As the pandemic’s effects rippled across the world, Wyoming high school seniors coped with the loss of their final semester and all the rites of passage they were expecting.
Lander Valley High School
Skyler Woodruff nabbed first place in the “People and Nature” category of The Nature Conservancy of Wyoming’s 2019 student photo contest with this photo of her and a pack llama high in the Wind River Mountains.
Tahnee Robinson was a third-round WNBA pick by the Phoenix Mercury, which traded her to the Connecticut Sun, a team owned by the Mohegan Tribe. The Fort Washakie resident was the first Wyoming-born player drafted into the WNBA, and the first full-blooded American Indian. She is enrolled with the Northern Cheyenne Tribe in Montana and is also Eastern Shoshone, Pawnee and Sioux.