A new book of archival images by Encampment photographer Lora Webb Nichols portrays the grit, joy and austere beauty of life in an early 20th century frontier town.
The Carbon County Museum curates historical oddities and fascinating figures from southwest Wyoming’s past.
An examination of Wyoming’s Constitution — and those of Idaho, Montana and the Dakota also written in 1889 — reveals unexpectedly progressive political philosophy, Western writes.
Wind River Indian Reservation-area residents gather in Riverton to watch a documentary about repatriation of Northern Arapaho remains from Carlisle boarding school.
As part of a broader conservation push, activists work to educate the public about Indigenous people’s long relationship with the vast swath of land.