People in mental health crises spend months in county jails because Wyoming’s resources are strained. The long running problem is not restricted to adult offenders.
A group of neighbors arrived on her porch with a message: “Our kind was not welcome here and we needed to leave Cody Country,” Colin Monahan says.
Statistics suggest Wyoming is at a pivotal moment in its battle with COVID-19 as a representative for the state’s hospital says Wyoming missed opportunities to better prepare.
In a year marked by fear, uncertainty and loss, the Mullen Fire is bringing a new layer of distress to residents of remote southeastern Wyoming.
University of Wyoming professor Jason Shogren has been preparing his home outside Centennial for the possible arrival of the Mullen Fire — the kind of natural disaster that has informed his work as an economist.