What’s Trending Monday, Wyoming And Beyond
Another week started, let's make the most of it. Here are the stories you need to know before you start your day.
No matter your feelings on the upcoming Super Bowl, the NFL has announced that they will allow 22,000 fans into the stadium to watch this years big game. 7500 of those in attendance will be vaccinated healthcare workers, which is a really cool way to give back.
Ghostbusters Afterlife has been pushed off for what feels like about 75 years since the trailer dropped about a year ago. The first new ghost that has been shown is called Muncher, he looks like a blue version of Slimer, but I'll keep my thoughts on that to myself.
In a new study by the University of Pennsylvania, what salary would make you say, yeah, I've got no worries? Hakuna Matata happens at $75k, apparently. I mean, I'd like to be a bazillionare, but sure.
Longmier Days is back to 2021 after breaking hearts across the Cowboy State with the cancellation in 2020. There's a small catch as they'll hold it much later in the year, setting their sites on September 2-5th.
Biologist in Yellowstone recently captured the oldest Grizzly Bear in Yellowstone, at the age of 34. The bear was not in great health with only a few rotten teeth and weighing less that 200 pounds, leaving the biologists no other choice than to euthanize.
And finally, starting Thursday, you can catch the Cowboys and Cowgirls in action in Laramie. Up to 2000 people can be in attendance, though, none of them will be students until Feb 1st, due to Covid restrictions.
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