Ekalaka really is in the middle of nowhere.
On Saturday, Americans will have a special occasion to raise the Star Spangled Banner and sing its song.
CODY, Wyo — When it comes to historical firearms negotiations, do not underestimate the value of a competitive ballroom dancer and the tenacity of a retired U.S. Navy captain.
Robert Scott and his son, Robert, view the Smithsonian firearms exhibit at the Cody Firearms Museum in the Buffalo Bill Historical Center last week. The display features 64 unique firearms and models made for patents.
Ornate metal work decorates a Turkish flintlock pistol on display in the Cody Firearms Museum.
Cody Firearms Museum curator Warren Newman talks about having the Smithsonian firearms on display.
President Thomas Jefferson’s North African Miquelet Jezail musket is one of the unusual items on display. It measures 7 feet long.
GREAT FALLS — Native American activist, curator and professor George Horse Capture has died in Great Falls. He was 75.
LARAMIE, Wyo. — The University of Wyoming will confer honorary doctoral degrees upon two individuals who are recognized internationally as leaders in their professions.
One hundred and fifty years ago Tuesday, President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation. Lincoln’s proclamation set a moral standard for the Union in the war that had been killing rebels and patriots alike for two terrible years.
A foreign army invaded Washington, D.C., burned the U.S. Capitol and the president’s mansion before going on to defeat an American military force that outnumbered the invaders 2 to 1.
CODY, Wyo. — The National Tour Association named the Buffalo Bill Historical Center as one of the nation's favorite museums Wednesday.
CODY, Wyo. -- Famed artist Harry Jackson died in Sheridan on Monday, family members said.
CODY, Wyo. — In a push to get kids interested in science, the Buffalo Bill Historical Center will team up with the Smithsonian Institution this spring to offer a first-of-its-kind “scientific investigation” to Wyoming youth.
The warm moments rise from the real history sampled in "Night at the Museum: Battle at the Smithsonian." The kid-friendly thrills come from the special effects - the monsters, mannequins, artifacts and paintings that come to life in this sequel to "Night at the Museum."