I have been in radio since high school back in hometown Longview, Texas, also known as "The Piney Woods." My biggest culture shock was at the age of 23, when I was suddenly living in the concrete jungle of Chicago. After that, I fell in love with the dry, high, open, west the first of three times I lived in Denver. Between Denver, and other larger cities, I realize I enjoy Wyoming much better--It's nice and slow, as I am now, myself.
Wyoming High Schooler Scores In National Speech & Debate Finals [VIDEO]
There are over 150-thousand students in the world’s largest academic competition. It’s very impressive to place anywhere near the top and Wyoming is proud of the kid who came in second - Cheyenne East High School's Connor Sears.
The Best Camping Spot In Wyoming And Every State [PHOTOS, VIDEO]
Every state has one great best place to camp (yes, even New Jersey). We like the state where we live as the best for the outdoors, but does any other state top Wyoming?
What’s So Special About Eclipse Day In Wyoming?
August 21, 2017 we’ll see an eclipse in Wyoming. So, what is so special about that day? Well, there is that darkness thing at 11:40 in the morning. Worldwide, however, eclipses occur fairly often, two to five per year. It’s just that
Could The New Denver Bronco’s Offensive Line Be Really Good? [POLL]
Denver Bronco Center Matt Paradis is cleared after surgeries on both hips. That, and chances of an otherwise whole new offensive line, sounds great. Do you think they could be real good up front this year?
Road To California’s Gold Rush Went Through Wyoming
The National Road, the first federally sponsored highway, was busy during the California Gold Rush, 1849 - 50. Of course, that only went to St. Louis and it was even slower going in future Wyoming.
New Wyoming Lake Isn’t the First To Be Created By a Landslide
Maybe you got the interesting news of a Wyoming landslide that just created a new lake. Mother Nature can build a dam fast in Wyoming, like on Willow Creek south of Jackson. Well, believe it or not, this is not the first time.
Do Wyoming’s Billionaires Help The State?
Do Wyoming’s billionaires help the state? The answer is yes if we’re talking about bragging rights. Only Colorado has more billionaires than Wyoming in the mountain west.
Wyoming Wind Likely Shortens the Outdoor Life of Old Glory
The U.S. Government expects a nylon or cotton bunting flag to last about 90 days. We’ll assume that’s a running national average. Did they figure in average wind in Wyoming?
Wyoming’s Independence Rock Had The Biggest July 4th Parties In The West
Wyoming residents know the awesome outcropping of granite in Southwestern Natrona County as Independence Rock. Early Oregon Trail travelers wanted to be there by July 4rth, but not just for a party.
Where Are Fireworks Legal/NOT Legal In Wyoming? FAQ
Wyoming is one of 22 states that permits the sale of all, or most types of, consumer fireworks. Local laws, however, may highly restrict types permitted, or make fireworks not permitted at all. It is best to check with the city, county or nearest fire marshal where you may have hoped to light up the…
Wyoming Kid Wins On Food Network Show
Ladies and gentlemen of Wyoming, meet your Food Network Chopped Jr Champion. And see a photo gallery here of Jackson Hole’s Buck Milligan. He also won $25,000.
I Love Wyoming, But I’m Tired Of These 5 Things
The good news is you live in Wyoming. The bad news is you’re spoiled. Seriously, some things you love can actually get old. Maybe you’ll relate to 5 these great, but slightly frustrating things.