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.
As an international election official, Debra Lee has been threatened, shot at and nearly kidnapped. Now she’s running an election back home amid a pandemic and presidential naysaying.
Wyoming office-seekers get creative with social media, phone banks and outside events to reach voters during pandemic.
Wyoming can’t afford to delay the issue until 2021 with state budgets, hospitals, newly jobless all desperate for immediate help.
As Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks reopen to keen interest, officials keep a wary eye on visitors and a steep decline of projected tax revenues.