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The Hazardous And Hilarious History Of Laramie Cigarettes
Decades before they sponsored the "Little Miss Springfield Beauty Pageant" on The Simpsons, Laramie Cigarettes was one of the most popular brands in the country.
A Pair UFO Sightings That Terrified Wyoming’s Biggest City in the 1970s and 1980s
Here's a look back at one of Cheyenne's most infamous encounters.
A St. Patrick’s Day Tribute to the Town of Patrick, Wyoming
Just in time for St. Patrick's Day, here's a salute to the tiny ghost town of Patrick, Wyoming.
Super Bowl Champions From Wyoming
Here's a list of Wyoming natives and University of Wyoming alums who have represented the Cowboy State on the biggest stage in sports.
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.
The Worst Christmas Party in Wyoming History
December 25, 1866, soldiers at Fort Laramie gathered for the Christmas party. By night's end, it would be the saddest holiday celebration in Wyoming history.
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.
Wyoming History: The Year Coffee Was Banned in Casper and Cheyenne
Due to repeated "violations of wartime rationing restrictions" in the area, the cities of Casper and Cheyenne temporarily outlawed the sale of coffee.