I know the photo is graphic. But it depicts the fingers of a famous tree trimmer. His name is William "Sthil" Will McKinney. He's famous because he was featured in a Tribune article of heroes that stepped up and stepped out during the terrible tree tragedy that mother nature put upon the city of Casper during the past snow storm
On this the commemoration of the Assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy I remember where I was exactly. What building I was in. What room I was in. What seat I was sitting in. I was in St. Anthony's School, sitting right next to me was Linda White
On this day. There are so many men and women that we should celebrate, and thank. So many that have given their all so that we can have the luxuries and time we have each day. My hero. My veteran is my father
I used to love going to the city of Denver. So much urban excitement. I walked around the city today and came to the conclusion that the big city isn't like the city of Casper.I understand the difference
Plan to see a special free showing of "I See the Crowd Roar,” an open-captioned movie featuring the story of William “Dummy” Hoy, a deaf baseball player, who was able to achieve things unthinkable in a time and place that had great prejudice towards people with disabilities
So here's the story of this Casper turtle. William Millay was at the duck ponds by Bryan Stock Trail and came upon a man that had caught this huge turtle. When William approached, the man explained that he was about to "cut him up and eat him"! William got the guy's attention asking, "would this turtle taste as good as a prime rib dinner?" Then WIlliam offered the man $50 to take himself and wife out for dinner
GoldieBlox is a company that is 'disrupting the pink aisle' by making awesome toys that encourage little girls to invent and build. If that wasn't reason enough, we're loving this video because, hey, they're rocking out to Queen in the process. Enjoy!
"It's a good day to sit on mother earth." Those were the words that came out of Steve Weber's mouth as 13 people sat in pitch darkness, awaiting for the awakening of the "grand fathers" (rocks that had been specially picked and had been sitting in a fire for about three hours) that would allow the sweat to begin
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