Frank Torres has been selected as the Nicodemus National Historic Site superintendent. Many of you may remember that from 2010-2014, he was the chief of interpretation at Washita Battlefield National Historic Site. Torres will begin his assignment in September. “I am honored to be selected to serve as the superintendent of Nicodemus National Historic Site,” said Torres. “The park’s history and family connections are meaningful to our nation and are an example of people overcoming, persisting, and finding opportunity.” Torres has worked for the NPS since 1989, most recently as chief of interpretation and visitor services at Organ Pipe Cactus…

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Moving Snow

MOVING SNOW…Roger Mills County District 1 Commissioner Brian Hay talks to Randy Carter about clearing snow downtown Cheyenne on Tuesday. Snow started around 4:30am and

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