Cheyenne Frontier Days is celebrating the Year of the Cowgirl and a book telling the history of women at Frontier Days just came out
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by Grady Kirkpatrick
4d ago
Cheyenne Frontier Days is happening now and goes through July 28. This year, they’re calling it the Year of the Cowgirl highlighting the spirit and strength of western women throughout history.A new novel titled Sunny Gale by Jamie Lisa Forbes was inspired by women who competed in rodeo in the late 1800’s and into the early 1900’s ..read more
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Grand Teton Music Festival expands free offerings
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by Rosalie Daval
4d ago
Those putting on the festival say some of the new family programs, music classes and concerts are seeing record turnout ..read more
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2024 Wyoming Public Media Photo Contest Rules
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2024 Photo Contest Rules ..read more
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Study finds book bans target diverse authors and characters
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by Rachel Cohen
1w ago
Schools and libraries are seeing unprecedented attempts to pull books, deemed controversial by some, off the shelves. A new study finds those books are often about and by diverse people ..read more
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Laramie’s Pride Month drag show highlights a defiant queer joy
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by Jeff Victor
3w ago
As Laramie’s PrideFest celebrations built to a crescendo, the community gathered downtown for a drag show at the Collective. The performers leaned into the theme of the night — all things floral and blossoming — but they each brought a unique vision to that theme and to drag itself, demonstrating queer joy even as new legislation targets LGBTQ+ rights ..read more
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Big Piney’s Miller Ranch is recognized for bridging the conservation gap
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by Caitlin Tan
3w ago
Wyoming is at odds with a lot of federal conservation efforts, but Wyoming lawmakers, ranchers and wildlife advocates recently celebrated the areas where the state, feds and private landowners agree. They highlighted a ranch in Big Piney ..read more
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Tour Divide racers tackle the rugged Wyoming section
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by Caitlin Tan
1M ago
What some deem the “most difficult cycling race on Earth” has reached the Cowboy State. The Tour Divide is a nearly 2,800-mile course that loosely follows the Continental Divide ..read more
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A short film that highlights Indigenous presence in Yellowstone premiers in Jackson
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by Hannah Habermann
1M ago
A short film titled “How the Land Remembers Us” premiered at the Mountains of Color Film Festival in Jackson on June 9. The film documents efforts to shine a light on ongoing Indigenous connection to what is now called Yellowstone National Park through the Yellowstone Revealed project, which first took place in 2022 during the park’s 150th anniversary ..read more
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Wyoming author talks bears, Big Horns and betrayal in latest Joe Pickett novel
Wyoming Public Media » Arts & Culture
by Grady Kirkpatrick
1M ago
Wyomingite and New York Times best selling author CJ Box released his 24th novel in the Joe Pickett series earlier this year. Wyoming Public Media's Grady Kirkpatrick recently spoke with the author about his newest book, called “Three Inch Teeth ..read more
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The first franchise KOA, located in Cody, celebrates 60 years of camping
Wyoming Public Media » Arts & Culture
by Olivia Weitz
1M ago
The Cody KOA is celebrating its 60th anniversary on June 7. It’s the first franchise location in the nation ..read more
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