During the time of COVID-19 a Laramie photographer set out to capture Wyomingites on their porches, stoops and doorways in a quest to find out how the pandemic has shaped their lives.
Rallies, vigils and protests erupted in towns big and small over the last week in reaction to the death of George Floyd. WyoFile captures the events in this photo essay featuring the work of photographers around the state.
Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks opened their gates for limited visitor use on Monday. Laramie photographer Mike Vanata captured the event in photographs.
Douglas native who gained national publicity for sticking to his fashion preference died March 7. ‘The guy was a true hero,’ one admirer said.
Photographer Mike Vanata captured images of the behind-the-scenes workers who keep the Wyoming Capitol clean, safe and running smoothly.