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    5 Tourists You’ll Find in Wyoming

    Black-socks-and-sandals, Hawaiian-shirted, overly hairy, obviously from out of town, camera-around-the-neck tourist He’s hard to miss. I say he, because no woman in their right mind,...

  • A Tribute To Mr. Mars

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    A Tribute To Mr. Mars

    Many of us can follow the linking thread throughout our family lineage to discover our kinfolk’s legacy. Some families are in the humble and noble...

  • 3 types of apocalypses: zombie, Geo-political, environmental

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    3 types of apocalypses: zombie, Geo-political, environmental

    Written by Liam Jones There are few end-of-the-world scenarios that Hollywood seems to recreate over and over and over and… So, allow me to paint...

  • Wyoming: the humble beginnings of Taco John’s

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    Wyoming: the humble beginnings of Taco John’s

    Back in 2007, I returned to my Wyoming roots after being away for eleven years, living in several cities across the U.S., from the east...

  • Buffalo’s Longmire Days 2017

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    Buffalo’s Longmire Days 2017

    By Emily Maasen As much as we love the beautiful scenery of winter in Wyoming, we can’t help but dream of the warmer days to...

  • Intersections

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    Intersections

    So life imitates art? Yes, there’s probably some truth to that. After all, it’s the intersections in each — and of each — where things...

  • Ian Munsick

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    Ian Munsick Music Artist Q&A

    By Will Craft The phrase “I guess I still could,” seemed to be the mantra of Sheridan County native Ian Munsick. While he only said...

  • How to Prepare (for) The Perfect Steak

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    How to Prepare (for) The Perfect Steak

    Tasks can be successfully completed in a myriad of ways. For example, one can ride in the bed of a pickup truck sitting, standing, planking,...

  • A Talk of Life and Art with Wyoming Native Gabe Leonard

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    Where It All Began

    A Talk of Life and Art with Wyoming Native Gabe Leonard By: Molly Michieli Growing up in Wyoming is unlike any place else. Here there...

  • Business

    Coal Creek Coffee Company: A Worthy Pursuit

    By: Tyler Julian There is something about the Coal Creek Coffee Company, and I can’t quite put my finger on it. Something draws people into...

  • Adventure. Hunting. Dry Fork Collaborative.

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    Adventure. Hunting. Dry Fork Collaborative.

    Dry Fork Collaborative is an outdoor video production company located right here in Sheridan. Their goal according to Gene Leath, Dry Fork’s owner, is “…to...

  • Diana Volk

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    2017 Wyoming Resolutions

    Yellowstone Ahhhh, Yellowstone.  We’re kicking this list off with perhaps the most obvious choice, but after hearing how many Wyoming Folks haven’t been to Yellowstone...