Legend Rock, a Wyoming State Petroglyph Site 29 miles northwest of Thermopolis, boasts more than 300 wonder-inducing pieces of rock art.
Some of Wyoming’s ungulates don’t survive the winter for causes both natural, or, as in this case, man-made.
Riding the inexorable winds of change, a line of rail cars carries massive turbine blades through the historic coal mining town of Rock Springs.
Gov. Mark Gordon was caught red-handed, and red-faced, withholding information at a transparency luncheon. He’d failed to disclose his birthday.
Old photos of her father from a 1986 newspaper article give Savannah Lavenstein a fresh perspective on her Wyoming upbringing and the values it instilled.