THE CHEYENNE ANIMAL SHELTER IS ASKING FOR THE PUBLIC’S HELPINGIN LOCATING THE OWNER OF TWO DOGS THAT WERE ALLEGEDLY LEFT TO DIE….ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICERS, LAST WEEK, WERE DISPATCHED TO A HOME AT 316 CENTRAL AVENUE WHERE TWO DOGS WERE DISCOVERED THAT HAD BEEN LEFT TO FEND FOR THEMSELVES WITH NO FOOD OR WATER. ACCORDING TO THE ANIMAL SHELTER, THE DOGS WERE JUST HOURS AWAY FROM DEATH. SHELTER OFFICERs ARE TRYING TO LOCATE THE OWNER ROY BURNETT. ACCORDING TO THE SHELTER THE DOGS WERE LEFT IN THE CARE OF A PERSON WHO GOES BY THE NAME OF “INDIO.” THE DOGS ARE NOW IN MEDICAL CARE AND IN STABLE CONDITION. ANYONE WITH ANY INFORMATION IS ENOCURAGED TO CALL CHEYENNE ANIMAL CONTROL AT 635-1453.
CPD Investigating Suspicious Death of Child
CPD 5-27-17 The Cheyenne Police Department is investigating the suspicious death of a two-year-old male, Christopher Clark, which occurred on May 23. CPD officers responded to Cheyenne Regional Medical Center on May 22, where Christopher […]
Cowboy CB Rico Gafford Talks Wyoming Football on the SportsZone [AUDIO]
by Keith Kelley–7 Apr ’17 The Wyoming Cowboys head to Casper for a spring scrimmage Saturday afternoon. Cornerback Rico Gafford was on the SportsZone Thursday evening.
Cheyenne City Council Considering Options for Feral Cat Population
By Kari Eakins – 14 Oct ’14 The Cheyenne City Council is looking at ways to deal with the city’s feral cat population. The Community Cat Initiative was referred to the Public Services Committee during […]