Personality, writer, foodie, music lover, traveler, history buff, baseball fan, and beer-snob from Wyoming.
An International Women’s Day Tribute to Wyoming’s Most Legendary Ladies
Wyoming earned its nickname as the "Equality State" before it even became a state. In 1869, 21 years before it was officially granted statehood, Wyoming was the first territory in America to give women the right to vote. Over the years, Wyoming women have continued to make historic progress...
Happy 100th Anniversary to the Wyoming State Flag
100 years ago today, on January 31, 1917, Governer Robert D. Carey signed a bill into law adopting the official Wyoming State Flag.
Video Shows Just How Irresponsible Some Truck Drivers Are In Wyoming [WARNING: GRAPHIC LANGUAGE]
Wednesday, Cheyenne resident Willy Megard was riding to work on Interstate 80, when a tragic accident near the Pine Bluffs exit forced WYDOT to close the highway. During the congestion, while crews were still racing to the scene, several truck drivers began to back up in the emergency lane...
9-Year-Old Girl Writes Adorable Poem About Wyoming’s Most Famous Turkey, Thomas Gobbles
Of the thousands of wild turkeys in Wyoming, only one has their own Facebook page. Thomas Gobbles has been a controversial Casper celebrity for several years. While some have accused Thomas of blocking traffic, chasing mailmen, harassing students at Casper College, lewd displays of affection and a general disregard for public safety, he is beloved by hundreds of children in Natrona County... Read
What Is Wyoming’s Most Conservative Town?
When it comes to politics, Wyoming is one of the most conservative states in America. In the 2012 Presidential Election, 68.64% of Wyoming voters cast their ballots for Mitt Romney. Only Utah had a higher percentage of Republican voters...
A Ping Pong Ball Decided the Weirdest Election in Wyoming History
In 1994, the race for Wyoming's State House was decided by a ping pong ball.
Corporate ‘Trademark Bully’ Forces Wyoming Brewery to Change Its Name
Wyoming's Clear Creek Brewery is being forced to change its name by a corporate distillery located over 1,000 miles away.
The Cursed and Haunted History of Casper’s World Famous Wonder Bar
Yesterday, owners of Casper's World Famous Wonder Bar announced they will be selling the iconic downtown saloon next month. A Casper institution for over 82 years, the Wonder Bar has seen its fair share of turmoil, surviving nearly a dozen owners, several name changes and even a so-called curse...
The Closest Election in Wyoming History
In yesterday's primary election, House District 41 Republican candidate Bill Henderson defeated his opponent Patrick Fitzgerald by one vote, 583 to 582. Another race was decided by four votes. Interestingly, Henderson's victory was not the closest election in Wyoming history...
New Report Ranks Wyoming’s Most Stolen Cars and Trucks
If you drive a full sized Chevy pick-up, be careful. You own the most commonly stolen vehicle in Wyoming. According to a recent report from the National Insurance Crime Bureau, these are the ten most commonly stolen cars and trucks in the Cowboy State...