Wildfires have reignited debate over land management, Wyoming rancher Mary Flitner writes. She reflects on a time when she bonded with land managers over shared local knowledge.
Lore of the Bighorn Mountains holds that a lode of gold waits for whomever is brave — or foolish — enough to rediscover a lost mine.
Ten men died when their B-17 crashed in the Bighorn Mountains in 1943. Nearly 75 years later, questions still outnumber answers about the fateful night.
Wyoming’s fire towers provide stunning scenery and mini adventures to renters.
Members of the Crow Nation blessed Antelope Butte as a nonprofit works to reopen the area as a community ski hill.