Sunday, July 05, 2020

Vance and Angela Streyle of Cheyenne are pleased to announce the recent engagement of their daughter, Shaina Grace, to Royce Daniel Fertig, son of Ray and Catherine Fertig of Cheyenne.

Laramie County Senior Services invites seniors to attend special events this week. Please RSVP to 307-635-2435 for the activities you want to attend or for further information. Located at 2101 Thomes Ave.

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We get it. You want nothing more than to fire up the grill, crack open a cold one, and have all your friends and family over for a good, old-fashioned cookout this Independence Day. You’ve all been apart too long, and the holiday seems like the perfect chance to gather again.

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Race is much on America’s mind now, in all the myriad ways it shapes our lives, whatever color our skin might be. It also lies at the heart of Brit Bennett’s moving and insightful new novel, “The Vanishing Half,” the story of twin sisters who choose to live their lives as different races, on…

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The “big man, little kid” comedy genre is a time-honored tradition and a seemingly required rite of passage for any professional wrestler making their way into more mainstream Hollywood roles. The trend was popularized with Hulk Hogan, in the likes of “Suburban Commando” and “Mr. Nanny,” and…

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The motion picture academy announced a fresh set of measures last week that are aimed at boosting representation both within the group and across the film industry as a whole, including new inclusion standards for Oscars eligibility, marking the next chapter in the historically white-male-do…

Jim and Angie Rayls are celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary this week. The pair met through family friends and married June 24, 1960, at Pleasant View Baptist Church in Natural Bridge, Kentucky.

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Pride Month is about much more than a rainbow flag. This year, many members and supporters of the LGBTQ community are reminding others how Pride began – a protest and eventual riot not unlike the scenes that have dominated the news cycle throughout this month.

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We don’t think much about pirates, and when we do they’re watered-down versions of the real thing, inspirations for goofy movies and theme park rides and, locally, for a big family-friendly parade with the slightest naughty, noisy edge.