Making a living with the arts is especially challenging in the least populated state in the nation — a set of conditions that spawn unique and innovative solutions.
November’s special election asked this Wyoming city to consider how it distributes power in local government — a question each municipality in the state must answer for itself.
A legislative committee recently decided against changing or eliminating the state’s net metering statute. Sheridan solar business owner Richard Mack says that was a wise move.
A young Wyoming native contemplates the professional, economic, social, cultural and political challenges of her decision to move back “home” from New York City.
The work and the setting are worth the trip to Big Horn, even though interpretive material is lacking.