Cheyenne in the media

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6/20/2013Story Idea - Yellow Pages in Cheyenne
Did you know that Wyoming Telephone and Telegraph Company published the first yellow pages in Cheyenne in 1881? Well, actually it was a yellow page since there were only six ads printed and the paper...
6/20/2013Story Idea - No Talking about Indian Raids!
Imagine this. Shut up in the car for three days with eight other people. (Imagine you have a relatively big car). Your car’s suspension is leather straps that make it sway, so the less hardy of...
6/20/2013Story Idea - Tom Horn
Tom Horn, the last man legally hanged in Cheyenne , died on November 20, 1903. His hanging, however, did not end the mystery of who actually shot and killed Willie Nickell, a 14-year-old boy. Before...
6/20/2013Story Idea - Blackjack Pershing
Blackjack Pershing   One might wonder why one of the major thoroughfares in Cheyenne is named Pershing Boulevard when Gen. Pershing never lived here. Although "Blackjack" Pershing was...
6/20/2013Story Idea - Cheyenne-Deadwood Stage
Cheyenne -Deadwood Stage As the kids race to the car for the trip to Cheyenne, they simultaneously holler, "I get to ride shotgun!" This common term was coined for the Cheyenne-Deadwood...

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