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Fun Fact: Wyoming Has Six Professional Mall Santas
During the six-week holiday rush, a typical mall Santa can make up to $10,000. Veteran Santas often earn even more.
One Of Cheyenne’s Most Famous Weddings Took Place 77 Years Ago
November 21, 1940, literary legend Ernest Hemingway and writer Martha Gellhorn tied the knot at the Laramie County Courthouse, then celebrated their nuptials with a reception at the Cheyenne Depot.
Where Does ‘Wind River’ Rank Among Wyoming’s Best Movies? [POLL]
"Wind River" has been hailed among the best films of 2017. But how does it stack up against with best movies ever based in, or made in, Wyoming? Let's find out.
Wyoming Man Has The Country’s Largest Collection of Military Vehicles
Dan Starks has over 120 vintage tanks and vehicles and is planning to open a military museum in his hometown of Dubois.
The Night AC/DC Rocked Casper, Wyoming
Wednesday, July 27, 1988, AC/DC brought their "Blow Up Your Video Tour" with White Lion to the Casper Events Center. It was the only time they've ever performed in Wyoming.
Wyoming’s Weirdest Movie ‘Starship Troopers’ Turns 20
The futuristic sci-fi thriller, which featured hundreds of extras from Casper and Cheyenne, was released in November of 1997.
Study Claims Wyoming Is The Third Least-Visited State
An estimated 8.5 million people visit Wyoming every year. Believe it or not, only Alaska and Delaware have fewer visitors.
Today Marks The 35th Anniversary of The Richard Jahnke Murder
One of the most infamous events in Wyoming history happened 35 years ago today. November, 16, 1982, 16-year-old Richard Jahnke Jr. and his sister Deborah killed their abusive father at their home near Cheyenne.
Five Reasons Josh Allen Will ‘Cowboy Up’ Against Fresno State On Saturday
Josh Allen is officially listed as questionable for Wyoming's home finale after injuring his throwing shoulder last week. Here are five reasons we think he will be in the starting lineup against Fresno State.
Wyoming Skiers Win X Games ‘Real Mountain’ Gold Medal
In case there was any doubt, the debate is now settled. The best slopes in the country are right here in Wyoming. Thanks to a group of local skiers and snowboarders, Jackson Hole just won the first-ever X Games 'Real Mountain' Gold Medal.