Tourism will soon surpass energy as be the biggest economic force in Wyoming because people crave what they can only find here.
Most state legislators from the area ask the U.S. representative not to preclude public involvement with land management legislation.
Conservationists say rules have been changed, deadlines moved, bargaining options unfairly limited.
The lines between business and showmanship run together at a well-run estate auction, an arrangement that serves customers and consignors alike.
Rep. Mark Baker (R-Rock Springs) is known as a social conservative, but says he works on many other issues such as preventing floods on Bitter Creek.