My name is Glenn Woods. Join me weekday mornings on KGAB 650AM, Cheyenne's News Talk Station. I grew up on an island off the West Coast of the Everglades, which means moving to Wyoming was a huge change for me. My scenery shifted from sea level and palm trees to high altitude sparse with trees. I fell in love with talk radio as a boy while listening to Larry King late at night as his words crackled through the radio by my bed. That was before his show went national and back when he was only heard on WIOD on Florida's East Coast. I've worked up and down the East Coast in markets such as Tampa and Orlando, and I was even syndicated for a while. Later, I dropped out of the radio industry for about six years to home-care my father through Alzheimer's. During that time, I authored two published novels and have works of fiction and non-fiction on the way. After my father's passing, I moved out went and rejoined the wild world of radio. Wyoming has been my home for the past seven years.
See The Pyramids Of Wyoming [VIDEO]
The tallest pyramid in Wyoming stands at 11,107 feet
See Inside The C-Span Bus, Cheyenne Wyoming [VIDEO]
The C-SPAN’s Bus is visiting all 50 state capitals as part of a 14-month tour as they celebrate their 25th anniversary of traveling the country.
Find The Graves Along The Oregon Trail, Wyoming [VIDEO]
The state of Wyoming has records of those that are known. Some of the names on this list include family history and how they died.
Commemorating 150th Anniversary of The Fort Laramie Treaty [VIDEO]
April 28 to November 6, 2018 tribes from across the region gathered to commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the signing of the 1868 Treaty of Fort Laramie.
Come Commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the Treaty of Fort Laramie
Honoring the Spirit will be held at Fort Laramie National Historic Site to commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the signing of the 1868 Treaty of Fort Laramie, beginning with a very public opening ceremony on April 28, 2018.
Visit The New Place To Eat In Burns Wyoming [VIDEO]
There are only a half dozen or so buildings in it's little down town. That is where a new and interesting little restaurant has just opened up.