WWE has run shows in Boise Idaho, Fargo North Dakota, Salt Lake City Utah. They haven't run shows through South Dakota, Montana and Alaska to my knowledge, probably because there isn't a large enough market, but I could be wrong.
If it doesn't house any big time sports teams, the chances of the WWE going there are small to none. WWE has held a few house shows here, but the arena they frequent when they do arrive seats like 8,000 at ground level (no descending lower bowl) with no upper decks. So television productions are a lot less likely though 2 Raw episodes have eminated from it, most recent one being almost 5 years ago. N.Y. state seems to get over a couple dozen shows every year between Albany, Buffalo, MSG, Nassau and anyplace else that I'm forgetting. I've gone to Houston to see the TV tapings that are rare closer to home just to have the experience they don't seem to want to bring here. Despite the on screen decline in quality, a live experience isn't all that different except that you don't want to piss off anyone that may yank your sign, camera, phone, etc.