Monthly Archives: January 2011

January Photo of the Month

It’s winter in the Rocky Mountains, and one of the best ways to beat the doldrums that come with the season is to get outside for some exercise!  Snowshoes make it possible to do just that!  The style of snowshoe pictured here … Continue reading

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Going to the Movies?

  The Green Hornet opens in theatres this Friday, but you don’t have to wait a minute longer to get in on the excitement!  From comic books, radio, television and now the big screen, The Green Hornet has been fascinating … Continue reading

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First Woman Governor Documented at the AHC

On January 5, 1925, Nellie Tayloe Ross, a Democrat, was sworn-in as Governor of Wyoming, becoming the first woman in American history to serve as a state governor.  Mrs. Ross was elected through a special election on November 4th, 1924 … Continue reading

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