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How Wyoming Became The 44th State (Spoiler Alert: It Was Total B.S.)
The state of Wyoming celebrates its 129th birthday tomorrow. Like many great events in American history, it would have never happened without a politician lying through his teeth.
New Wyoming PBS Video Goes Behind The Scenes At Renovated Capitol
"When I walked in and I saw the grandeur and how well it is done, it gives you goosebumps," former Wyoming Governor Matt Mead said.
Travel Site Names Wyoming’s Most ‘Boring Tourist Trap’
The only Intergalactic Spaceport in America, and possibly the galaxy, is located right five miles south of Green River. According to a travel website, it is the worst tourist trap in the Cowboy State.
Wyoming’s Stinkiest Town Asks Voters To Fight The Funk
Every summer, several tons of frozen wastewater melts at a facility in Rock Springs and the west end of town smells like a giant portapotty. Now, Wyoming's funkiest city is proposing a new 'stink tax' to help stop the stench.
Wyoming Is The Fifth Coolest State In The Summer
With an average temperature of 62.1 degrees in the summer months, Wyoming is, literally, one of the coolest states in the country.
Study Ranks Wyoming One Of The Best States For Multi-Millionaires
The richest 1% of Wyoming residents make an average of $1.9 million per year, over 31 times the average annual salary of $60,922 for the bottom 99%.
Solar Eclipse Glasses Recycled From Wyoming To South America
Children in Argentina, Chile, and Peru will witness a total solar eclipse today, thanks in part to Wyoming residents who recycled protective glasses from the Great American Total Solar Eclipse in 2017.
Study Claims Average Wyoming Resident Eats 251 Hamburgers Per Year
Wyoming residents love burgers, according to a new study that ranked the Cowboy State seventh for per capita hamburger consumption nationwide.
A Salute To The Cowboy State’s Most Patriotic Town: Veteran, Wyoming
Did you know there's a town in the Cowboy State that was founded specifically for soldiers? Just in time for Independence Day, here's a tribute to the town of Veteran, Wyoming.
Wyoming Prohibition Law Went Into Affect 100 Years Ago Today
July 1, 1919, Wyoming became the last state in the region to ban alcohol. During prohibition, the towns of Kemmerer and Rock Springs became regional hubs for bootleggers and organized crime.
Study Ranks Wyoming The Worst State For Teen Drivers
Wyoming tied with Alabama for the highest percentage of fatal accidents among teen drivers and ranked 48th for teen DUI arrests per capita.
Wyoming Whiskey Toasts Former Governor + Senator Clifford Hanson
Former Wyoming Governor and United States Senator Clifford Hanson will be honored with a new limited-release bourbon from Wyoming Whiskey next month.