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Wyoming Tribune Eagle

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702 W Lincolnway
(307) 634-3361
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702 W Lincolnway
(307) 634-3361

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The Wyoming Tribune Eagle is a daily newspaper covering Cheyenne, Laramie County and southeast Wyoming.


With a circulation of about 16,500 daily and 18,500 Sunday, the Wyoming Tribune Eagle is Wyoming's second largest daily newspaper.


702 W Lincolnway ,WY ,82001
(307) 634-3361
41.130942, -104.821809

Opening Hours :

Monday: 09:00AM - 17:00PM
Tuesday: 09:00AM - 17:00PM
Wednesday: 09:00AM - 17:00PM
Thursday: 09:00AM - 17:00PM
Friday: 09:00AM - 17:00PM

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Featured Articles:


The goal of the Laramie County Suicide Fatality Review Team is to prevent suicides by learning more about the circumstances leading to these deaths, as well as finding and fixing gaps in the county’s existing system of suicide prevention services.


With Cheyenne Little Theatre Players’s upcoming production of “Mamma Mia,” director Audrey Mayfield and cast look to surpass the energy of the popular movie adaptation in a high-spirited community effort.


Late-game scares were synonymous with the University of Wyoming in the first two weeks of the season, but that came to an abrupt halt Saturday. The Cowboys rattled off 31 unanswered points in the first half against Ball State, cruising to a 45-12 victory.


LCSD2 nurse Kay Dersham resigned after a motion passed by the Board of Trustees Monday night. It allows students and faculty exposed to someone with COVID-19 the option to wear a mask to school for two weeks, without a COVID test, instead of quarantine.


Laramie County School District 1 reported Friday that from Friday, Sept. 10, through Thursday, Sept. 16, 81 students and 10 staff members tested positive for COVID-19.


As the number of homeless families and individuals in Cheyenne rises, city officials and local organizations came together Friday to look for solutions. COMEA and Family Promise have served more than 400 people combined so far this year.


It didn’t take long for Drew Jackson to make an impression on the gridiron for Cheyenne East.


With a win over an FCS team and a blowout loss at the hands of a top-10 opponent, it might be difficult to gauge the Ball State football team through two games this season. However, the Cardinals aren’t a squad that can be slept on.


The owner of two dogs found starving and dehydrated in October was acquitted of all charges Monday following a single-day bench trial in Laramie County District Court.


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