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Relive Wyoming’s 1987 NCAA Tournament Win over UCLA [VIDEO]

It was March 14, 1987 when junior Fennis Dembo thrust himself into the national spotlight, as he led the Wyoming Cowboys past UCLA in the NCAA Tournament.

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Cynthia Lummis, Cheyenne East High School Class of 1972. Photo courtesy of United States House of Representatives.
Cynthia Lummis, Cheyenne East High School Class of 1972. Photo courtesy of United States House of Representatives.
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Cheyenne East High School’s Most Famous Graduates

As Cheyenne East High School prepares to honor the Class of 2017, here's a tribute to five former Thunderbirds who have earned national acclaim for their alma matter...

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Chris LeDoux, Cheyenne Central High School, Class of 1966. Photo courtesy of Wyoming State Archives.
Chris LeDoux, Cheyenne Central High School, Class of 1966. Photo courtesy of Wyoming State Archives.
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Cheyenne Central High School’s Most Famous Graduates

This weekend, Cheyenne Central High School will honor its 113th graduation class.

Of the thousands of students who have graduated from Central High since it was founded in 1904, most of them went on to have productive careers and raise families...

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Wyoming War Heroes Salute: Vice Admiral Francis Xavier McInerney

Born in Cheyenne in March 1899, Francis Xavier McInerney was commissioned from the US Naval Academy in June 1921. He would serve many tours before he'd be Vice Admiral McInerney by 1940.

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Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
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Supreme Court Nominee Neil Gorsuch Has Wyoming Roots

Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch calls Colorado home, but his mother is a Wyoming native.

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This marker commemorates the historic meeting of Wyoming's first Territorial Legislature, which granted women the right to vote in 1869. Rick Roddam, Townsquare Media
This marker commemorates the historic meeting of Wyoming's first Territorial Legislature, which granted women the right to vote in 1869. Rick Roddam, Townsquare Media
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An International Women’s Day Tribute to Wyoming’s Most Legendary Ladies

Wyoming earned its nickname as the "Equality State" before it even became a state.

In 1869, 21 years before it was officially granted statehood, Wyoming was the first territory in America to give women the right to vote...

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All The President’s Men…From Wyoming

In honor of Presidents Day, here’s a list of six Wyoming natives or residents who have been appointed to serve as Cabinet members.

Stan Hathaway – The first Wyomingite ever appointed to serve on the President’s cabinet, Hathaway had been elected to two terms as Wyoming’s Governor before being named Secretary of the Interior by President Gerald Ford in 1975...

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Amazing Video Profiles Wyoming Man Who Underwent ‘Face Transplant’ Surgery

Newcastle, Wyoming, resident Andy Sandness made national news this week when he became the first person to receive a face transplant from the Mayo Clinic...

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Joy Greenwald, Townsquare Media
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Happy 100th Anniversary to the Wyoming State Flag

100 years ago today, on January 31, 1917, Governer Robert D. Carey signed a bill into law adopting the official Wyoming State Flag.

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104 Years Ago Today: Brawl Breaks Out On the Floor of the Wyoming State Legislature

Jan. 20, 1913, state legislators squared off in the funniest fight fight in Wyoming history

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