Irina Zhorov http://wesa.fm en Enthusiasts Encourage More Women To Give Hunting A Shot http://wesa.fm/post/enthusiasts-encourage-more-women-give-hunting-shot The departure time for Wyoming's inaugural Women's Antelope Hunt was set for 5:30 a.m. — but that was before a snowstorm hit. By 6 a.m., the electricity is still out, wind and snow are howling and antsy women in camouflage are eating eggs by candlelight.<p>Marilyn Kite, Wyoming's first female state Supreme Court justice and one of the people who dreamed up the hunt, is among them.<p>"We've found it to be just great recreation, lots of fun, and the camaraderie of it is why you do it, really," Kite says. Fri, 18 Oct 2013 20:02:00 +0000 Irina Zhorov 18385 at http://wesa.fm Enthusiasts Encourage More Women To Give Hunting A Shot Years Later, Miss Indian America Pageant Winners Reunite http://wesa.fm/post/years-later-miss-indian-america-pageant-winners-reunite The women who were crowned Miss Indian America are reuniting this weekend in Sheridan, Wyo. The Native American pageant ran from 1953 to 1984 and attracted contestants from across the country. Originally, the pageant started as a way to combat prejudices against Native Americans.<p>Wahleah Lujan, of Taos Pueblo in northern New Mexico, who won the title in 1966, was very shy at the time. Fri, 12 Jul 2013 22:09:00 +0000 Irina Zhorov 13043 at http://wesa.fm Years Later, Miss Indian America Pageant Winners Reunite