I grew up in the small town of Lingle, Wyoming. I got a degree in Media Communication from Bethel University in the Twin Cities area in Minnesota. I lived there for 7 years and only made it to the Mall of America 6 times. I did however attend too many Twins games to count. I moved back to Wyoming in November of 2009 to be closer to my family. I have two nieces that can make anybody's heart melt. When I am not working I am most likely dancing or playing volleyball, wait that's what I wish I was doing all the time...gotta work on that. (Profile Photo by Anne Brande - Ludwig Photography)
Cowboys Lose at Boise State, 68-61, Without Larry Nance, Jr.
Revenge was not in order for the Wyoming Cowboys, who lost 68-61 to Boise State on Saturday in Boise.
Wyoming Offensive Coordinator Takes Job at New Mexico State
Wyoming football will have a new offensive coordinator for 2013. New Mexico State announced on Friday that it has hired Gregg Brandon as the Aggies' new offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.
2013 Wyoming Football Recruiting Class Announced
Head Coach Dave Christensen announced his fifth recruiting class at Wyoming on Wednesday. The 2013 class is composed of 11 recruits on offense, 11 on defense and 1 special teams recruit. The signees include 15 high schooler, 7 junior college transfers and 1 walk-on who was awarded a scholarship.
Laramie Gets $5.4M to Build Technology Park
A $5.4 million grant for Laramie to build the Cirrus Sky Technology Park was approved on a 3-to-1 vote by the State Loan and Investment Board on Thursday in Cheyenne. It is the largest Community Readiness Grant in the history of the Wyoming Business Council. Secretary of State Max Maxfield, State Au…
Alan Jackson Replacing Lady Antebellum at Cheyenne Frontier Days
Alan Jackson will playing be at Cheyenne Frontier Days on Saturday, July 20th. Lady Antebellum was originally slated for Frontier Nights on that date, but cancelled after Hillary Scott announced her pregnancy.
SLIB to Decide on $5.4M Grant for Cirrus Sky Technology Park
In one week Laramie will know whether or not it will receive a $5.4 million grant to create the Cirrus Sky Technology Park. The State Loan and Investment Board is scheduled to hold a special grant and loan meeting on Thursday, Jan. 17th in Cheyenne.