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The History Of Wyoming’s Paniolo Trophy Rivalry With Hawaii
The Paniolo Trophy was created 40 years ago by a group of Hawaii natives living in Wyoming. Named after the Hawaiian word for cowboy, the bronze trophy features a wrangler on horseback lassoing a bull.
Wyoming Boy Inspires Rockies Wild Card Hero Tony Wolters
Colorado Rockies catcher Tony Wolters is being hailed as a hero after driving in the winning run in last night's Wild Card game. But his hero is a 9-year-old boy from Riverton, Wyo.
Wyoming Bar Haunted By A Ghost Called ‘The Candy Man’ [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.
Yellowstone Geyser Belches Up Tourist Trash
The Ear Springs eruption regurgitated several aluminum cans, a bandana, dozens of coins, two cell phone cases, a cement block, a hearing aid, a pacifier, and a plastic funnel.
Rockies Announcer Jeff Huson Ranks Keeps Wyoming Baseball Alive
It's been 22 years since the University of Wyoming had a baseball team, but there's still one former Poke keeping the tradition alive.
Car Gets Destroyed At 2018 Wyoming Pumpkin Championship [VIDEO]
Witness the carnage as a 1,000-lb. pumpkin is hoisted by crane and dropped on a car at the Wyoming State Championship Pumpkin Weigh-In in Worland.
Patriotic Wyoming Moose Gets American Flag Caught In Antlers [VIDEO]
The incredible footage shows a large bull moose crossing a road with a tattered American flag tangled in his antlers.
Wyoming Ghost Town Is 100 Feet Under Water [VIDEO]
There are dozens of ghost towns across the Cowboy State, but only one of them is under water. This is the story of Marquette, Wyoming.
UW Football Flashback: Pokes Do The Safety Dance To Beat Boise State
Wyoming's upset win over #13 Boise State propelled the Pokes to a bowl game, made Josh Allen a star, and invented a new move called "The Safety Dance".
John F. Kennedy Spoke In Cheyenne and Laramie 55 Years Ago Today
September 25, 1963, President John F. Kennedy came to the Cowboy State, stopping in Cheyenne, Laramie, and Jackson, and delivering two speeches that remain remarkably relevant 55 years later.