Spectacular Christmas Star Appearing this Month: When is the Best Time to See it

A rare “close encounter” of the solar system’s two largest planets December 21 will be a chance to see one of the theories to explain the biblical “Christmas Star.” Jupiter and Saturn will come so close together – visually – in the western sky that they will be basically one bright point of light. Because Saturn is five times farther from the Earth than Jupiter, they won’t really be that close but will appear that way. The two planets align every two decades, but astronomers say you’d have to go back to hundreds of years for a conjunction this close.…

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Draggin’ Main

Cheyenne – Strong City Alumni Events for Draggin’ Main October 14, 2023 2:00 -4:00 pm – Yearbook Signing Party (Cheyenne Star Event Center) This is

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Local Food

Cheyenne Public Schools has partnered with Route 66 Meat Processing in Sayre to bring fresh beef to the students! This was made possible with the

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