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.
CNN Names Wyoming Town Most Unequal Place In America
In 2015, the top 1 percent of families in the U.S. earned, on average, 26.3 times as much income as the bottom 99 percent. In one town in Wyoming, it's much higher.
Study Shows That Student Debt Is Emptying Small Towns
In 2016, just 19 percent of rural residents held college degrees, as opposed to 33 percent in urban areas.
University of Wyoming’s “Black 14” Honored 50 Years Later
This week, 50 years after they were removed from the Cowboys, members of the Black 14 have been honored in a week-long event at their former University.
True Wyoming Entrepreneurship: Craft Beer and Liquor
The state of micro-breweries and micro-distilleries in the Cowboy State, with the local focus of ingredients, distribution, and infrastructure, keeps the enterprising spirit of Wyoming alive and well into the 21st century.
Couple Taste Tests Rocket Fizz’s Weird Sodas [WATCH]
Rocket Fizz in Laramie is known for their large selection of both candies and sodas. Some of the flavors that they offer though are.... questionable.
The Chilling Story of Andrew Pixley and the Wort Hotel
A crowd outside the hotel initially called for him to be lynched, and Pixley was moved to the Wyoming State Penitentiary for better security.
The Fastest-Growing Job in Wyoming Might Surprise You
One of the weirdest ones was Oregon, where Animal Trainer is the fastest-growing job. There's also Georgia, where "Costume Attendant," takes the highest spot.
Laramie Named One of the Top 100 Places To Live
Laramie is, indeed, a fabulous place to live! Now those looking for a new place to call home will likely see the list that proclaims it for all to hear.
Have You Heard of the Yellowstone “Zone of Death?”
Michigan Law Professor Brian Kalt wrote a paper in 2005 titled "The Perfect Crime," about the strip of Yellowstone that sits in Idaho.
14 Times Meteorites Fell In Wyoming (And One Giant Crater)
No word if any of them contained Kansas farm boys from Krypton.