Test Drive: Rachel Holder on Growing up in Chattanooga and the Release of ‘Five Days’ [VIDEO]
While driving around downtown Nashville and famed Music Row; Rachel told us about where she's come from, where she's at right now, and we're she's headed.
Laramie Conservation Expo Offers Ways to Conserve Water and Energy
“Watershed,” Robert Redford’s new film about the threats to the Colorado River Basin, will be shown at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 8, at the University of Wyoming’s Berry Biodiversity Conservation Center auditorium.
UW-Led Research Shows Slight Decline in Big Game Antler, Horn Size
A team of scientists led by a University of Wyoming researcher recently reported that the size of trophy horns and antlers of most species of North American big game has declined slightly over the past century, most likely as a result of intensive harvest of males.
UW Geological Museum Reopening After $1 Mil Renovation
After its first makeover in nearly 60 years, the University of Wyoming’s Geological Museum is ready to reopen to the public.
Eagle Tries to Snatch Child in Viral Video [VIDEO]
Eagles often represent strength, majesty, pride, power... and now they can represent attempted kidnapping.
Y95 Country KCGY Playlist – November 2012 Top Songs
Check out the top 40 songs in Y95 Country's rotation for the month of November!
Veterans Offered Free Tickets To UW – Air Force Game
Tickets are going fast for a ticket give away to Wyoming Veterans for the UW football game, October 13th against U.S. Air Force Academy. Wyoming Veterans Commission Director, Larry Barttelbort says they’re offering two tickets per veteran. “We have a limited number of tickets so we want folks to call in pretty quick. We’ll run out of tickets early next week for sure.” Barttelbort says there’s also a pre-game on-field recognition ceremony and a tailgate party. You can request tickets by calling the Veterans Commission at 307-777-8152. Tickets are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. You’ll need to provide proof of veteran status.
Fire in the Sky Extinguished
There will not be a fireworks display in Laramie this Fourth of July. The City of Laramie has cancelled Fire in the Sky according to Assistant City Manager David Derragon.