At covered-wagon pace, travelers once kept Split Rock in sight for days. Now, most zip past in minutes on Highway 789/287, unless they have a camera, a sense of adventure and a lightshow to capture.
A journalist and pilot recounts his attempt to retrace the “Endurance and Reliability Test” across Wyoming in a small plane— a passage that killed three original participants.
Early inhabitants may have used a sacred site to study and predict astronomical events, according to a Bozeman-based researcher.
Grading the University of Wyoming’s controversial new slogan depends on its fidelity to the iconic image’s roots — Owen Wister’s classic “The Virginian.”
October 5 marks the 76th anniversary of the first day of school for students at the Heart Mountain War Relocation Center.