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Cheyenne Man Breaks Wyoming Record With 1,491-Pound Pumpkin
The self-proclaimed "pumpkin fanatic" from Cheyenne regained the state record Saturday, tipping the scales with a 1,491-lb. pumpkin.
Cheyenne Restaurant Implicated In Money Laundering Scheme
Prosecutors allege the owner of Rodolfo's Mexican Grill on Lincolnway is one of 13 conspirators in a drug-related money laundering scheme involving several restaurants in Greeley and Colorado Springs.
Every Band That’s Ever Played At Cheyenne Frontier Days
The Daddy of 'Em All is back and today we're looking back at 50 years of concerts at Cheyenne Frontier Days
The 10 Biggest Concerts In Cheyenne Frontier Days History
Here's a look back at the ten biggest concerts ever held at the Daddy of 'Em All.
Colorado Carnivore Cracks Top 20 in ‘Major League Eating’ World Rankings
Move over, Joey Chestnut and Takeru Kabayashi, there's a carnivore from Colorado gunning for the Mustard Belt. Tuesday, competitive eaters from all over the world will vie for the coveted belt at the annual 4th of July Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest, including an upstart challenger from the Front Range...
Amazing Video Profiles Wyoming Man Who Underwent ‘Face Transplant’ Surgery (VIDEO)
Newcastle, Wyoming, resident Andy Sandness made national news this week when he became the first person to receive a face transplant from the Mayo Clinic. While you may have read his story, you've never seen it quite like this. Today, the Mayo Clinic released an amazing short film documenting Sandness' remarkable road to recovery after his face was disfigured in a failed suicide attempt in his tee
Fort Collins Ranked Among The Five Best Cities For ‘Raising a Rock Star’
Parents, would you like your child to become a world famous rock star? Get that kid a guitar and move to Fort Collins. Care.com just released a study ranking the "Best Cities in America to Raise the Next Rock Star". Based on the number of available music lessons for each child in over 100 metropolitan areas across the country, Fort Collins finished fifth on the list, ahead of Boulder (11
Cheyenne Frontier Days in Pictures: 1897-1901
As we gear up for the 120th annual "Daddy of 'em All", here's a look back at the very first Cheyenne Frontier Day celebration in 1897 (it was originally a one day event). Colonel Edward Slack was the owner and editor of The Cheyenne Leader, the prominent local newspaper of its day...
Why Cheyenne Can Thank Greeley For Frontier Days
This year marks the 120th anniversary of the "Daddy of 'Em All", Cheyenne Frontier Days. But did you know, Cheyenne Frontier Days would have never happened were it not for the town of Greeley, Colorado? According to an Empire Magazine article published in 1997 and later recounted in the Denver Post, the idea for the first Cheyenne Frontier Days was hatched when two local businessman atte
Colorado Competitive Eater Sets Sights on ‘Mustard Belt’ at Hot Dog Eating Contest
Colorado native Josh Miller will vie for the coveted "Mustard Belt" at the Nathan's 4th of July Hot Dog Eating Contest.
What Does Casper Have in Common With Fort Collins, Colorado? (VIDEO)
What does Casper, Wyoming, have in common with Fort Collins, Colorado? The two cities, located 222 miles apart on Interstate 25, share a unique history. They were both named after members of the Collins family. Fort Collins was established in 1862, when soldiers from Fort Laramie in Wyoming were sent to protect travelers on the Overland Stage and Cherokee Trail...