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Cheyenne’s Most ‘Romantic’ Place: The History of Peacock Alley
The legend of Peacock Alley dates back to 1936, when the indoor walkway connecting the hotel lobby to Capitol Avenue was renovated.
Josh Allen Hopes To Be The Latest Super Bowl Champ With Wyoming Roots
If John Allen leads the Bills to the Super Bowl this year, he'll join a long list of players with Wyoming roots that have made it to the championship game.
The History Of Cheyenne’s Hitching Post Inn
For nearly a century, The Hitching Post Inn was a Cheyenne icon, hosting movie stars, musicians, politicians, and five United States Presidents.
Where To Recycle Your Christmas Tree In Cheyenne
If you live in the Cheyenne city limits, recycling your live Christmas tree is easy.
Fun Fact: Singing Christmas Carols Is Still Against The Law In Cheyenne
In 1897, The City of Cheyenne passed an ordinance prohibiting public performances without a permit. Nearly 122 years later, singing Christmas carols in public could, technically, subject you to a $750 fine or six months in jail.
Wyoming’s Weird Reindeer Law Could Get Santa Fined
For years, Santa has willfully disregarded a state law that prohibits anyone from bringing reindeer into Wyoming without a permit.
The Five Coldest Jobs in the Cowboy State
Here's our completely unofficial and totally subjection list of the five coldest professions in Wyoming. These jobs get really tough when Arctic air engulfs the Cowboy State.
Cheyenne’s Coldest Christmas Was 14 Degrees Below Zero
December 25, 1876, the mercury dropped to a bone-chilling 14 degrees below zero.
Two Wyoming Towns Ranked Among America’s 50 Coldest Cities
Fairbanks, Alaska, finished first in the study, followed by Grand Forks, Williston, and Fargo, North Dakota. Duluth, Minnesota rounded out the top five.
Three Wyoming Towns Make ‘Coldest Cities On Christmas’ List
Casper, Lander, and Sheridan were named among the "50 Coldest Cities in the Country on Christmas" in a study.