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Wyoming’s Prohibition Law Went Into Affect July 1, 1919
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.
Hilarious and Disgusting Reviews Of Cheap Motels in Cheyenne
The stories usually begin the same way, "I came for Cheyenne Frontier Days and it was the last room in town."
Five Of The Coldest Days in Wyoming History
Here's a frigid look back at some of the coldest days in the history of the Cowboy State.
How Wyoming Celebrated Christmas in the Late 1800s
Here in Wyoming, Christmas has been officially observed since the territory was first granted statehood in 1890. But a lot has changed since then.
Hometown History: Taco John’s in Cheyenne
Taco John's now operates over 400 restaurants in 25 states, but it all started in1968 with a small food truck down the street from Cheyenne Frontier Days.
The Top 10 Concert Crowds In Cheyenne Frontier Days History
With concert attendance currently capped at 22,500, Florida Georgia Line's CFD attendance record, set in 2016, appears to be safe...for now.
Charlie Daniels Played The Most Cheyenne Frontier Days Concerts
Here's a look back at some of the most legendary performers to ever grace the stage at Cheyenne Frontier Days.
July 30, 1989: Lane Frost Dies At Cheyenne Frontier Days
July 30, 1989, was the darkest day in CFD history. Legendary bull rider Lane Frost died after a tragic accident in the rodeo arena.
Cheyenne’s Most Haunted Buildings
In the late 1800s, Cheyenne was a haven for gunslingers, gamblers, and rugged frontiersmen looking to stake a claim. Some of them never left.
Fun Fact: Southeast Wyoming Had ‘Category 2 Hurricane’ Wind Speeds Yesterday
How windy was it on New Year's Day in southeast Wyoming? One 97-mile-per-hour gust was strong enough to classify as a category 2 hurricane.
$35 Million Wyoming Ranch Is The Most Expensive New Listing In America [PHOTOS]
The Jackson Hole retreat features an 18,000 square-foot home with 7 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, nine fireplaces, a four-car garage, elevator, movie theater, gym, wine cellar, wrap-around patio, and wall-to-wall windows with sweeping views of the Grand Tetons and the Snake River
Fun Fact: Singing Christmas Carols Is Still Against The Law In Cheyenne
In 1897, The City of Cheyenne passed an ordinance prohibiting public performances without a permit. Nearly 122 years later, singing Christmas carols in public could, technically, subject you to a $750 fine or six months in jail.