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Wyoming’s Scariest Movies
When you think about Wyoming movies, old westerns typically come to mind.
While the Cowboy State has inspired many tales of rugged, frontier justice, it’s also been the setting for some terrifying science fiction thrillers and horror films...
How Wyoming Public Schools Helped Create An Evil Genius
He was born Randall Severn Parker III, but fans of the popular adult cartoon South Park know him as Trey Parker.
During his career, Parker has won five Emmy awards, four Tony awards and a Grammy for the long running cartoon and his hit Broadway musical The Book of Mormon...
New Movie Profiles Wyoming’s Most Famous Madam [Trailer]
For over 60 years, Dell Burke was an institution in the town of Lusk, Wyoming.
From 1920 to 1978, Burke owned and operated the most famous brothel in the Cowboy State, The Yellow Hotel.
Burke arrived in the bustling mining boom town in 1919 after authorities in Casper had shut down her business in the…
The Legend of Matt Groathouse, Wyoming’s ‘Skater Guy’
Most students who attend the University of Wyoming eventually graduate and move along. Some of them never leave.
Matt Groathouse's love for skateboarding began in seventh grade. Throughout junior high, high school and college, the Laramie native would practice new tricks on the UW campus...
Throwback Thursday: Beavis and Butthead Visit Wyoming [Video]
If you grew up in the '90s, this is going to make you feel really old. The classic cartoon comedy "Beavis and Butthead Do America" celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.
Released in 1996, the full lenth feature film follows the two misfits on a cross country journey, which …
Website Honors Wyoming’s Best Actor
The popular travel and entertainment website Thrillist recently published a list ranking "The Best Actor From Every State".
And the winner is...
Matthew Fox. The Party of Five and Lost star moved to Crowheart, Wyoming, as an infant...

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