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Study Ranks Wyoming Worst In The Country For High-Tech Jobs
Wyoming has the lowest percentage of technology-based industries in the nation. According to a new study, just over two percent of jobs in the Cowboy State are classified as high-tech.
Can You Pass The Wyoming Spelling Bee? [QUIZ]
Last night,14-year-old Karthik Nemmani correctly spelled the word "koinonia" to win the Scripps National Spelling Bee. To celebrate his achievement, let's find out how well he can spell these Wyoming words.
Kanye West Should Run For Governor of Wyoming [OPINION]
Tomorrow is the deadline for candidates to enter the Wyoming Governor's race. Which gives Kanye West just enough time to throw his hat in the ring. Here are five reasons why he should run.
Larry Nance, Jr. Would Be The University of Wyoming’s 4th NBA Champ
The Cleveland Cavaliers forward hopes to follow in the footsteps of Flynn Robinson, Fennis Dembo, and Tim Breaux and become the 4th former Pokes player to win a ring.
Wyoming’s Largest High School Graduation Classes In 2018
Natrona County High School in Casper claims the top spot this year, with 380 graduates. Cheyenne East, Central, and South rank 3rd, 4th, and 9th.
Snowy Range Ski Area Wins National Award
When Aaron Maddox took over the Snowy Range Ski Area in 2013, it was struggling to stay open. Five years later, the family-run resort is thriving and Maddox was recently honored with a national award.
The ‘Battle Of Old Wyoming’ Is The Best Punk Rock Party In America
Every summer, rowdy punk rockers take over the town of Medicine Bow, Wyo. and rage for two days. Now in its 10th year, the "Battle of Old Wyoming" might be the best punk party in the country.
A Memorial Day Tribute To Wyoming’s Greatest War Heroes
Today, we remember the brave men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. Here’s a salute to five of Wyoming's greatest war heroes, each of whom was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor.
Wyoming Whiz Kid Graduates From High School At 13
This week, 13-year-old Rock Springs resident Brevon Cole became the youngest person to ever graduate from high school in the state of Wyoming. His historic achievement is even more remarkable because he suffers from autism.
Celebrate National Wine Day With Wyoming’s Best Wineries
Tomorrow is National Wine Day and we're raising a toast to the best wineries in the Cowboy State.