If you were looking for the best Ladies' Night Out ever, then you should have been at The Attic on Thursday when the men of Bare Assets came and bared it all for the benefit of numerous women, and one very red-faced camera man. The hoots and the hollers from the women proved that these men knew exactly what t
Drunk driving is a huge issue, and it is my hope that this article, and my experience, will deter at least one person from making the mistake that I did. That being said, here is a 2nd Person Point Of View of getting your first DUI.
We all love a good garage sale. Where else can you a hammer, a necklace, bbq sauce, and David Bowie's autobiography in one place? I, myself bought a bunch of Cher records and old Pepsi bottles. It was a good day. Need proof? Check out these pictures from the event, and make sure that you don't miss Casper's next Super Garage Sale.
In what was surprising to very few people, the Natrona County Fillies defeated the girls from Campbell County, 60-33. They are the only team from Casper to advance to the finals of the state basketball tournament, and they will face the winner of the Evanston/Laramie game to for the 4A State Title. The NC girls made Casper proud, and they should be proud of themselves as well.
The Kelly Walsh Trojans played their hearts at this weekend, but unfortunately, so did Cheyenne East, which is why they came out on top in a hard fought game. The final score of 62-44 should have no bearing on how hard both teams worked.
In their final game of the tournament, the NC Mustangs were defeated by their Wind River Rivals, with a score of 63-46. It was a hard game, and a hard loss for the Mustangs, but they proved that they are still a force to be reckoned with.
The heart of the KW girls cannot be denied, as they showed it off throughout the entire game against Laramie on Thursday. Unfortunately for the lady Trojans, they lost, 49-35. That, coupled with a loss to Sheridan on Friday took them out of the tournament. But their heart cannot be denied; nor can their skill.
When the final buzzer rang out, and the final bead of sweat dripped down their foreheads, the NC Mustangs left their hearts on the court. They lost to the Gillette Camels in an excellent game, but they won the hearts of the fans in attendance. Both teams played their respective hearts out, with each player looking to make an impression on each other.
As State Basketball kicks off, the NC girls continue to remain undefeated, as they picked off Cheyenne East with relative ease, beating them 64-36. Despite the score, it was a hard fought win, and the Cheyenne East girls have nothing t
As a (most of my) life-long professional wrestling fan, Hulk Hogan has always been an anomaly to me. The height of Hulkamania was a bit before my time, but I did experience the nWo "Hollywood" version of Hulk Hogan, as well as the Hogan that returned to his "home," the WWE, in 2002. I watched as Hogan took on fellow megastar The Rock at Wrestlemania 18 and won the crowd over, ushering in a way of nostalgia that gave birth to the final curtain call of Hulkamania.
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