About 4:30 this morning, I left home on wet and slushy streets with fresh snow on the grass (which says thank you by the way). Could this be the last of the Spring snow in Southeast Wyoming? That's the key, it's Wyoming
Seismologists have discovered a reservoir of hot, partly molten rock hidden some 12-28 miles beneath Yellowstone National Park’s super-volcano. The magma could fill the 1000 cubic-mile-Grand Canyon more than 11 times
A friend of mine and his wife are bee keepers and are the only reliable source of honey with the honeycomb that I know of. He plays drums in a rockin’ country Wyoming band that plays here and in Colorado on a regular basis
One of the true greats of not just rock, but many genres of music that I have come to love will perform in concert at 8:00 tonight (Saturday, April 25) at The Gryphon Theater in Laramie. Tickets are $33 - $35 and well worth it
It was a miracle of modern science, gone bizarre. A 48 year old guy in England had a tumor removed from his mouth a year and a half ago, but then had trouble talking because a huge section of his tongue was gone because of the surgery
The 6th Division, 20th Regiment, Company A is bringing history to life at the Cheyenne VA Medical Center, 2360 East Pershing in Cheyenne. Volunteers and local historians put on this living history display annually, and today, Friday, April 24th through 4p
45 years ago today, in 1970, Grace Slick, lead singer of Jefferson Airplane, was invited by Tricia Nixonto have tea at the White House. Grace agreed to go . . . just so she could lace President Tricky Dick Nixon’s tea with the LSD . . . but she pul
While the high number of jobs in the balance depend on a high enough price to encourage production in Wyoming, others hope for lower prices. Gasoline costs can quickly cut into a family budget in direct driving themselves and the added costs tacked on to goods trucked in to stores and service centers
Today, Thursday, April 23, 2015, it’s time to Go Fly a Kite. Paul Smith will lead activities at the Children's Village at the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens at 616 S. Lions Park Drive in Cheyenne. Children of all ages can build a kite and launch it into the air starting at 4:00 pm.
Build a kite - and fly it in the wind - ‘til it's gone with the wind.
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