NOW FM Staff
The Coldest Day In Wyoming History
The coldest recorded temperature ever in the Cowboy State was February 9, 1933. Are you happy to say you were not around yet?
Songs That Mention Cheyenne
Here's some of our favorite songs about Cheyenne!
How Medicine Bow National Forest Got Its Name
It started life as Medicine Bow Forest Reserve when it was designated by President Theodore Roosevelt in May of 1902. The legendary origin of the name goes way back.
Cheyenne’s Johnson Pool Opens for Summer 2020
Cheyenne's Johnson Pool at Lincoln Park opens for July with capacity limits.
A Vist to Chris LeDoux Memorial Park in Kaycee Wyoming
If you haven't made it to Kaycee, Wyoming yet, here are some pictures and video of Chris LeDoux Memorial Park for you to check out.
How Big Were Wyoming’s Worst Wildfires?
Over the past 30 years, a typical wildfire year in Wyoming will produce over 700+ wildfires throughout the cowboy state. Those fires on average consume about 75,000 acres each year.
What Are Wyoming Residents Googling To Eat For The Super Bowl?
This year Wyoming is looking to add some spice to their big game parties.
What Do Wyomingites Love To Snack On?
Cowboys and Cowgirls in the Cowboy State love them some Cowboy Jerky (buffalo jerky).
150 Years Ago: Wyoming’s First Serial Killer Claimed 22 Victims
In 1868, Polly Bartlett poisoned 22 men at her family's boarding house in South Pass City, Wyoming.
Don’t Miss The 2020 Cheyenne Jackalope Jump
Saturday, February 22 grab your wet suits and head over to Lions Park to bare the cold temperatures of the lake to raise money for Special Olympics Wyoming.