A U.S. Senator has a special love and history with the Cheyenne Frontier Days

The Cheyenne Frontier Days, also known as the ‘Daddy of Them All,’ is special to many, including a U.S. Senator.

Senator Cynthia Lummis shares why the event is special to her and about the progress being made with Resolution 712 to protect agricultural news and rural content.

The Cheyenne Frontier Days wrapped up last night but was a part of 100 Rodeos in 100 Days, which means there is more rodeo fun lined up for you every day on the Cowboy Channel.

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