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An unidentified man reads an edition of the Wyoming State Tribune that reminded readers of Easter Sunday services, circa 1923-29. Wyoming State Archives/courtesy

CHEYENNE – The Wyoming Tribune Eagle’s legacy in Cheyenne stretches back almost to the city’s start.

The newspaper can trace its roots back to the Cheyenne Leader, first published in Cheyenne on Sept. 19, 1867, not much more than a month after the city was officially organized Aug. 7.

Kristine Galloway is the Wyoming Tribune Eagle’s education reporter. She can be reached at kgalloway@wyomingnews.com or 307-633-3184. Follow her on Twitter @KGalloway_WTE.

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