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Neighborhood Lemonade Stands Are Illegal In Cheyenne
According to a Cheyenne municipal ordinance, kids who set up lemonade stands without a permit are, technically, breaking the law.
Cheyenne Frontier Days Concerts In The 1980s
The Daddy of 'Em All really rocked in the 1980s. Here's a look back at the biggest CFD concerts of the decade.
Buffalo Broadcaster Quits His Job After Josh Allen Bet Backfires
SportsRadio 550 WGR-AM personality Ryan Gates is stepping down after betting his job that the Bills would draft UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen instead of Allen.
‘Burp and Fart’ Study Could Help Greeley Smell Better Someday
Thanks to a new study designed to decrease animal flatulence, someday it may be possible to drive through Greeley, Colorado, without holding your breath.
Patti Fiasco To Open For Blondie At Free Fort Collins Music Festival
One of Wyoming's best homegrown bands just landed another big show. Patti Fiasco has been invited to open for Blondie at the Bohemian Nights New West Fest in Fort Collins.
Former Stanley Cup Champion Is Now A Wyoming Rancher
Bobby Holik was one of the toughest hockey players of his era. The two-time Stanley Cup winner and NHL All-Star has proudly called the Cowboy State home for nearly 25 years.
Wyoming’s Last Drive-In Movie Theater Is Still Going Strong
Today is National Drive-In Movie Theater Day. During the 50s and 60s, there were dozens of drive-in theaters across the Cowboy State. Now, there's only one.
Wyoming Legend Marcus Harris Back On College Hall Of Fame Ballot
Harris was a two-time All American, 1996 Biletnikoff Award winner and set an NCAA record with 4,518 career receiving yards.
Wyoming Has The Lowest Beer Tax In The Nation
Wyoming's beer tax is less than two cents per gallon, four cents per gallon lower than any other state.
Study Ranks Wyoming Worst In The Country For High-Tech Jobs
Wyoming has the lowest percentage of technology-based industries in the nation. According to a new study, just over two percent of jobs in the Cowboy State are classified as high-tech.