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Should The State of Wyoming Rename ‘Negro Creek’ and ‘Wop Draw’? [POLL]

Did you know there's a river in Wyoming named "Negro Creek"? In fact, there's a few of them.

The creek runs along State Highway 42 between Sheridan and Buffalo...

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Wyoming’s Feelings On Leaving Paris Climate Accord [POLL RESULTS]

President Trump said that re-entry to the Paris Climate Change Accord is not a major priority. Do you think many Wyomingites are fine with that? To be sure, we did our own poll.

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Are Wyomingites Bummed ‘Last Man Standing’ Is Cancelled? [POLL]

How do Wyomingites feel about ABC's “Last Man Standing” being cancelled? “Gun Rights Baxter” might have been more popular in Wyoming than in Colorado, where the show was set.

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Five Things Wyoming Governor Matt Mead Should ‘Learn’ During ‘Marijuana Education Week’ [COMMENTARY]

Whenever a politician attempts to "educate" the public, regrardless of their party or the issue, the message will usually include some information and some misinformation...

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New Study Ranks Wyoming Among the Best States For Doctors

As the health care debate continues to dominate the headlines, a national study has just ranked Wyoming among the best states in the country for physicians...

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Supreme Court Nominee Neil Gorsuch Has Wyoming Roots

Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch calls Colorado home, but his mother is a Wyoming native.

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This marker commemorates the historic meeting of Wyoming's first Territorial Legislature, which granted women the right to vote in 1869. Rick Roddam, Townsquare Media
This marker commemorates the historic meeting of Wyoming's first Territorial Legislature, which granted women the right to vote in 1869. Rick Roddam, Townsquare Media
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An International Women’s Day Tribute to Wyoming’s Most Legendary Ladies

Wyoming earned its nickname as the "Equality State" before it even became a state.

In 1869, 21 years before it was officially granted statehood, Wyoming was the first territory in America to give women the right to vote...

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Photo Courtesy of the University of Wyoming
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Happy 35th Anniversary to the Arena-Auditorium in Laramie [VIDEOS]

This week marks the 35th anniversary of Wyoming's "Dome of Doom". The Arena-Auditorium first opened on Feb. 20, 1982.

At an elevation of 7,220 feet, the "Double A" remains the highest Division I basketball court in the country...

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President Bush Campaigns In Florida
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President’s Day Quiz: Which Future President Once Lived in Wyoming?

Here's a President's Day trivia question: What future President once called the Cowboy State home?

Including President Trump, 25 of the last 27 United States Presidents have visited Wyoming, dating back to Ulysses S...

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Republican Candidates Speak At Sunshine Summit In Orlando
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All The President’s Men…From Wyoming

In honor of Presidents Day, here’s a list of six Wyoming natives or residents who have been appointed to serve as Cabinet members.

Stan Hathaway – The first Wyomingite ever appointed to serve on the President’s cabinet, Hathaway had been elected to two terms as Wyoming’s Governor before being named Secretary of the Interior by President Gerald Ford in 1975...

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Demonstration Against Trump's Immigration Ban Takes Place After Ruling Was Overturned By State Dept.
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Would Wyoming Welcome Conservative California Refugees? [POLL RESULTS]

In the San Francisco East Bay area, conservatives say they live a secret life. Many feel that liberals speaking out about Trump has gone over the top. Do some want to move to a place like Wyoming?

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Cheyenne City Council Finalizes 6th-Penny Ballot

The Cheyenne City Council has finalized its list of sixth-penny projects and will put the ballot before voters on May 2.

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