After just over two years of construction, the new Skilled Nursing Facility in Buffalo, Wyo. officially opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Oct. 20, 2022, in Buffalo, Wyo. Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon and other distinguished guests, community members, the Wyoming Veterans Commission, staff from the… Read More »Skilled nursing facility in Buffalo, Wyo. officially opens with ribbon cutting ceremony
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The Wyoming Veterans Memorial Museum will be celebrating the history and heritage of the United States Navy during its October Family Fun Day. The free children’s program is on Saturday, Oct. 22, from 10 a.m. until noon at the Veterans Museum in Casper. The Navy,… Read More »Celebrating Navy history and heritage at October Family Fun Day
Wyoming proudly became the first and only state to have a fully trained women’s militia in the late nineteenth century. While never officially mustered into service, Companies K and H of the Girl Guards — composed primarily of young women in their teens — were… Read More »WYNG History: Cowboy Guard Stories – The Girl Guards
The Buffalo Soldiers were active in the American West and Wyoming in the latter half of the nineteenth century and the early twentieth century. They served bravely in numerous wars and conflicts including the Indian Wars, the Spanish-American War, the Philippine Insurrection, and the World… Read More »Black History Month: The Buffalo Soldiers
A century and a half ago on November 7th, 1871, Governor of the Wyoming Territory John A. Campbell spoke to the Wyoming Legislative Assembly in his State of the Territory Address, “I desire earnestly to invite your attention to the imperative necessity that exists for… Read More »The Story of Us