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Jill Hartley’s "Wyoming Landscapes" featured in solo show at Nicolaysen Art Museum

“Canyon Sunrise in Southwest Wyoming” by Jill Hartley Jill Hartley’s “Wyoming Landscapes” will be featured in the Nicolaysen Art Museum’s Rosenthal Gallery in Casper through Sept. 9. Jill Hartley lives and paints in the high desert country of Southwest Wyoming. Her rich landscape paintings in oil reflect the bright light of the West. Jill was born
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Jill Hartley's "Wyoming Landscapes" featured in solo show at Nicolaysen Art Museum

“Canyon Sunrise in Southwest Wyoming” by Jill Hartley Jill Hartley’s “Wyoming Landscapes” will be featured in the Nicolaysen Art Museum’s Rosenthal Gallery in Casper through Sept. 9. Jill Hartley lives and paints in the high desert country of Southwest Wyoming. Her rich landscape paintings in oil reflect the bright light of the West. Jill was born
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"Noon Music" series at the Laramie County Public Library begins Aug. 8

Bring your lunch and enjoy some happy music with guitarist Keith “Boxcar” Blaney on Monday, Aug. 8, noon-1 p.m. He’ll be singing pieces like “My Walkin’ Stick,” “Lazy Bones,” “16 Tons,” and “Oh, Suzanna!” He’ll also sneak in some Beatles, some cowboy songs and some blues. Perfect for families. This is the first of a
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"Noon Music" series at the Laramie County Public Library begins Aug. 8

Bring your lunch and enjoy some happy music with guitarist Keith “Boxcar” Blaney on Monday, Aug. 8, noon-1 p.m. He’ll be singing pieces like “My Walkin’ Stick,” “Lazy Bones,” “16 Tons,” and “Oh, Suzanna!” He’ll also sneak in some Beatles, some cowboy songs and some blues. Perfect for families. This is the first of a
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Call for entries: WBC’s fourth annual Ag Photo Contest

The Wyoming Business Council’s Agribusiness Division is now accepting photos for its fourth annual Ag Photo Contest. Amateurs, professionals, youth and adults may submit photos to the Agribusiness Division until Sept. 1, 2011. While there are no subject categories, all submissions must be agriculture related and taken in Wyoming. Photos could include crops; livestock and
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Call for entries: WBC's fourth annual Ag Photo Contest

The Wyoming Business Council’s Agribusiness Division is now accepting photos for its fourth annual Ag Photo Contest. Amateurs, professionals, youth and adults may submit photos to the Agribusiness Division until Sept. 1, 2011. While there are no subject categories, all submissions must be agriculture related and taken in Wyoming. Photos could include crops; livestock and
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Scott Christensen conducts free plein-air painting demo Aug. 13 at Grand Teton NP

The Grand Teton Association invites the public to join world-renowned artist Scott Christensen on Saturday, August 13, 2011, 2-5 pm, for a live plein air painting demonstration at Grand Teton National Park’s Cathedral Group. The event is free and open to the public.  Largely self-taught, Christensen became an artist via a circuitous route. Born in Lander, Christensen quickly developed his
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C.J. Box launches new book tonight at Laramie County Public Library in Cheyenne

Cheyenne mystery writer C.J. Box celebrates the release of his new novel, “Back of Beyond,” on Tuesday, Aug. 2, 6:30 p.m., at the Laramie County Public Library in Cheyenne. Edgar Award winner and New York Times bestselling author of “Cold Wind” and “Blue Heaven,” C.J. Box, takes nail-biting suspense to a new level on August
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Mike Strom named new manager of Wyoming State Archives

SPCR press release: Mike Strom has been named the new Wyoming State Archives manager and will begin his new duties on August 22. Previously a senior archivist at Texas Christian University, Strom was responsible for the operation of the school’s archives. He earned a bachelor’s degree in History from the University of Oregon and a
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