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BOO! October is Here - 09/30/10 08:16 AM
October starts tomorrow and that means its time to get out the pumpkins, hang up some ghosts and celebrate Halloween! Cheyenne has numerous activities for people of all ages to help everyone get in the spirit for this ghostly holiday.
Cheyenne Street Railway Trolley Ghost Tour October 22 - 23 & October 29 - 30 6 pm and 8 pm Tickets: $10 for adults, $5 for children Join us for the annual Cheyenne Street Railway Trolley Ghost Tour. New stories are added each year so if you attended last year, you will want to attend again this year. Listen to (3 comments)
Who Needs a Real Estate Agent? ... You Do! - 09/28/10 08:27 AM
With the increase in resources available to people today, many think they can buy/sell a house without having to enlist in the help of a real-estate professional. But what many don't realize is that completing a process like this by oneself may end up being more costly and cause you more of a headache than using the help of a real-estate agent. In an article by Tara Struyck of Investopedia titled "5 reasons you still need a real-estate agent,"Struyck provides 5 great reasons why buying or a selling a home solo may not be the best way to go. Reason One: (1 comments)
Mortgage Rates - Finding the Right One for You - 09/23/10 09:29 AM
Buying your first home can sometimes seem intimidating, especially when you are faced with the tough decision of how to finance it. Here is a quick review of various mortgage types, as well as the Wyoming average and the National Average for a few types of mortgage loan rates. Fixed Rate Mortgage (30, 20, 15, and 10 years) Interest rate and monthly payment remain the same for the entire term of the loan Appropriate for people who plan to live in the property for more than 10 years and like total payment stability 1yr Adjustable Rate Mortgages Interest rate adjusted every (0 comments)
Want to help reduce crime and even put a stop to it in Cheyenne? The Cheyenne Silent Witness Crime Stoppers program combines the efforts of a private organization operated by volunteers with those of city and county law enforcement agencies to solve crimes in Cheyenne. The program is designed to give residents of Cheyenne the chance to report any misconduct or crime they may encounter anonymously to help law enforcement officers solve many crimes. All you have to do is call 638-TIPS (8477) with your tips and concerns. All calls will stay anonymous in that Silent Witness doesn't use called (1 comments)
Cheyenne, WY – 1 of the Top 10 Metro Areas to Buy Real Estate in the Next Few Years - 09/16/10 08:28 AM
In an article titled "Exploring the 10 top Metro Areas to Buy Real Estate in the Next Few Years, Part II" from FXSTREET.com, Diana Hill (Real Estate Investor Instructor) names Cheyenne as the no. 9 metro area to buy real estate in the next few years. This is due to it being a smaller market that has seen a smaller drop in prices during the current downturn. Because of this, Hill believes Cheyenne is more likely to have steady, sustained growth.
Here is a breakdown of numbers and a brief overview that Hill gives about Cheyenne: Prices Forecast to increase: (1 comments)
Cheyenne Greek Festival 2010 - 09/14/10 08:08 AM
The parish of Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church invite everyone to come out and enjoy authentic Green food, pastries, beer and imported goods at this year's Cheyenne Greek Festival Friday, September 17 - 5 pm to 11 pm Saturday, September 18 - 11 am to 8 pm Frontier Park Exhibition Hall Free Admission & Parking
Many years ago, the Orthodox Church in Cheyenne struggled to meet its basic needs to keep solvent and to grow. Immigrant parishioners, in their native villages, were accustomed to festivals that were held to honor a Saint, a person or maybe an important (0 comments)
18th Annual Dog Jog – September 25th @ Lions Park - 09/09/10 08:07 AM
Support the Cheyenne Animal Shelter by partaking in the 18th annual Dog Jog Walk for Animals. All you have to do is collect pledges from friends and family to help the animals at the Shelter and win great prizes in return.
Saturday, September 25, 2010 Registration @ 8 am Run Begins @ 9 am Walk Begins @ 9:30 am Lions Park Helping animals is easy and fun. So opt to join in the competition and help make a difference in the lives of orphaned animals. Prizes will be awarded in three categories: Adult Fundraiser, Youth Fundraiser and Corporate Pack. Print (2 comments)
Cheyenne Rib Fest 2010 - 09/07/10 06:06 AM
The Cheyenne Kiwanis Club, in cooperation with the City of Cheyenne and the Cheyenne Depot Museum, is proud to announce the 4th Annual Cheyenne Rib Fest 2010.
Friday, September 10th - 11 am to 11 pm Saturday, September 11th - 11 am to 11 pm Sunday, September 12th - 11 am to 11 pm Cheyenne Depot Square Join us for three days of ribs, the "best rib competition", ribs cooks from around the country, live music daily, fun for kids and motorcycle and car shows. Music lineup to include, Phat Daddy, Boogie Machine, High Gear Daddies and more. (Full Music (2 comments)
Fall Maintenance Guide for the Northwest - 09/02/10 08:06 AM
Whether we wanted it to come or not, fall is on its way. There are certain home maintenance tasks that should be completed each season to prevent structural damage, save energy and keep all your home's systems running properly. Here are some key maintenance tasks to perform for those living in the Northwest: Check your drainage - while the weather is still nice, slowly walk around the house and inspect the ground where it meets the foundation. Soil should slope away from the house, not touching the siding, and should drop at least 6 vertical inches over the first 10 feet. (0 comments)
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