalists AnnouncedCheyenne Chamber Women's Leadership Award Finalists Announced

    Do you have a favorite candidate for this award? Continue reading…

    KGAB / 22 h. 25 min. ago
  • U.S. Rig Count Up By 8 This Week to 915; Wyoming Down 1U.S. Rig Count Up By 8 This Week to 915; Wyoming Down 1

    The U.S. rig count peaked at 4,530 in 1981. Continue reading…

    KGAB / 22 h. 32 min. ago
  • Cheyenne man charged with murderCheyenne man charged with murder

    A local man was charged with second-degree murder and voluntary manslaughter Thursday afternoon after fatally shooting a 35-year-old man in his parents' trailer south of town earlier this week. Laramie County Assistant District Attorney Ben Sherman argued Hess acted with "malice" - defined by the Wyoming Supreme Court as acting recklessly with extreme indifference to human life without justification - when he shot Michael Robbins of Cheyenne three times early Tuesday morning, A justifying the heavier second-degree murder charge.

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  • Hobby Lobby expected to occupy portion of former Kmart location in Cheyenne - Wyoming TribuneHobby Lobby expected to occupy portion of former Kmart location in Cheyenne - Wyoming Tribune

    Hobby Lobby expected to occupy portion of former Kmart location in CheyenneWyoming TribuneThe former location of Kmart, 1840 Dell Range Blvd., has been sitting vacant since the retail chain closed its doors earlier this year. But a commercial building permit application filed with the city of Cheyenne Building Safety Department indicates ...

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  • Help Us Stuff Santa's Sleigh With Toys For Tots In Laramie CountyHelp Us Stuff Santa's Sleigh With Toys For Tots In Laramie County

    We'll be stuffing Santa's Sleigh with Toys For Tots on Friday and Saturday, December 8th and 9th from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m at Menards in Cheyenne. Continue reading…

    KGAB / 22 h. 59 min. ago
  • Changes Announced at Sheridan College After Racist IncidentsChanges Announced at Sheridan College After Racist Incidents

    Other changes include the establishment of a multi-cultural center. Continue reading…

    KGAB / 23 h. ago
  • Cheyenne man charged with murder | Wyoming | gillettenewsrecord ... - Gillette News RecordCheyenne man charged with murder | Wyoming | gillettenewsrecord ... - Gillette News Record

    Wyoming TribuneCheyenne man charged with murder | Wyoming | gillettenewsrecord ...Gillette News RecordCHEYENNE - A local man was charged with second-degree murder and voluntary manslaughter Thursday afternoon after fatally shooting a 35-year-old man in ...2 arrested after Laramie Co. deputy finds items from Hess trailer ...Wyoming Tribuneall 2 news articles »

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  • Wyoming Lawmakers Advance Marijuana BillsWyoming Lawmakers Advance Marijuana Bills

    Currently, possession of 3 ounces or more of marijuana in plant form is considered a felony in Wyoming. Continue reading…

    KGAB / 23 h. 25 min. ago
  • Wyoming Game Managers Take Public Comment on Grizzly BearsWyoming Game Managers Take Public Comment on Grizzly Bears

    Those attending the meeting Wednesday night were asked their thoughts on population monitoring, research, conflict management, information and education and grizzly bear hunting. Continue reading…

    KGAB / 23 h. 28 min. ago
  • Cheyenne Child Sex Abuse Suspect CapturedCheyenne Child Sex Abuse Suspect Captured

    The person who gave police the information that led to Nelson's arrest was awarded $500 through the Silent Witness program. Continue reading…

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  • Cheyenne And Fort Collins Police Looking For Target ShopliftersCheyenne And Fort Collins Police Looking For Target Shoplifters

    Cheyenne Police say the couple are suspects in a series of thefts from Target stores in Cheyenne and Fort Collins. Continue reading…

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  • The Salvation kicks of their Red Kettle holiday donationsThe Salvation kicks of their Red Kettle holiday donations

    Captain Clinton Trimmer and Claire from Wyoming bank and Trust stopped by the morning show to talk about the Red Kettle Kick off. For the event specifically Red Kettle Kickoff Christmas Sponsor Wyoming Bank and Trust, their Goal is to raise $45,000, Jeff Taylor will be the guest speaker, its Friday November 17, at Little America at noon, the official Kickoff of our campaign including the $100 bill challenge, so far they are expecting 340 people Cheyenne Salvation Army started 1889 on Corner of Pioneer and 17th St. Red Kettles have been part of American Christmas tradition since 1891.

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  • 2017 Tinsel Through Time display ready to open in Cheyenne - Wyoming Tribune2017 Tinsel Through Time display ready to open in Cheyenne - Wyoming Tribune

    Wyoming Tribune2017 Tinsel Through Time display ready to open in CheyenneWyoming Tribune“'Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house/not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse.” Everyone knows the opening lines to Clement C. Moore's classic poem from 1823, “A Visit from St. Nicholas.” It has appeared throughout pop ...

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  • Two arrested for area burglariesTwo arrested for area burglaries

    LCSO 11-16-17 On Wednesday, November 15, 2017, deputies with the Laramie County Sheriff’s Department conducted a traffic stop on a white Chevrolet Trailblazer. During that stop there was evidence in the vehicle that made the deputies believe that the house connected with the Homicide at 4401 Avenue B-2 had been burglarized sometime after the home was processed for the homicide that had just occurred the day before. Deputies arrested Matthew Laganiere, 39 years of age. Laganiere was also questioned for several other car burglaries that occurred in the county. Several items from the Hess residence were recovered and will be retained as evidence as this case proceeds through the criminal justice system. Another female, Latasha M. Gladden, 35 years of age, was also arrested in connection to the items taken in the various vehicle burglaries. Matthew Laganiere is currently being held in the Laramie County Detention on several charges to include Interference with a Peace Officer, Possession of Methamphetamine, Criminal Entry, Taking a controlled substance (Heroine) into the Detention Facility, Driving with a Suspended Driver’s License, and Burglary. Latasha Gladden is currently being held in the Laramie County Detention Facility on charges of Possession of Stolen Property. These cases will be referred to the Laramie County District Attorney’s office for formal charges. Both Gladden and Laganiere are Cheyenne residents.

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  • Plane Crash Near Rock SpringsPlane Crash Near Rock Springs

    WHP 11-16-17 On November 15th, 2017 at 3:00 p.m., Wyoming Highway Patrol Troopers were dispatched to the area of mile post 2.5 on Wyoming State Highway 370 near Rock Springs, Wyoming for a report of a downed aircraft. A small commuter plane carrying the pilot and three passengers had to make an emergency landing when the plane experienced mechanical problems. The pilot attempted to land the plane on WY 370. All of the occupants survived the crash but three of the passengers were transported by ground ambulance to the local area hospital and treated for their injuries. The investigation has been turned over to the Federal Aviation Administration. The occupants of the plane were out surveying and counting wild horses for the Bureau of Land Management prior to the crash.

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  • Mayor Orr says Cheyenne's budget has improvedMayor Orr says Cheyenne's budget has improved

    Mayor Marian Orr has announced that the City of Cheyenne's budget has improved significantly in the past year and is outshining most of Wyoming's communities. Orr said unlike other Wyoming cities and towns which had to dip into reserves to balance budgets, the City of Cheyenne ended their fiscal year $1.8 million in the black.

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  • City of Cheyenne announces Thanksgiving trash/recycle scheduleCity of Cheyenne announces Thanksgiving trash/recycle schedule

    The Solid Waste Transfer Station, 220 N. College Drive; Happy Jack Landfill, 1416 Happy Jack Road, and the Compost Facility, 2714 Windmill Road will be closed Thursday, November 23, 2017. All three facilities will be open on Friday, November 24, 2017.

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  • Proposed UW Degree Would Focus on Natural Resources Recreation, TourismProposed UW Degree Would Focus on Natural Resources Recreation, Tourism

    The University of Wyoming students may soon be able to obtain a degree in natural resources recreation and tourism. Continue reading…

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  • Keystone Pipeline Spills 210,000 Gallons of OilKeystone Pipeline Spills 210,000 Gallons of Oil

    The pipeline was shut down Thursday by the operator, TransCanada. Continue reading…

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  • Wyoming DE/ST Coach A.J. Cooper Talks Cowboy Football on the SportsZone [AUDIO]Wyoming DE/ST Coach A.J. Cooper Talks Cowboy Football on the SportsZone [AUDIO]

    by Keith Kelley–16 Nov ’17 The Wyoming Cowboys host Fresno State this Saturday in Laramie.  The Pokes have won six of seven heading into the matchup with the Bulldogs.  UW defensive ends/special team’s coach A.J. Cooper was on the SportsZone Wednesday evening. https://www.kfbcradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/11.14.17-AJ-COOPER.mp3  

    KFBC Radio / 1 d. 19 h. 51 min. ago
  • Kevin McKinney Talks UW Athletics on the SportsZone [AUDIO]Kevin McKinney Talks UW Athletics on the SportsZone [AUDIO]

    by Keith Kelley–16 Nov ’17 University of Wyoming Senior Associate AD Kevin McKinney made his weekly appearance on the SportsZone Wednesday afternoon.  McKinney talked some Wyoming hoops and football on the show. https://www.kfbcradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/11.15.17-KEVIN-MCKINNEY.mp3  

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  • Cheyenne Shooting Suspect Makes Court AppearanceCheyenne Shooting Suspect Makes Court Appearance

    A November 22 preliminary hearing has been scheduled in the case. Continue reading…

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  • Wyoming WR Jared Scott Talks Cowboy Football on the SportsZone [AUDIO]Wyoming WR Jared Scott Talks Cowboy Football on the SportsZone [AUDIO]

    by Keith Kelley–16 Nov ’17 The Wyoming Cowboys are getting ready for Fresno State this weekend.  Wide receiver Jared Scott was on the SportsZone Tuesday evening. https://www.kfbcradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/11.13.17-JARED-SCOTT.mp3    

    KFBC Radio / 1 d. 22 h. 18 min. ago
  • LCCC Volleyball Coach Austin Albers Talks NJCAA Tourney on the SportsZone [AUDIO]LCCC Volleyball Coach Austin Albers Talks NJCAA Tourney on the SportsZone [AUDIO]

    by Keith Kelley–16 Nov ’17 The Laramie County Community College volleyball team dropped their first game at the NJCAA National Tournament this morning to Mineral Area College, three-sets-to-one.  Head coach Austin Albers was on the SportsZone Tuesday afternoon talking about this experience. https://www.kfbcradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/11.13.17-AUSTIN-ALBERS.mp3  

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  • Cheyenne police chief touts success of Operation ChangeCheyenne police chief touts success of Operation Change

    Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak touted the successes Tuesday of what he called one of the most effective programs he has seen in his 32 years of law enforcement. Since it started April 1, the Operation Change program has aimed to improve the perception of homeless people downtown, deter people from giving money to panhandlers and refer transient people to resources.

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  • Arrest Made in Fatal ShootingArrest Made in Fatal Shooting

    LCS 11-15-17 On Tuesday, November 14, at approximately 0157 hours deputies with the Laramie County Sheriff’s Department responded to the 4400 block of Avenue B-2 on the report of a shooting. Upon the deputies’ arrival they found a deceased 36 year old male. The reporting party, Cody Hess, a 21 year old male who lived at the residence of 4401 Avenue B-2, advised dispatch that he had just shot his roommate. The deceased male has been identified as Michael B. Robbins. Robbins was renting a room from the Hess family. Cody Hess stated he shot Michael Robbins three times in the upper chest area. Later that morning an autopsy was completed and two bullets were recovered from Mr. Robbins. One round grazed the web of Robbins left hand, one round went into the left bicep area, through the bicep into the left chest area, and the other round went into Robbins left chest area. Hess shot Robbins with a 9mm handgun that he was carrying in the front of his shorts. Cody Hess was arrested for Murder in the Second Degree and is currently being held in the Laramie County Detention Center. The case has been referred to the Laramie County District Attorney’s Office. The Sheriff’s Department is still awaiting toxicology results. Cody Hess is a Cheyenne resident and Robbins has had ties to Cheyenne and Sheridan.

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  • Outside efforts to help Cheyenne trailer park stalled - Wyoming TribuneOutside efforts to help Cheyenne trailer park stalled - Wyoming Tribune

    Wyoming TribuneOutside efforts to help Cheyenne trailer park stalledWyoming TribuneCHEYENNE – Two local homeless shelter directors and a real estate investor thought they had a plan to fix up a south Cheyenne trailer park that has attracted controversy in recent weeks. Robin Bocanegra, director of the COMEA House homeless shelter, ...Cheyenne attorney Harriet Hageman considering run for Wyoming governorWyoming Business Reportall 4 news articles »

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  • Cheyenne Animal Control requests hoarding charges be droppedCheyenne Animal Control requests hoarding charges be dropped

    CAS 11-14-17 After almost five months of care at the Cheyenne Animal Shelter, 19 purebred Springer Spaniels will be released to the Shelter on Saturday, November 11th. This past June, Cheyenne Animal Control officers seized 21 dogs belonging to the same owner who allegedly failed to provide the animals with the minimum legal requirements for owning animals in Laramie County. In cases where Animal Control deals with animal cruelty, officers have the legal authority to seize custody of the animal and hold it at the Shelter until a judge can issue a ruling in the case. With large cases such as with the Spaniels, this can often take up to six months or more. The dogs vary in age, from six months to 10 years. When the animals arrived, Medical Director, Dr. Tessha Winsch examined the dogs, and many were injured and in poor health. Staff at the Shelter have been caring for the animals which includes daily care, scheduled training to prevent mental health decline, vaccinations and regular grooming. Two of the dogs have passed away during that time due to severe medical conditions. The remaining 19 dogs have been held on court hold at the Shelter for 154 days. Cost of care for animals at the Shelter has been calculated to $48.50 a day, meaning each dog has cost the Shelter $7,469. That is a total loss of $146,373 the Shelter has experienced due to this hoarding case. Cheyenne Animal Shelter Director of Operations, Chelsey Fletcher says, “We’re increasingly seeing more cases similar to this. When we receive large hoarding cases, it exhausts resources, and at times we have no other option than to request charges be dropped due to the expense and lack of space.” Animal Control has requested charges be dropped so that the Spaniels can be adopted and move out of the Shelter and on to forever homes. They became the legal property of the Cheyenne Animal Shelter on Saturday, November 11th. On Monday, the dogs will became available for adoption. Due to the expense of this case the adoption fees for these animals will be higher than usual. The Shelter expects $3,920 in adoption fees for the Spaniels, making a total loss of $142,453 due to this case. Animal Control Officer Ryan Johnson says, “Hoarding doesn’t just hurt the animals involved, it hurts the entire community. We would like to encourage everyone to be vigilant and immediately report any acts of animal cruelty to us by calling 307-278-2012.”

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  • Prairie Ave. roundabout meeting set for TuesdayPrairie Ave. roundabout meeting set for Tuesday

    The City of Cheyenne will host an open house for the Prairie Avenue/Frontier Mall Drive intersection from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, November 21 at the Staybridge Suites, 5109 Frontier Mall Drive. The open house will provide more information on the proposed roundabout at the intersection and a revised construction schedule.

    Cheyenne News / 3 d. 17 h. 52 min. ago
  • Is Fort Collins One of the Best or Worst Cities For Singles in 2017? Here's What Research SaysIs Fort Collins One of the Best or Worst Cities For Singles in 2017? Here's What Research Says

    I assume Fort Collins wasn't a large enough sample size, however, Denver and Cheyenne, Wyoming, Let's travel south one hour to Denver, which actually ranked one of the best cities for singles in 2017. That absolutely does not surprise me.

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  • Jim Dey: Tax watchdog continues digging on spending questionsJim Dey: Tax watchdog continues digging on spending questions

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  • A Bright man's look at the weatherA Bright man's look at the weather

    Hello everyone! I hope you all had a great weekend as we were treated to sunny skies. As we move into a new week we are tracking a chance for some snow on our Friday, and I want to break down the ingredients going into this storm.

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  • Cheyenne central trailer park updateCheyenne central trailer park update

    The Central Trailer Park in Cheyenne that has been targeted by the city for poor living conditions and in some cases, unlivable, is still receiving much needed help from the community. True Vine Community Church, who is leading the effort, has teamed up with the Comea Shelter, Family Promise, and Lynn's Buys Houses, to help the families living in the trailer park find temporary housing and other needs they have.

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    KGWNCheyenne central trailer park updateKGWNAs for the City of Cheyenne, they are working on a 10-month plan to save the trailer park. And, since Thanksgiving is almost a week away, the True Vine Community Church will be making boxes with a turkey, and the traditional fixings to give to the ...and more »

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  • Improvements expected for nuclear missile system at Warren AFBImprovements expected for nuclear missile system at Warren AFB

    The military is expected to spend between $4 billion and $5 billion over the next 10 to 20 years to modernize the intercontinental ballistic missile system at Wyoming's F.E. Warren Air Force Base. The Casper Star-Tribune reports that the spending could more than quadruple the typical amount of construction spending in Cheyenne.

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  • Face of Defense: First Sergeant Leverages First-Responder SkillsFace of Defense: First Sergeant Leverages First-Responder Skills

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