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Fun Fact: 9.8 Percent of Wyoming Residents Are Left Handed
Just in time for International Left-Handers Day, here's an interesting statistic: Wyoming has the second-lowest percentage of lefties in the country.
William Shatner’s New History Channel Show Profiles Devils Tower [VIDEO]
William Shatner has boldly gone where no man has gone before. This summer, the iconic Star Trek actor boldly went to Wyoming to explore the mysteries of Devils Tower on the new History Channel series The UnXplained.
Kids Cannon Shoot Is The ‘Most Wyoming’ Event Ever
At the annual event, kids learn how to load and fire a real cannon, blasting pop bottles, lead balls, and bowling balls 500 yards into the air.
USAF Thunderbirds Have Been A Cheyenne Tradition For 66 Years
2019 marks the 66th anniversary of the first United States Air Force Thunderbirds show at Cheyenne Frontier Days. The Demonstration Squadron has flown over Cheyenne since the year it was founded in 1953.
Five Fun Facts About The Wyoming State Capitol
The Capitol was originally built in 1887 for $150,000, the modern-day equivalent of $4 million. The cost to renovate just the Capitol building was $116 million in 2017.
Two Wyoming Towns Top List Of Worst Cities For Lighting Strikes
If you think we have a lot of lightning here in southeastern Wyoming, be glad you're not on the other side of the Cowboy State. Green River and Rock Springs recently ranked as the two worst cities in the country for damaging or deadly lightning strikes.
Wyoming’s Stinkiest Town Asks Voters To Fight The Funk
Every summer, several tons of frozen wastewater melts at a facility in Rock Springs and the west end of town smells like a giant portapotty. Now, Wyoming's funkiest city is proposing a new 'stink tax' to help stop the stench.
Study Claims Average Wyoming Resident Eats 251 Hamburgers Per Year
Wyoming residents love burgers, according to a new study that ranked the Cowboy State seventh for per capita hamburger consumption nationwide.
Fun Fact: The University of Wyoming’s Youngest Student Was 12
The 12-year-old was one of several "whiz kids" who enrolled at the University of Wyoming before reaching adulthood.
The City Of Casper Was Founded 130 Years Ago Today
The Oil City was officially incorporated on May 6, 1889. Named after Army Lt. Caspar Collins, a mistake was made when the town name was registered which changed the spelling to the modern-day version.
Study Ranks Wyoming One Of The Ten Worst States For Beer Drinkers
On the bright side, beer is relatively cheap in Wyoming, which ranked 20th for the average cost of a 12 oz. beer at bars and liquor stores.
Funny Film Proves Once And For All That Wyoming Does Not Exist
In the short film, a Wyoming native learns his home state is actually North Colorado.