Hey, it’s Jax! There’s not a ton you need to know about me besides the fact that I love to make life one big party. I hail from St. Louis, MO and am a die-hard Cardinals and Blues fan. Did I mention the Blues are defending Stanley Cup Champions? You may hear me brag about them a time or seven. My two passions in the world are music and sports. So you can usually either find me at a concert or sporting event, or watching a sporting event at a bar while I take over the Touch Tunes at said bar with my favorite jams. Aside from that, I watch more TV than anyone should ever be allowed to watch. I stream anything and everything and I speak in lots of movie quotes. I have a cat named Ariana Grande and that’s her name because her meow hits the same octave that AG can sing with her voice, seriously. You can usually catch me being brutally honest about music, movies, TV, and pop culture in general every morning on 106.3 Cowboy Country. Listen up and we’ll make a party happen!
Cheyenne to Laramie on I-80 Will See ‘Very Visible’ Smoke This Week
Due to prescribed burns that have been planned for this week, your trip along I-80 from Cheyenne to Laramie and vice versa will see some 'very visible' smoke. This, according to the United States Forest Service.
Visit Cheyenne is Looking to Bring On New Trolley Drivers
As is evident from the weather on Monday and the forecast ahead for the week, it seems that Cheyenne is still in 'False Spring'. However, the summer trolley season for 2021 is right around the corner and trolley drivers are wanted by Visit Cheyenne.
The Most Wikipedia’d Person in Cheyenne
When you're wanting to get a quick version of cliff notes about someone famous, typically the easiest thing to do is Google that person and then click on what shows up on their Wikipedia. It's easy to find plenty of information that's usually pretty accurate in most cases. So who is t…
The Most Common Bird in Wyoming
Spring (perhaps it's still false spring) is here and the birds are definitely out and about in full view. Not everyone's a bird watcher, but there's certainly plenty around to see. While they might take a free sample from your garden from time to time, they're also good at elimin…
Beach Please Drink Company Joins Restaurant Week for First Time
A recent addition to Downtown Cheyenne has been added to Restaurant Week for the first time after only being open since November 2020. Beach Please Drink Company is being added to Restaurant Week and with good reason given its tropical themed drinks are something like you won't get anywhere els…
Wellington, CO Brewfest is a Go For 2021!
Things that we all missed in 2020 are starting to make their return and one is on the way. Wellington Brewfest will make its return on June 5th this year at Centennial Park in Downtown Wellington, CO.
A New Coffee Joint, The Human Bean, is Open in Laramie
A new franchise of the national chain, The Human Bean, will be the first of its kind to be located in the state of Wyoming.
Wyoming’s Top Baby Names for the Past Year
It goes without saying that 2020 was one of the most bizarre we will experience in our lifetime. However, it doesn't seem as if it had any effect on what the top baby names were in Wyoming throughout the past year.
Cheyenne is Hosting the 2021 Jackalope Jump
Saturday, April 17th, the Cheyenne Jackalope Jump fundraiser is happening in Lions Park! The event will benefit Special Olympics Wyoming athletes throughout the entire state.
Mort’s Bagels in Downtown Cheyenne is Fully Open Again
We all know how this past year has affected all of us and businesses as times haven't been the easiest. A local bagel shop in downtown Cheyenne has recently opened back up its doors to the public after only being available to offer curbside services.
Coors Field to Host 2021 MLB All-Star Game After Move From Atlanta
According to reports from multiple sources, Major League Baseball has chosen to move this year's All-Star Game to Denver at Coors Field. The ballpark will play host to the midsummer classic to be played on July 13th.
Cheyenne Animal Shelter Takes Pride in Its 50 Years of Existence
The Cheyenne Animal Shelter has come a long way since its beginning. It came together back on August 1st of 1970 as a group of local citizens came together with a shared vision of helping animals throughout the community. They have continued to take care of thousands of animals year after year as th…