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Capture Of San Juan Hill
Painting depicts a charge by American troops that led to the capture of the strategically important San Juan Hill during the Spanish-American War, Cuba, July 1, 1898. Hulton Archive, Getty Images.
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A Tribute to Wyoming’s First War Hero, Charles Duval Roberts

This weekend, we remember the brave men and women who gave their lives for our country.

Five soldiers who were either born or lived in Wyoming have been awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor...

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Soldiers Of The 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment Hosts Annual Flags-In Ceremony At Arlington Cemetery
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A Memorial Day Tribute To Fallen Wyoming Heroes

On Memorial Day, we honor the sacrifice of the brave men and women who gave their lives for our country. Here in Wyoming, 755 soldiers have died in battle since World War I...

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<> on March 18, 2015 in Washington, DC.
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Wyoming’s Greatest War Heroes

Next week, our nation will remember the thousands of brave men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom.

Here’s a salute to five of the greatest men to have ever served our country, all of whom hailed from the great state of Wyoming...

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The Reagan''s Celebrate Their 50th Anniversary
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The Reagans in Wyoming [VIDEO]

Nancy Reagan was among the most beloved women in America. The former first lady passed away this weekend at the age of 94. Over the years, the Reagans traveled to Wyoming several times.

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Wyoming Law Enforcment Academy
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Peace Officer Memorial Honors 1877 Death

A ceremony honoring Peace Officers who died in the line of duty takes place tomorrow morning at 11am. Its held at the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy in Douglas and happens in conjunction with National Police Week.

Casper Police Chief, Chris Walsh, says the ceremony this year in Wyoming honors an officer who died over 130 years ago.

"His name is Adolf Cuny and he was killed on July 27th 1877 working for the Laramie Sheriffs Department."

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