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‘Hee Haw’ Star Roy Clark Was A Cheyenne Frontier Days Legend
The country music and television star headlined CFD in 1972, 1973, 1976, and 1985. In 2007, he was inducted into the Cheyenne Frontier Days Hall of Fame.
California Camp Fire Is Ten Times The Size Of Cheyenne
If the fire began at the Cheyenne city limits, it would stretch south all the way to Wellington, Colo.
Which Wyoming Town Has The Fastest Drivers?
A town in Wyoming has the sixth-fastest drivers in America, according to a new study. Surprisingly, it's not Cheyenne or Laramie.
New Wyoming Monument Will Honor Military Service Dogs
Wyoming Veterans Memorial Park in Cody will have a new addition next year, a statue honoring military service dogs. The monument will be the fourth war dog memorial in the country.
Reaction To Wyoming High School Controversy Is Shameful [OPINION]
Thanks to the shameful behavior of some so-called adults, the Torrington Trailblazers will get a police escort to War Memorial Stadium for today's Wyoming 3A Football Championship.
The First Thanksgiving In Cheyenne, Wyoming
November 28, 1867, just 15 days after the Union Pacific Railroad had reached the town, Cheyenne's original chef, H.H. Ellis, prepared the first Thanksgiving feast in the new city.
Disney’s Wyoming Tour Is A Mickey Mouse Operation [REVIEW]
For some tourists, a visit to the Cowboy State will include bears, bighorn sheep, bison, moose...and a talking mouse.
‘I Voted’ Sticker Left On Wyoming Women’s Suffrage Marker
The patriotic tribute was placed on the marker commemorating the site where women were first granted the right to vote in 1869.
Wyoming’s Wildest Outlaws Were Killed 110 Years Ago…Or Were They?
November 6, 1908, Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid were gunned down in South America. 110 years later, the demise of the infamous Wyoming outlaws remains shrouded in mystery.
Wyoming’s Biggest Turkey Weighed 57 Pounds
In 2005, Powell farmer Joel McCoy brought his biggest bird to a local market. The titanic tom tipped the scales at 57 pounds. It is purported to be the largest turkey ever documented in Wyoming.
24 Years Ago: Wyoming’s Closest Election Decided By Ping-Pong Ball
In 1994, Governor Mike Sullivan pulled a ping-pong ball from his cowboy hat to break a tie in the race for the Wyoming State House.
What Will Happen If A Dead Man Gets Elected In Albany County, Wyo.
Tony Lopez will not get the chance to serve as Albany County Attorney, but he does have a chance to get elected. Lopez died unexpectedly last month, but his name remains on the ballot.