The Solar Eclipse challenge that does not involve the sun

[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0Qkopca8IA%5B/embedyt%5D   Inside the Frontier Mall there is the Galaxy Café, a restaurant that has a hidden challenge that few know about. It is called the Solar Eclipse challenge.     The Solar Eclipse is an eight-pound burrito that has three tortillas, rice, black beans, nacho sauce, shredded cheese, chicken, spicy pulled pork, avocado,

ULTIMATE SUMMER FUN GUIDE: Superday means Super-fun outdoors with the family

  When: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 23 Where: Lions Park, Cheyenne. What is it: The 36th annual HollyFrontier Superday is for children and adults of all ages. The events that are held at Superday are a 5k/10k run/walk, arts and crafts, games, contests and a carnival. The HollyFrontier Tour de Prairie is also

ULTIMATE SUMMER FUN GUIDE:Terry Bison Ranch on date nights

When: Wednesday and Saturdays at 6 p.m., year round Where: 51 I25 Service Rd, Cheyenne, WY 82007 What is it: Date nights at Terry Bison Ranch are for couples to go have fun by watching entertainment and dining out. At Terry Bison Ranch you can go on horse rides, fishing and train rides. Cost: $7

ULTIMATE SUMMER FUN GUIDE:Summer fun in the Red Rocks

When:  All summer long and into fall Where: 18300 W. Alameda Parkway, Morrison, CO 80465 What is it: Red Rocks amphitheater is the only naturally-occurring, acoustic amphitheatre in the world. The Red Rocks amphitheater can sit up to 9,525 people. It holds events throughout the summer such as concerts, films and exercise sessions. Some of

Bump! Set! Spike! Go LCCC!

Laramie County Community College’s head coach, Austin Albers, announced the dates for LCCC’s Elite Skills Summer Volleyball Camp. The camp from June 15-17. Registration will open on March 1. The Elite Skills Camp offers an option for campers to stay on campus.. The camp costs $120 with an additional $80 fee to stay on campus..

How law enforcement train, respond to shootings

Laramie County law enforcement conducts training in active shooting scenarios and utilizes school facilities to authenticize situations.   According to Lieutenant Kevin James of the Laramie County sheriff’s department, officers go through annual training. The trainings are 10 hours at a minimum and entail active shooter scenarios, firearm training, and use of force.  Joint active

Young children roaming the halls, learning on the college campus

Laramie County Community College is home to the Children’s Discovery Center. The school takes children from infancy to five years of age. Any child can be accepted into the program, however, not all children are accepted. Because of the abundant flow of families within the community trying to get their children accepted into the program,

The Same Mind

Colorado artist Jennie Kiessling started her career in Wyoming, working for the Art Council and now has her own gallery show at Laramie County Community College in the Esther and John Clay Fine Arts Gallery. Laramie County Community College is hosting the “Same Mind” exhibit now through March 1. Kiessling was born and raised in

Dean of School of Health Science, Wellness retiring

The Dean of School of Health Sciences & Wellness, Terry Harper, is retiring after five years with LCCC. Harper said she sees her time in Cheyenne as a wonderful opportunity that has opened her eyes to the west. Compared to her home state of Michigan, she says Wyoming winds are harsh, and she misses the

Free classes on english, civics, U.S history

Free English as a second language and Civics/U.S. history classes are being hosted by the Adult Career and Education System starting on March 5 at Laramie County Community College. It will be a fun and interactive environment that utilizes technology to improve your knowledge of English an U.S. History/ Civics. There will be morning and

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