Spanish flu survivors took personal responsibility for their neighbors and worked together to fight a pandemic instead of complaining about imaginary abuse of their ‘rights’
With COVID-19 pandemic upending life in Wyoming, UW historian examines how the state survived the devastating 1918 Spanish influenza outbreak.
Without a clear front-runner two weeks before polls close, the six-way contest is still up for grabs
A Wyoming House bill demanding the transfer of some federal lands to the state now languishes as the Senate instead promotes its own $100,000 “management” study.
Accidents have plagued Wyoming coal mines since territorial times, when mines lacked many of the safety features required in today’s mines.