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5 Insanely Intense Game Winning Moments
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5 Insanely Intense Game-Winning Moments That Made Us Cheer

Will they go down in history as heroes, or choke when it matters most? Many of the most rewarding moments in professional sports are borne from last-second heroics.

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Category: History, Sports
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Opa! Greek Festival This Weekend!

Cheyenne Greek Festival, Friday, September 14, 2012 and Saturday, September 15, 2012.  Frontier Park Exhibition Hall, Our parish of Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church invite everyone to come out and enjoy  authentic Greek food, pastries, beer and imported goods.

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9/11 What Should We Do To Carry On? [VIDEO]

I know how stunned and saddened I was on that day...I will never forget where I was or what I was doing at that tragic moment.

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(Photos- Enzi: AMSF2011, flickr.com; World Trade Center: dfbphotos, flickr.com)
(Photos- Enzi: AMSF2011, flickr.com; World Trade Center: dfbphotos, flickr.com)
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Senator Mike Enzi Reflects on 9/11/01 Terrorist Attacks

Wyoming’s senior U.S. Senator, Mike Enzi, issued a statement concerning the 11th anniversary of September 11, 2001.  The statement was made available in a press release distributed Monday.

“Over a decade ago we stood together as Americans, we were united. American flags hung from every wi

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This Day in History for September 9 – California Gains Statehood and More

Here’s a look at some interesting events that took place on this day in history:

1776 – The Second Continental Congress changes the name of the nation from the United Colonies to the United States of America (More info)

1850 – California is admitted as the 31st US state, bypassing the usual waiting period of being a territory first (More info)

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Category: History, Music News, News
Voyager Spacecraft Near Edge of Heliosphere (flickR User/NASAblueshift)
Voyager Spacecraft Near Edge of Heliosphere (flickR User/NASAblueshift)
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After 35 Years, Voyagers Heading to Unknown Space

Voyager Spacecraft Near Edge of Heliosphere (flickR User/NASAblueshift)Have you ever wondered what lies beyond our Solar System?

The longest-operating spacecraft in NASA history are about to leave our Solar System.
Yesterday marked the 35th anniversary of Voyager1's launch to Jupiter and Saturn, it is now more than 11 billion miles from the sun.

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Grateful Memories of Astronaut Neil Armstrong [VIDEO]

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Were you watching when Neil Armstrong stepped on the moon?

If you haven't watched the historic black and white footage, here's a YouTube video collage. Watching it took me right back to July 20, 1969.

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A construction worker at the Emerson Building on August 7, 2012. (J. Green/TSM)
A construction worker at the Emerson Building on August 7, 2012. (J. Green/TSM)
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Emerson Building Renovation Brings Back McCormick Jr High Memories

Did you attend McCormick Junior High School in downtown Cheyenne?

Outside our KING FM studios at the ANB Bank, I've been watching the crews renovating the exterior of the Emerson Building on Capitol Avenue this Summer.

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Chip Somodevilla, Getty Images
Chip Somodevilla, Getty Images
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First Man on the Moon Neil Armstrong Dead at Age 82

Chip Somodevilla, Getty Images

The first person to set foot on the Earth’s moon, Neil Armstrong passed away today (Aug. 25) due to complications resulting from cardiovascular procedures. He was 82.

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Category: History, News
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This Day in History for August 24 – Mount Vesuvius Erupts and More

Here’s a look at some interesting events that took place on this day in history:

79 – Mount Vesuvius erupts, burying the cities of Pompeii, Herculaneum and Stabiae in volcanic ash (More info)

1912 – Alaska becomes a United States territory (More info)

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Category: History, News
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Manny Valdes, Flickr
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Who invented Sunglasses? The Answer May Surprise You

When you’re out in the bright sun, and you want to have some fun without squinting for hours on end, you need a pair of sunglasses to shield your eyes.

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This Day in History for August 23 – Gaddafi Overthrown and More

Here’s a look at some interesting events that took place on this day in history:

1926 – Silent film star Rudolph Valentino dies from a ruptured ulcer at the age of 31, sending tens of thousands of fans into a hysterical state of mass mourning (More info)

1939 – Germany and the Soviet Union shock the world by signing the Hitler-Stalin Pact (More info)

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