What The Heck Is … The Vore Buffalo Jump Along I-90 In Northeast Wyoming?
Discovered in 1969, the Vore Buffalo Jump in northeast Wyoming contains the bones of more than 20,000 bison that were herded into and slaughtered there by Plains Indians. The site also has tools used to butcher the bison, arrowheads and even toys.
Greg JohnsonAugust 07, 2023
40 Years Ago, Honeymooners Learned About Sturgis Rally The Hard Way
Forty years ago, newlyweds Sheila and Russell Klein thought they had found the perfect secluded campground to celebrate their honeymoon. Then thousands of bikers showed up. Turns out that secluded campground was right in the heart of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
Renée JeanAugust 06, 2023
Wyoming Places: Cora, Tiny Town With Rich Legacy Of Rugged Individualism
Cora, Wyoming, has been home to famous cowboys, politicians, ranchers, homesteaders and an influential counterculture leader who wrote lyrics for the Grateful Dead.
John ThompsonAugust 06, 2023
Chugwater's Igloo House Is Earthquake Proof, Fire Resistant And Can Withstand Tornadoes, Owner Says
That igloo-like structure near Chugwater is a monolithic dome house. It’s been pummeled by hailstorms without a scratch, can stay warm even in the harshest of winters and they claim it could stand-up to a tornado.
Kevin KilloughAugust 06, 2023
Cheyenne High School Kicker/Punter Brock Pedersen Ranked 4th In Nation
Cheyenne Central High School's Brock Pedersen is not only the best kicker/punter in Wyoming but he's now ranked 4th overall in the nation. His goal is to be the best in country and he says Wyoming's weather is actually a big benefit.
Jake NicholsAugust 06, 2023
Wyoming Scientists Skeptical Of Latest Hype Over UFOs, Alien Life
University of Wyoming astronomers said there is likely other intelligent life in the universe but the recent Congressional hearings don't offer much proof that there are space aliens on Earth.
Mark HeinzAugust 06, 2023
On The Road With Renee: Knights Of Valor Bring Full-Contact Jousting To Sheridan
Sheridan went medieval recently with the Knights of Valor, who pride themselves on competing in full-contact jousting, charging each other on 2,000-pound war horses.
Renée JeanAugust 06, 2023
Wyoming People: There’s A Submarine Expert In Landlocked Wyoming?
Bondurant, Wyoming, resident Bill Winney had a long and distinguished career as a former U.S. Navy submarine officer and commander.
Leo WolfsonAugust 05, 2023
Wyoming’s Bighorn Basin A ‘Paleo Paradise’ For Fossil Hunters
Paleontologists know something many Wyomingites don’t — the Bighorn Basin is one of the most significant caches of fossils ever found, a veritable “paleo paradise.”
Andrew RossiAugust 05, 2023
Miracle On I-25: Cheyenne Man Doesn't Know Who Saved His Life After Crash
After Tom Hutchings had a heart attack while driving on I-25, someone pulled him from the vehicle, performed CPR and saved his life. He’s grateful and wants to find this anonymous Good Samaritan.
Kevin KilloughAugust 05, 2023
Tattoos On The Town: Sturgis Roars To Life With 83rd Motorcycle Rally
Try this in a big city: bikes, beer and bikini babes. Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is 500,000 loud Americans on a 10-day rowdy rager. It runs through Aug. 13.
Jake NicholsAugust 05, 2023
Modern Medieval Knight Is Leading Effort To Bring Back Full-Contact Jousting
Shane Adams, who holds holds 17 international jousting titles, leads Knights of Valor, a modern-day group of knights dedicated to bringing back the sport of full-contact jousting.
Renée JeanAugust 05, 2023