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50 Years Ago: The Doors Record Their First Demo Under a Different Name

No one could have guessed what would come of the combo that wandered into Los Angeles' World Pacific Studios on Sept. 2, 1965.

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Remembering Our Little Buddy, Gilligan [VIDEO]

Robert used to teach mathematics, history and Physical Education in a catholic school before he started acting.

He got his 1st acting job in The Many Loves Of Dobie Gillis in 1959 but became famous in the mid 60s for his starring role in a show about the 2nd most famous shipwreck in history, that washed ashore on Gilligan’s Island

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This Day in Rock History: August 28

On August 28, 1964 the Beatles met Bob Dylan, who introduced them to his friend Mary Jane.

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The 5 Best Teams in Wyoming Cowboys Football History

Next weekend, the University of Wyoming Cowboys football program enters its 119th season. Over the years, the Pokes have had some really good, and some really bad, teams. Here's our list of the five best seasons in the history of the program

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5 Little Known Facts About The University of Wyoming Football Program

Next month, The University of Wyoming kicks off their 119th football season. Here's a few interesting facts that you might not know about the program's long and storied history, which dates all the way back to 1893

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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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Wyoming History: The Woman’s Suffrage Movement Began Here in the Cowboy State

This week, women all over the country celebrate the anniversary of a historic milestone. 95 years ago, on August 18, 1920, congress ratified the 19th Amendment, granting women the right to vote. It was the culmination of a movement that began decades earlier when Wyoming became the first territory to approve woman's suffrage

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Wyoming’s Oldest Bar Offers a Taste of Old West History

32 miles east of Wheatland, near the Guernsey Reservoir off of State Highway 26, lies the tiny town of Hartville, population 62, the oldest incorporated town in Wyoming.

While its days as a mining boom town in the late 19th century are long gone, there is still one local business that's thriving

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The 5 Best Baseball Players In Wyoming History

The great state of Wyoming has produced its fair share of professional athletes over the years. Here's our list of the five finest baseball players from the Cowboy state.

1. Art Howe - Before he made the big leagues, Howe attended the University of Wyoming in the late 1960's

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Billy Joel To Woodstock: Get Me Out Of Here [VIDEO]

46 years ago today, August 17th, 1969, the third and final day of the original Woodstock kicked off with JOE COCKER.  He played 11 songs and ended his set with the theme song of "The Wonder Years" . . . "With a Little Help from My Friends"

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Michael Smith, Newsmakers, Getty Images
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Wyoming World Records

Over the years, there's been some interesting world records set here in the great state of Wyoming. Here's five of the weirdest, and a few that probably won't surprise you.

1. In 2010, Ed Bruns set the record for the most number of body piercings, when over 1,500 needles were inserted into his body during an event in Gillette

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Grateful Memories of McCormick Jr. High School in Downtown Cheyenne

 

Anyone else attend McCormick Jr. High School when it was downtown?

Summer vacation is dwindling down and it won't be long before school starts. This week, my son, Jerry, got registered for seventh grade and it made me think back to my junior high days.

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Learn How to Make a Proper Toast All Over the World

You probably think making a toast is pretty simple. But if you find yourself outside the U.S. border, you'd be well advised to learn some of these other traditions because the art of making a toast is as unique to each country as its national anthem.

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