Season 1

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    Capitol Complex - Cheyenne

    The renovated Wyoming Capitol Complex in Cheyenne.

    Capitol Complex - Cheyenne

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    What's In A Name - Sundance

    In the northeast corner of Wyo., Sundance has a unique blend of access to the Black Hills.

    What's In A Name - Sundance

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    What's In A Name - Glenrock

    Much of Wyoming’s history can be traced to events that took place in Glenrock.

    What's In A Name - Glenrock

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    The Grand Frontier - Our Wyoming

    Bill Briggs is considered the father of extreme skiing.

    The Grand Frontier - Our Wyoming

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    Audra Draper: Master Bladesmith

    As a young woman, Audra Draper broke nto a field dominated by “crusty old men”.

    Audra Draper: Master Bladesmith

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    What's In A Name? Dubois

    Dubois has a proud tradition of hard workers, stunning scenery and wildlife, and a strong

    What's In A Name? Dubois

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    The Muzzle Loaders

    Black powder skeet and trap shooting is a thing in Wyoming.

    The Muzzle Loaders

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    First Time Antelope Hunt - Our Wyoming

    Havely Holt, a first time hunter, participates in the Wyoming Woman’s Antelope Hunt.

    First Time Antelope Hunt - Our Wyoming

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    Natural Trap Cave - Our Wyoming

    30,000 years old. 85 feet straight down. This is what science looks like at the northeast

    Natural Trap Cave - Our Wyoming

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    Thermopolis - Our Wyoming

    Thermopolis was named for exactly the reason you’d suspect. But there’s more!

    Thermopolis - Our Wyoming

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    Never Quit: A Wyoming Marine’s Story - Our Wyoming

    Lifelong Wyoming resident and WWII veteran Tom Guthrie shares his experience.

    Never Quit: A Wyoming Marine’s Story - Our Wyoming

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    Back From The Brink: Sauger - Our Wyoming

    High-Elevation Wyoming Sauger are a unique species but are related to the walleye.

    Back From The Brink: Sauger - Our Wyoming

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    Chugwater - Our Wyoming

    Chugwater would certainly make the top 5 of oddly named towns in Wyoming.

    Chugwater - Our Wyoming

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    Dave the Blacksmith - Our Wyoming

    Dave Leniger is keeping old world craftsmanship traditions alive in Pavillion, Wyoming.

    Dave the Blacksmith - Our Wyoming

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    Wind River Bighorn - Our Wyoming

    Bighorn sheep were once prolific across Wyoming. What happened to the Sinks Canyon herd?

    Wind River Bighorn - Our Wyoming

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    Encampment - Our Wyoming

    Encampment and how it’s past present and future help make Wyoming unique.

    Encampment - Our Wyoming

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    Wind River Raptors

    Wyoming has the highest density of Golden Eagles in the western United States.

    Wind River Raptors

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    Wyoming’s Mormon Trail: A Time of Testing

    Every year thousands of Mormon youth travel to Wyoming to pay tribute to the pioneers.

    Wyoming’s Mormon Trail: A Time of Testing

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    Shoshone Buffalo Return

    Since 1885 the Shoshone people have been without buffalo on their land.

    Shoshone Buffalo Return