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How Wyoming’s Happy Jack Road Got Its Name
If you thought your co-workers were loud, here's a fun fact. Happy Jack Road was named for a guy who wouldn't stop singing at work.
70 Years Ago: The Latest Snowstorm in Cheyenne History
June 12, 1947, a blizzard dumped 9 inches of snow on Cheyenne. It remains the latest snowfall ever recorded in the Capital City.
Fun Fact: Wyoming Was Once A Part of Mexico
At one point, Wyoming was part of four countries.
Will Cheyenne Get More Snow In May? History Says Yes
Since 1981, Cheyenne has averaged 1.7 days of measurable snowfall during May, with a monthly average of 2.3 inches.
Clothing Optional Hot Spring Named Wyoming’s Best Place To ‘Get Naked’
Wild exhibitionists in Wyoming can get really close to nature at Hot Springs Park in Thermopolis.
Book Profiles Wyoming Couple’s ‘Homicidal Love Story’
'Alice & Gerald: A Homicidal Love Story' recounts the tale of Alice and Gerald Uden, an elderly couple convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison in 2014.
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.
Wyoming’s Wildest Outlaws Were Killed More Than a Century Ago…Or Were They?
November 6, 1908, Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid were gunned down in South America. But, the demise of the infamous Wyoming outlaws remains shrouded in mystery.
A Saint Patrick’s Day Tribute To The Town Of Patrick, Wyoming
Ed Patrick was not a saint. He came to Wyoming in 1876 and drove a stagecoach on the Cheyenne to Deadwood trail. A decade later, he founded a town 13 miles north of Torrington.
Five Fun Facts To Celebrate ‘307 Day’
307 was one of the 86 original area codes established by the Bell Telephone company in 1947.