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The Metcalf & Williams Building also served as the Post Office for Fetterman City, near the sight where Alfred Packer was captured in 1883. Wyoming State Archives.
The Metcalf & Williams Building also served as the Post Office for Fetterman City, near the sight where Alfred Packer was captured in 1883. Wyoming State Archives.
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The Capture of Wyoming’s Most Infamous Fugitive

Alfred Packer is one of the most notorious figures of the 19th century. The "Colorado Cannibal" was infamous for killing and eating the bodies of five men in the winter of 1874...

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Wyoming State Archives
Wyoming State Archives
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Wyoming Fashion Was Totally Rad in the 1980s [Gallery]

If, like me, you grew up in the 1980s, it's totally obvious. We looked super cool. Take for example, this righteous dude and his hottie homecoming date, who probably went through a gallon of Aqua Net every week...

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MovieClips, via YouTube
MovieClips, via YouTube
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Wyoming’s Favorite Fake Film Star: Bill Kelso

William 'Wyoming Bill' Kelso is arguably the best, and possibly the only, fictional film star to ever hail from the Cowboy State.

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Doug Pensinger, Getty Images)
Doug Pensinger, Getty Images)
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Wyoming Brewers Gear Up for the Great American Beer Festival

Next month, hundreds of breweries from across the world will gather in Denver for the "Super Bowl of Craft Beer", the 35th Annual Great American Beer Festival...

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Julian Finney, Getty Images
Julian Finney, Getty Images
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The Legend of Matt Groathouse, Wyoming’s ‘Skater Guy’

Most students who attend the University of Wyoming eventually graduate and move along. Some of them never leave.

Matt Groathouse's love for skateboarding began in seventh grade...

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Rick Roddam, Townsquare Media
Rick Roddam, Townsquare Media
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Five Lessons I Learned From a Wyoming War Hero

Last night, Wyoming war hero Jerry Miles was awarded the Republic of Korea Ambassador for Peace Medal. I was lucky enough to join Jerry and a few family members for that celebratory beer and this is what I learned.

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Website Honors The Most Historic House in Wyoming

The home improvement website House Beautiful recently published a list honoring 50 of the Most Historic Houses in America.

Their pick for the most historic home in the Cowboy State is the "Castle of the Hill" in Sheridan...

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Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
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Meet Andy Corbin, The Pumpkin King of Wyoming

Last year, Andy Corbin set a new record for the largest pumpkin ever grown in Wyoming, which weighed in at a whopping 1268 lbs.

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Joe Robbins, Getty Images
Joe Robbins, Getty Images
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Six Former University of Wyoming Players To Watch For in the NFL This Season

Thank the heavens, football season is finally back. As we prepare for the season opener on Thursday, here are six former University of Wyoming stars to watch for in the NFL this season...

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Rick Roddam, Townsquare Media
Rick Roddam, Townsquare Media
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Wyoming’s Zimmerman Family Enshrined at Westminster Abbey in London

Westminster Abbey in London is one of the most famous buildings in the world. Dating back to the 10th century, the cathedral has hosted the coronation of every British monarch since the year 1308...

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Wyoming State Archives
Wyoming State Archives
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The Wyoming Rancher Who Revolutionized the Coffee Industry

In 1868, John Arbuckle invented a new process that changed the coffee industry forever.

In those days, coffee beans weren't preserved and often spolied after they were roasted...

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Wyoming State Archives
Wyoming State Archives
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Wyoming’s Most Famous Dog: Thornburgh ‘The Pony Express Stable Dog’

Fort Bridger is one of Wyoming's most historic sites. Established as a trading post in 1842, it became a popular resting place for weary travellers on the Oregon, California and Mormon Trails...

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