At a Wyoming mountain lake, a photographer spots an intriguing figure emerging from the water.
U.S. Sens. Enzi, Barrasso opposed the bill that would permanently fund a program that brought $132 million in federal investment to Wyoming over 55 years. Cheney has a record of skepticism regarding the program.
As summer heats up, many seek respite on Wyoming’s rivers, creeks and lakes.
Amid a pandemic and nationwide protests over racial injustice, two men cycle through Wyoming on a ride across America to raise money for charities. So far, they say, “everybody’s been loving.”
Against the turmoil, unrest and uncertainty unfolding in the human world, nature marches on. Managing editor Katie Klingsporn writes that it can provide a touchstone when all else seems unrecognizable.