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We hope everyone had a wonderful Memorial Day weekend.

Seen lots of boats and RVs headed to Foss. We have had some really nice cool weather and rain! Most reports were two inches or more. Very much needed this time of year.

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It was great to see so many out for the Cheyenne Class of 2020 Parade. Good luck to all the graduates! We are sure their graduation will hold the record for the shortest graduation in Cheyenne Schools history!

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Our little community needs your prayers. We lost two wonderful people this week. Please remember the Josie McIntyre family as they lay her to rest on Friday. Also, the family of Lyndsay Bogges, who met our Maker on Monday.

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Local businesses are slowly opening back up to the public. Be sure and call ahead! Out small businesses need you now more than ever, so shop small and shop locally!

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Cheyenne School has tentatively set the 2020 Graduation for Sunday, May 17 at 2:00 pm. It will be closed to the public. A Graduation Parade will be held at 4:00 pm. Be sure to park downtown, stay in your cars and celebrate the Class of 2020. Remember to continue to pray for our country, our government and each and every person living in our great nation.

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We have had some beautiful spring weather, a little rain and some storms.

Please remember to pray for the oilfield workers, all those without jobs, all the small businesses that are closed, and those working on the front line to keep our country going. Pray for our President and the Government to make the right choices.

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We have had a wild week of weather. We have had record-setting high temperatures in the 90s, some storms and then temperatures have dropped below freezing with high winds and some light snow. There were so many trees and flowers already blooming, we hope the freeze doesn’t do too much damage. There were 63 reported tornadoes across the nation on Sunday. We pray for all those affected.

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We hope everyone is finding solace during Holy Week. May these times draw you nearer to God, and may your faith carry you through these uncertain circumstances. Happy Easter! As things continue to change daily, we will try to keep you as updated as we can on local businesses. Please support them first, they need you more than ever.

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We have had some nice rain showers again this week. Everything is green and trees and flowers are blooming. Get outside and enjoy the fresh air and all the beauty. Many businesses in our community are closed to the public but are offering curbside delivery. Pray for all our small businesses, the self-employed and those who have lost their jobs. It is trying time for everyone, so be kind and help your friends and neighbors. God Bless all those who are still working.

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Thank you to all our nurses, doctors, emergency responders and scientists around the world, working day and night to help fight the Coronavirus. Also thank you to our grocery store clerks, truck drivers, restaurant worker, generous neighbors, farmers, janitors, garbagemen, sanitation workers, warehouse workers and so many more, who continue to work.

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