Cheyenne Frontier Days Concerts – Wes’ Top 5
When Zac Brown Band takes the stage tonight, Cheyenne Frontier Days will officially be underway. Every year, it seems that CFD wins awards for having such a stellar outdoor rodeo, but the concert lineup seems to get stronger and stronger each year as well. With CFD picking up, I want to get ready, by taking a look at all the big concerts, and telling you which ones are going to be the best.
Laramie Hosts Wyoming H.O.G. Rally
Photo form Flickr via Moyan_Brenn_I'M BACK NOW The 2012 Wyoming Hog Owners Group (H.O.G.) Rally is in Laramie. The H.O.G. rally will make Laramie their home for the next few days, with scheduled events through Saturday night, primarily taking place at the Holiday Inn in Laramie. Some of the events will be at Laramie’s Hilton Garden Inn, and it’s no big surprise, but there will also be events at Hi
Wildfires Abound in Wyoming and Colorado
Hot temperatures, strong winds, dry conditions have plagued the area, and fires continue to rise throughout Wyoming and Colorado, with a half dozen significant wildfires in the two states.
Spring Wind Assisted Living in Laramie Hosts Open House
On Saturday, June 23, Spring Wind in Laramie will be hosting an Open House, to celebrate the Grand Opening of their West Wing.
CVVFD Open House a Success [AUDIO & PHOTO GALLERY]
The Centennial Valley Volunteer Fire Department held their annual open house fundraiser this weekend, and after adding up the checks, it seems to have been a success.
Centennial Valley Volunteer Fire Department Open House
In an effort to thank the community for continued support while raising funds for the coming year, the Centennial Valley Volunteer Fire Department will be holding their annual Open House from 12-3 on the afternoon of Saturday, June 16 at the Centennial Fire Station, just north of Centennial on Highway 130.
Cow Camp Fire Grows to 3,500 Acres – UPDATES
On Monday morning, the Cow Camp fire about five miles southeast of Laramie Peak was burning nearly 100 acres. Last night, the fire was up to 1,500 acres. Today, that same fire has grown to 3,500 burning acres. The wildfire was triggered by lightning over the weekend and its exponential growth has been fueled by dry lands along with hot and windy weather conditions. As of Tuesday night, the fire wa
Wyoming Brewers Festival Gears Up For 2012 – Quick Trips
Writing for a website that is based in Laramie, it seems odd to recommend an event occurring elsewhere, but during the third weekend in June, Cheyenne is going to be where it’s at. From 5 pm until midnight on Friday and Saturday, June 15 and 16, the annual Wyoming Brewers Festival in the Cheyenne Depot Plaza will be party central in the Cowboy State.
UW Art Museum Exhibits Papua New Guinea Objects
On Saturday, March 31, a free exhibition at the University of Wyoming Art Museum will open titled, “Journeys along the Sepik River: Tribal Art from Papua New Guinea.” The exhibition would never be happening, were it not for a gift recently acquired by the UW Art Museum.
UW School of Nursing Gets $1 Million Donation
Nurses and area nurses with the Wyoming Medical Center in Casper will soon have the opportunity to advance their degrees in nursing, thanks to a $1 million donation to the Fay W. Whitney School of Nursing at the University of Wyoming.