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.
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.
Remembering Jessi Combs: Racer, TV Host, and WyoTech Grad
On August 27th, 2019, Jessi Combs took to the Alvord Desert again with the intention of breaking her own land speed record. Unfortunately, she was killed in an accident on the track. She was 39.
What Happened To Bitter Creek Betty and Sheridan County Jane Doe?
Both women were murdered in Wyoming in 1992 and have remained unidentified for 27 years. The killer also remains unidentified.
49 Years Ago: Medicine Wheel Becomes National Historic Landmark
Located at an elevation of 9462 feet in the Big Horn Mountains, with quite the trek to get to it, Medicine Wheel is an ancient landmark with unclear origins.
Taking A Look At The Other Wyoming: Wyoming, Ohio
Wyoming, Ohio is a small town of about 8,500 people in Hamilton County, Ohio, and shares very little with its name-alike state.
What Happened To Amy Wroe Bechtel 22 Years Ago?
She was believed to be going to the Shoshone National Forest to practice the course of a 10k run she'd be competing in later that year. But Amy was never seen again.
‘Longmire’ Author Craig Johnson Coming to Centennial
The Facebook Event is live now and tickets are on sale.
Petition Calls For UW To Protect Cooper House From Demolition
A petition has been started calling for its protection, and citizens are asked to attend the meeting at the Gateway Center on June 17 at noon to voice their opinion on the matter.
117 Years Ago, First “Western Novel,” Set in Wyoming is Published
"When you call me that, Smile!"
Most Americans Think Arabic Numbers Shouldn’t Be Taught In School
56% of people responding said they did not think that Arabic numbers should be taught in schools, in contrast to 29% who said yes, and 15% who said "no opinion."