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Garth Brooks Makes Triumphant Return To Cheyenne Frontier Days [REVIEW, SETLIST]
25 years after his last Cheyenne Frontier Days show, Garth Brooks returned to the Daddy of ‘Em All on Friday night, electrifying 25,000 rowdy fans
Wyoming Was Once Part of Mexico
Although present-day Wyoming was already a United States Territory in 1862, nearly 10 percent of land in the Cowboy State was once a part of Mexico.
Five Of The Coldest Days in Wyoming History
Here's a frigid look back at some of the coldest days in the history of the Cowboy State.
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.
How Wyoming Celebrated Christmas in the Late 1800s
Here in Wyoming, Christmas has been officially observed since the territory was first granted statehood in 1890. But a lot has changed since then.
Hilarious and Disgusting Reviews Of Cheap Motels in Cheyenne
The stories usually begin the same way, "I came for Cheyenne Frontier Days and it was the last room in town."
July 30, 1989: Lane Frost Dies At Cheyenne Frontier Days
July 30, 1989, was the darkest day in CFD history. Legendary bull rider Lane Frost died after a tragic accident in the rodeo arena.
The Time the US Supreme Court Kept The University of Wyoming in Laramie
In 1907 a landmark ruling by the United States Supreme Court kept the University of Wyoming in Laramie.
Five Fun Facts About Wyoming’s Area Code To Celebrate ‘307 Day’
307 was one of the 86 original area codes established by the Bell Telephone company in 1947.
Wyoming’s Cocaine Epidemic in the Early 1900s
We hear a lot about meth and prescription drug abuse here in Wyoming. 100 years ago, the Cowboy State had a different drug of choice, cocaine.
New Map Shows What Wyoming Looked Like Millions Of Years Ago
With the help of a new interactive map, you can now see what the Cowboy State looked like through the ages, dating back to the Cryogenian Period 750 million years ago.
Coin Collector Says 2007 Wyoming Quarter Could Be Worth Thousands
At an auction, a 2007 Wyoming quarter struck at the Philadelphia Mint sold for $2,115.