Saratoga, Wyoming resident Jason Campbell spent an afternoon working with his neighbors to fight back the North Platte River as it reached record levels. Campbell drove around town checking on people, hauling equipment and pumping water out of flooded backyards.
Young Wyoming coroner tackles challenging job
When 23-year-old Albany County Coroner Kathleen Vernon goes to investigate a death, her youth is often taken for inexperience.
Twenty-five years ago Monday, a man and his wife pushed a homemade gasoline bomb into the town’s sole elementary school, demanding $300 million in ransom.
Wyoming 1954 by Elliott Erwitt.
Mike Hickey left after deaths that darkened his corner of the world, four of them with details that stain: A teenage girl’s mutilated body found on a mountainside, her head caved in. A home bombed in the night, killing three who slept inside…
The list doesn’t aim to identify Wyoming’s 20 smartest young people, or the 20 most powerful, or the 20 most successful. Instead, with help from our readers, it simply recognizes 20 inspiring standouts among the many young people whose talents are hard work and helping to build Wyoming.
A full moon dips behind the clouds as the early morning sun starts to rise recently in Cokeville. (Dan Cepeda, Star-Tribune)
Emily Reish, right, an eighth-grader at Centennial Junior High, reacts while nurse Kim Carlisle delivers a simulator baby from an adult simulator named Noelle on Tuesday morning at the new UWMC Clinical Development Center located at the Wyoming Medical Center. Advanced eighth-graders rotated through the lab’s four medical simulations of an adult male in critical care, a 8-month-old baby with respiratory issues, a newborn in neonatal care and the pregnant simulator. | KERRY HULLER Star-Tribune
The Wyoming gubernatorial candidate who came in third in November says he would have replaced the state government as we know it had he won.