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Monthly Archives: July 2018

    Homes are Selling Faster than Ice Cream on a Hot Day

    By Steve Prescott | July 30, 2018

      Talk about homes selling fast! If homes are selling fast this means you shouldn’t put your home on the market unless you are absolutely ready to sell. This is a National trend but is also impacting our community. Homes are on the market for nominal days. As a buyer, take a moment to write... Read More

    Dude, Get Gnarly!

    By Mark Escalera | July 27, 2018

      Today is National New Jersey Day. That won’t work in Wyoming. Cowboys don’t do New Jersey.  It is also National Talk in an Elevator Day. Not too many of them new-fangled gizmos in Wyoming as most cowboys prefer to keep both feet on solid ground, ‘cept when we’re bustin’ broncs — but that is... Read More

    Seven UW Research Projects Garner Use of Cheyenne Supercomputer

    By Steve Prescott | July 25, 2018

    Seven University of Wyoming research projects, many of which will directly impact Wyoming and the nation, have been chosen to receive computational time and storage space at the supercomputer in Cheyenne. Energy, the atmosphere, watersheds and wind farms are some of the research topics. UW faculty members head projects that will use the NCAR-Wyoming Supercomputing Center... Read More

    Cheyenne Frontier Days Love & Memories

    By Stephanie Prescott | July 23, 2018

    The community’s love for Cheyenne Frontier Days was heard loud and clear! We posted a competition for two Carnival Armband Season Passes for Cheyenne Frontier Days this year and did an “engagement” based Facebook competition. The post received nearly 50,000 impressions and had almost 20k views and hundreds commenting, as well as sharing. The excitement... Read More

    Don’t Get Suckered

    By Mark Escalera | July 20, 2018

      July 20th, National Lollipop Day, is an annual observation of this popular and flavorful treat. Ever delightful and sweet, lollipops have been satisfying the sweet tooth for generations and possibly for centuries. They may have been a way to preserve nuts and berries in honey during prehistoric times. Much later when sugar was plentiful, lollipops... Read More

    Agricultural Roots Run Deep

    By Steve Prescott | July 19, 2018

    Stephanie Prescott, co-owner with her husband Steve, of RE/MAX Capitol Properties, comes from a long line of ranchers. Her family roots are deep in Wyoming. Her great grandfather Wolfgang “Jack” Robert Copman arrived in Wyoming in 1879. He later married Elsbeth Yegen, who joined Jack in Wyoming in 1890. The family homesteaded in the Shell,... Read More

    Retire in Wyoming

    By Stephanie Prescott | July 18, 2018

      Wyoming is one of the top 10 States to retire according to report by Retirees are assessing a few different items upon retirement. Typically they want to live in an area where their savings will be stretched further and where cost of living is manageable. Wyoming is one of those States. It is... Read More

    Landscaping Musts In Cheyenne

    By Stephanie Prescott | July 16, 2018

        We live in the magic plains! It is magic because it is a beautiful place to live. Make your home standout by making it part of the magic plains reputation by following these “Must Do” landscaping tips. They are simple but once you do them you will have a low maintenance look that... Read More

    New Home with those fries?

    By Mark Escalera | July 13, 2018

      Each year on July 13, many people will participate in National French Fry Day by enjoying one of the many varieties of the classic food. French fries, also known as chips, fries, finger chips or French-fried potatoes, are batons of deep-fried potatoes and are common fixtures at fast food restaurants that are loved by adults... Read More

    Hard Hat & A Hammer

    By Stephanie Prescott | July 11, 2018

    You might think we are going to sing an Alan Jackson song to you. Well…. we are! “Lace-up boots and faded jeans, A homemade sandwich, and a half a jug of tea, Average Joe, average pay.Same ol’ end, same ol’ day” – Lyrics from the Hard Hat & A Hammer Song by Alan Jackson Looking at the... Read More