Cheyenne

We have had one of the driest Novembers in history. We received some moisture Tuesday and rain is expected throughout the weekend. Be careful when you are out feeding cattle or hunting, there are deer hunters everywhere! The government land is packed, wonder if it is because of COVID and many are not working or if it is because many are needing the meat. It was reported that on opening day there were over 1,000 vehicles parked around government land in Roger Mills County. We pray everyone has a safe Thanksgiving with family and friends. We send our get well…

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Playdays

PLAYDAYS…Cheyenne Riding Club members present the colors at the Playday held Monday, June 10, 2024. The Riding Club will meet July 1, 8 and 22

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Championship Steps

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Showing

SHOWING… KC Patsys Brandy raised and shown by Kraiton Carpenter, Leedey, was recently named Supreme Polled Hereford heifer at the Red Dirt Road Trip Regional

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Traveling

TRAVELING…Last week guests at the Minnie R. Slief Library traveled around the world and created travel coasters for all the places they want to go!

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