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Strangers Stranded At DIA Team Up To Get Home

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Spencer and Jana Horn pose for a photo with family at the Lehi, Utah Luminaria walk. (Courtesy Photo)

Caught up with thousands of other travelers stranded at Denver International Airport by mass airline cancellations, a Utah couple made new friends and a harrowing 13.5-hour winter drive through the Rockies for their holiday homecoming.

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Way out West! Evanston is unique gateway into state of Wyoming

in Travel/Column/Bill Sniffin
Evanston paddle boarding
A paddle boarder slowly works her way across the Bear River Ponds in the middle of Evanston. The ponds are used year-round for recreation by the 12,500 residents and visitors. (Photo credit: Bill Sniffin)

Most Wyomingites think of the city of Evanston as more of a gateway than a getaway. But upon closer examination, many might find their opinion changed.

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Cowboy State Bucket List covers 97,000 square miles!

in Travel/Column/Bill Sniffin

What is on your ‘Cowboy State Bucket List?

In a land of 97,000 square miles full of mountains, canyons, rivers, historical trails and outposts, Native American sites, and modern marvels, it is easy to compile such a list. And yet, there are so many more places to see it seems like my list is getting longer rather than shorter.

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