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    Heroes Come in All Sizes

    Heroes Come in All Sizes Story and Photos by Eric Salveggio (Brazos third from left) Nothing is more iconic than the American Cowboy. On the...

  • Lancifer

    Entertainment

    The Good (and Spontaneous) Life of “Lancifer”

    Native Wyomingite, Lane Terzieff, could best be described as a spontaneous world traveler, seeking to broaden his reach by making friends and manifesting a message...

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    Adventure

    Off-Season is the Best Season

    Article By Korey Peterson Cruising up highway 191 toward Yellowstone, I’ve got the heat cranked to fend the early morning chill. The Tetons are illuminated...

  • Community

    Wyoming Connections Academy: Alternative Education for K-12

    Remember sitting in school and staring out the window wishing you could have class outside? Well, you can in Wyoming! Wyoming Connections Academy is a...

  • Community

    Building a Brighter Future with Jim Baumann

    What makes a school a “good school”? Author Jim Baumann, of Teton Village, Wyoming, sought to answer this one very complex question. Well, he went...

  • Education

    Where’s the Whiskey?

    by Tyler Julian   There’s an old saying that the West was won on whiskey and women, and there’s some truth to that. I think...

  • Fiction

    Death Trip – Chapter 1

    Co-authored by Micah Trampe & Nathan Trampe   “We’re coming in now Mr. Yates,” the pilot’s voice crackled through the headphones Chuck wore on his...

  • Adventure

    The Long Drive to Yellowstone

    by Chris Maze   I recline, lounging on a leather-clad bench across the whole rear of a saloon car. The long, sleek, deep burgundy parabolic...

  • Sports

    Cheyenne Frontier Days 2017

    by Eric Salveggio   Cheyenne Frontier Days, dubbed the “Daddy of ’em All” once again lived up to its name. The dust, mud, heat, rain,...

  • Sports

    Bighorn Mountain Trail Run 2017

    by Carrie Haderlie   Red mud. Gray mud. Slippery mud, sticky mud, wet mud. Dry mud—yes, dry mud. Black mud, rocky mud, thick mud, and...

  • Entertainment

    A Holiday Guide to Keeping Relatives Happy

    by Will Craft   For some reason, the autumn and winter months have a ton of holidays, and they have pretty much all of the...

  • Education

    The Guts and Glory of Scratch Pumpkin Pie

    by Molly Michieli   Baking any pie, no matter the level of intricacy, is an accomplishment. After longingly awaiting the kitchen timer to ding, when...