The Most Shocking Moment in Cheyenne Frontier Days History
In 1909, organizers held a car race at Frontier Days. Sadly, the "Cheyenne 200" would become one of the most shocking moments in CFD history.
What is the Bison Hiding At the Wyoming / Colorado Border?
Wyomingites know home is just 1 mile ahead when they see this bison on the bluff on the east side of I-25 near Carr. It’s a metal cutout that hides a secret.
Fun Fact: The City of Cheyenne, Wyoming Was Born On The 4th of July
July 4, 1867, General Greenville Dodge arrived, named the town Cheyenne and plotted a four-square-mile area that would later become Wyoming's Capital City.
A Salute To The Cowboy State’s Most Patriotic Town: Veteran, Wyoming
Did you know there's a town in the Cowboy State that was founded specifically for soldiers? Just in time for Independence Day, here's a tribute to the town of Veteran, Wyoming.
Meet ‘Smetty’ – Wyoming’s Lake Monster Legend
In northeastern Wyoming, there is a legend of a prehistoric creature living in Lake De Smet that they've named 'Smetty.'
Wyoming’s Most Important Food Innovation
Potatoes Oles are a national treasure. Pair them with a warm cup of queso and you have the most divine dinner on both sides of the Divide.
A Memorial Day Tribute To Wyoming’s Greatest Heroes
Five Wyoming war heroes that have been awarded the country's highest award, the Congressional Medal of Honor.
Small Town Wyoming Bar Is Haunted By A Drunk Ghost Called ‘Candyman’ [VIDEO]
In the 1940s, a candy salesman stopped in for a drink at the Shoshone Bar in Lovell, Wyo. He hasn't been seen since, but he has been heard.
Wyoming’s Largest Outhouse Is Two Stories Tall
If you still want to experience the "relief" of the wild west... there's a massive outhouse just for you in the small town of Encampment.
5 Places ‘Stranger Things’ Should Film In Wyoming
'Stranger Things' could benefit from filming a few episodes in Wyoming. Here are some great ideas for season 4.
A Look Back Wyoming’s Last Total Solar Eclipse in 1918 [PHOTOS]
The last time a solar eclipse passed over Wyoming, our state had six million sheep and 190,000 people.
The History of Turkeys in Wyoming
Wyoming is home to one of the largest wild turkey populations in the west, but that wasn't always the case. Up until the 1930's, there were no wild turkeys in the Cowboy State. That changed when the Wyoming Department of Game and Fish organized a trade with New Mexico, exchanging several sage grouse for 15 wild turkeys. ...