Chelsea Now reports that the Cheyenne Diner will likely be sold to an Alabama buyer by week’s end: “The diner’s owner, George Papas, said on Weds., Jan. 14, that he had tentatively reached a deal with an unnamed buyer to move it within six weeks. ‘I think he’s very committed,’ Papas said. ‘There’s other people interested, but it seems he has his heart in it.’” Sad. First the Moondance relocates to Montana, and now this? Is nothing sacred in this town? Oh, that’s right, no.
Cheyenne Diner looks ’Bama-bound [Chelsea Now]
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