Nancy (the kind hearted), Teri Landreth & Steve Cooper strike a pose.
Last Friday started bright and early (4:30am) getting ready for an all day Adopt-a-thon at The Cheyenne Animal Shelter. A grand success for the animals that found new homes and some new ground breaking ideas that made it most unique. I
Tommy Ramone, of the punk band the Ramones and the last surviving member of the original group, died at 12:15 p.m. Friday 7/11/2014) at his home in Ridgewood, Queens. He had been in hospice care following treatment for cancer of the bile duct
The full moon on Saturday appears to be unusually large. There’s a name for this.
A ''supermoon,'' occurs when a full moon is relatively close to Earth because the moon follows an elliptical orbit, not a circular orbit. It appears bigg
Extreme heat from the park's underground super volcano is adding to the heat of the summer sun and have melted a section of road in Yellowstone National Park, forcing the temporary closure of the 3.3-mile-long Firehole Lake Drive
If you want fish in the frying pan, you've got to go where the fish are. And right now they are hitting in a lot of places. In fact, its some of the best fishing of the year so far, at North Platte River – Grey Reef, North Platte River and Encampment River – Saratoga Valley and Snowy Range
Wyoming became the 44th state to join the union on this day in 1890. We are the 10th largest state in the union, but with just over 550,000 residents, we have the smallest population of all of them, Millions of tourists visit Wyoming every year to see one of the most popular national parks in the country,Yellowstone National Park
The Outfield was one of the hottest power pop bands of the 80s, and their monster “Your Love” hit was everywhere in 1986. The man who wrote, sang and played it, guitarist John Spinks, died of liver cancer Wednesday. He was 60.
When a Frontier Airlines flight from Washington, DC, to Denver was diverted to Cheyenne, Wyoming because of severe weather on Monday, the captain reached into his own wallet after realizing his passengers hadn't eaten in seven hours
Having some catfish on a warm summer day, in the shade with a nice breeze to take some of the edge off the 85 degree heat. But my plans for a quiet, relaxing lunch hit a bump in the road. Suddenly, the breeze turns to gusty wind and all of a sudden, the umbrella from up wind ends up launching into the one at my table. It ben
In our great United States, every state has its own tastes and hence, a “comfort food.” Thrilllist.com says here in the Cowboy State, “Beef and buffalo jerky is available in every general store, gas station, restaurant counter, and roadside shack from Cheyenne to Sheridan.” While I see their point, I th
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