Monthly Archives: July 2013

Summer is the Season for State Parks

State parks are often the forgotten cousins of much larger and well-known national parks, but they contain just as many scenes of striking beauty and opportunities for recreation.  One advantage is that they are often less crowded than national parks … Continue reading

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Wyoming Students Earned Honors at National History Day Contest

After months of intensive research and success at district- and state-level competitions here in Wyoming, sixty Wyoming students presented their projects at the annual National History Day Contest held at the University of Maryland Campus in College Park, Maryland June … Continue reading

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When UFOs Met Earth (Maybe?)

You may have seen Google’s homepage Doodle today, commemorating the 66th anniversary of the discovery of unidentified wreckage on a ranch near Roswell, NM.  To aid in these commemorative activities of the Roswell events, we at the AHC would like … Continue reading

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We’re Under Construction!

Like many highways this summer, the AHC is also undergoing construction! The Centennial Complex, which houses the American Heritage Center and the UW Art Museum, will be undergoing extensive renovation to its roof over the next several months. Crews began … Continue reading

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