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Happy 153rd Birthday, Fort Collins
Although the city wasn't officially incorporated until 1883, Fort Collins was established 153 years ago, on August 14, 1864.
Named for Colonel William Collins, the fort was built to protect travelers on the Overland Trail. The original camp was located on the Cache La Poudre River near the town …
There Are Now Less Than 100 Working Payphones in Wyoming
If you travel across Wyoming, you stand a better chance of seeing a bear than a payphone. According to an online payphone directory, there are now less than 100 of them still in service.
Like bears, most of the few payphones left are in or around Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park...
The Best Beach Towns in Wyoming
Picture yourself on a sandy beach, the sun is shining, a gentle breeze is blowing and the waves are crashing in the distance. Now imagine that you’re in...Wyoming?
Believe it or not, life’s a beach here in the Cowboy State.
Here's our completely unofficial list of Wyoming's best …
Cheyenne Goes Nuts For Planters ‘Nutmobile’
Have you met "Shelly" yet? The Planters Peanuts promotional vehicle, affectionately named the "Nutmobile" rolled into Cheyenne over the weekend, making two appearances at the King Soopers on Dell Range.
The Nutmobile also stopped in Rawlins as it continues a c…
Uncool Dad’s Chugwater, Wyoming Photo Earns Internet Shame
Someday, she will look back and treasure this memory. For now, one young lady's Wyoming road trip will be an embarassing reminder of her father's corny sense of humor.
A picture featuring her father chugging water in front of a sign in Chugwater, Wyoming, made the front page of the popular website Re…
Researchers Discover 13 Ancient Villages in Wyoming Mountains
Did you know people have been living in Wyoming for over 2,500 years? Archaeologists from Sheffield University in England recently uncovered artifacts from 13 ancient villages in the Wind River Range.
The recent discovery sheds new light on ancient people living at high elevations...

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