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                Join the fun of the Little Big Show's weekly NFL pool, it's free, fun, and possibly nutritious. The winner of each week's pool will receive a free side of guacamole with tortilla chips from El Tapatio Mexican Restaurant in Powell, WY. If you have a Google account you can make your picks by clicking here. If you don't have a Google account but would like to play you can do one of two things. You can click, print and fill out the pool sheet NFL 4 - Google Docs.pdf and fax it to 307.764.3770. Or e-mail us at daves@radiowyo.com and you will receive an invitation to join the pool from CBSsports.com. Thanks for listening to the Little Big Show, weekday mornings 6-10 a.m., on 107.1 The Adventure. 

107.1 The Adventure Contact Info
Phone: (307) 764-3771 * Fax: (307) 764-3770
Mail: 207 East 1st Street, Powell, WY 82435
To listen to us on your phone follow these simple steps. For android or ¡phone's go to Play Store and enter in search: "Tunein Radio." Download app.Then enter Wyoming, search, KWHO, or The Adventure, or 107.1 FM. Enjoy our great music anywhere.
Wyoming News from the Casper Tribune
September 30th
Here are the results of Friday's Mega Millions lottery drawing:
September 30th
PRYOR — In Crow Indian mythology coyotes are from the Black Hills of South Dakota, cougars are natives of the Musselshell River valley and magpies consider the Ashland country their home.
September 30th
Wyoming’s top schools official continues to oppose the State Board of Education employing a coordinator who is independent of her department.
September 30th
AFOGNAK ISLAND, Alaska — Everyone here has a bear story. Not a bear-spotting story, which is almost daily, but a bear encounter, a confrontation where both parties have a choice to make — fight or flight. Without variance, the stories…
September 30th
Fort Caspar Academy has been named a 2016 National Blue Ribbon School — an honor bestowed on less than 1 percent of all the country’s public schools.

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