My immediate thoughts about predicting the first part of Wyoming’s upcoming year 2017 include some not so joyous conclusions.
When I look back on 2016, it seems to me that Wyoming people need to face a true reality check.
It is time for people to realize that the current “bust” might be what we should be considering the “new normal” here in the Cowboy State.
Ken Smith of Laramie has a great idea for an ideal Christmas gift – he thought someone should go around the state and “bundle up” all the different craft beers and market them as a package.
Not sure how that could be done, but sounded good to me.
My new favorite baseball cap says “Wyoming versus BYU,” except that this cap is 20 years old from the 1996 WAC football championship held in Las Vegas. We were at that game and now it is Déjà Vu all over again.
Welcome to the Cowboy State – home of the most powerful voters in America.
With our nights getting longer and colder, this gives me an excuse to watch my favorite movies that take place in our state, feature our state or include themes about Wyoming.
During University of Wyoming home football games, War Memorial Stadium in Laramie becomes the fifth largest city in the state.
Wyoming got good economic news early Wednesday morning with the national election of Donald Trump as president and Liz Cheney as our new U. S. Representative.