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Some Ideal Christmas Gifts With a Cowboy State Feel

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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.

From Saratoga to UW Football and Back Home

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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.

Here Are Last Words on 2016 Election: Wyoming Voters Most Powerful in USA

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Welcome to the Cowboy State – home of the most powerful voters in America.

On These Long, Dark Winter Nights, Here Are Favorite Movies About Wyoming

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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.

Cowboys Playing Most Hectic & Crazy Season in UW History

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During University of Wyoming home football games, War Memorial Stadium in Laramie becomes the fifth largest city in the state.

Welcome to Donald Trump Country; New president offers economic hope

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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.

Tilting at Windmills: Our Wind Should Provide Power for California Utilities

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Just about any sunny afternoon of the year, the famous (and infamous) Wyoming wind blows its hardest across the high prairie. While it has been cursed millions of times for its velocity and consistency this is, in fact, an economic blessing for the people of the state.

Cheney Candidacy Recalls Memories of Another Election Back in 1978

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The problem with our times is that the future is not what it used to be, oops then, again, perhaps it is! – A modified famous old quote.

Cowboy Pickup Drivers Speeding Through Mountains and Prairies

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Is it possible that you can learn more about your home state by spending some time in and traveling through some adjoining western states?

We will need to do ultimate road trip to finish my Wyoming Bucket List

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When you have been fortunate enough to travel all over the world, why would you then spend so much time wandering around Wyoming?

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