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"The Art of the Hunt:" A story about one that didn’t get away

The Art of the Hunt: Ice Fishing By Andrea Graham, UW Folklife Specialist On Sunday, February 12, a group of folklore researchers and videographers accompanied Charles McCall of Cheyenne on an ice fishing trip to Crystal Reservoir in CurtGowdyState Park. This documentation effort was part of the Art of the Hunt project being conducted by
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"The Art of the Hunt:" A story about one that didn't get away

The Art of the Hunt: Ice Fishing By Andrea Graham, UW Folklife Specialist On Sunday, February 12, a group of folklore researchers and videographers accompanied Charles McCall of Cheyenne on an ice fishing trip to Crystal Reservoir in CurtGowdyState Park. This documentation effort was part of the Art of the Hunt project being conducted by
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Presentation on historic ranch architecture Feb. 15 at Wyoming State Museum

A presentation focusing on the LX Bar Ranch in northern Wyoming will be held at the Wyoming State Museum Multi-Purpose Room at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 15.The original ranch owned by Senator John B. Kendrick is still intact and features several large stone structures built by Swedish stonemasons in 1910. The ranch is located along
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Two UW grad students win "Energy Education for the People" writing contest

From a UW press release: Explaining the technical and economic factors of residential-scale wind turbines earned two University of Wyoming graduate students first place and $1,000 in the 2011 Energy Education for the People writing contest. Information from “Is Wind Energy Right for Me?” by Heather Sauder and George Randolph, both in the College of
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Two UW grad students win "Energy Education for the People" writing contest

From a UW press release: Explaining the technical and economic factors of residential-scale wind turbines earned two University of Wyoming graduate students first place and $1,000 in the 2011 Energy Education for the People writing contest. Information from “Is Wind Energy Right for Me?” by Heather Sauder and George Randolph, both in the College of
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UW Eminent Writer in Residence John D’Agata reads from his work March 7 at Second Story Books in Laramie

From a UW press release: The MFA program in Creative Writing welcomes its first 2012 Eminent Writer in Residence, John D’Agata, to campus this February. The acclaimed author of About a Mountain (W.W. Norton 2010) and Halls of Fame (Graywolf 2003), D’Agata has also edited The Next American Essay (Graywolf 2002) and The Lost Origins of the Essay(Graywolf 2009). During his two-week
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UW Eminent Writer in Residence John D'Agata reads from his work March 7 at Second Story Books in Laramie

From a UW press release: The MFA program in Creative Writing welcomes its first 2012 Eminent Writer in Residence, John D’Agata, to campus this February. The acclaimed author of About a Mountain (W.W. Norton 2010) and Halls of Fame (Graywolf 2003), D’Agata has also edited The Next American Essay (Graywolf 2002) and The Lost Origins of the Essay(Graywolf 2009). During his two-week
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"Doodle 4 Google" Feb. 25 at the Nicolaysen Art Museum in Casper

From a Nicolaysen Art Museum press release: The NicolaysenArt Museum invites Wyoming students of all ages to drop into the DiscoveryCenter and doodle around at their special Doodle Event on February 25, 2012, from 1-4 p.m. The museum has been chosen to team up with Google for the fifth annual Doodle 4 Google contest, which invites
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"Doodle 4 Google" Feb. 25 at the Nicolaysen Art Museum in Casper

From a Nicolaysen Art Museum press release: The NicolaysenArt Museum invites Wyoming students of all ages to drop into the DiscoveryCenter and doodle around at their special Doodle Event on February 25, 2012, from 1-4 p.m. The museum has been chosen to team up with Google for the fifth annual Doodle 4 Google contest, which invites
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Early registration deadline Feb. 15 for Governor’s Arts Awards gala

Early registration deadline Feb. 15 (tomorrow) for Governor’s Arts Awards gala Feb. 24 at Little America. Register here.

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