I am a Wyoming girl through-and-through! My mom was a rodeo queen and country singer from Douglas, and my dad is a coal miner in Campbell County. I grew up in Wright, Wyoming with a love for Speech and Debate and Theater. I'm also a former print journalist, and I jumped into radio feet-first. I like to spend my free time taking hikes in the Snowy Range Mountains with my dog, Seger, and roller skating through life by playing roller derby and hitting the skate park.
Interviews with Wyoming Vietnam Vets for Vietnam War Veterans Day
PBS was on hand to collect interviews with vets during the three-day celebration.
Captain Marvel’s Brie Larson Planning Trip to Wyoming
I think we need to tweet at her and convince her to come check out Vedawoo while she's at it.
In 1939, the “Tarzan of the Tetons” was Killed Robbing a Bank
The Tarzan of the Tetons, as he was called, was a famed "mountain man," who lived off the land in the Tetons.
Sheridan’s New “Seed Library,” Did You Know Laramie Has One, too?
Have you ever grown something from a seed library? Tell us your story!
What Would Happen If The Yellowstone Super Volcano Erupted?
"Does it really matter," we'd say. "After all, the Yellowstone Volcano could explode tomorrow."
Meat Processing Plant Approved For Outskirts of Laramie
The new processing plant will be able to process approximately 50 cows a week, making it the largest of its kind in the Cowboy State.
Laramie Named One of the Top 100 Places To Live
"Offering peace, quiet and wide open spaces, Laramie is a dream come true for those lucky enough to live here," Livability says.
Laramie Jackalope Jump Raises over $7,000 for Special Olympics WY
Check out the photos below and let us know, would you brave the cold to help out the Special Olympics?
Laramie Walmart Remodel Begins, Expected To Finish In May
The new remodel just began on February 18th, and Christen says that they're expecting the grand opening of their new look to be around May 10th.
You’re Not a True Wyomingite Until You’ve Read This Book
Well, you may very well still be a true Wyomingite, but knowing the history of the state you reside in is half the fun of being proud of your heritage.