UW Anthropologist’s Mammoth Mystery Solved by Oregon Man

Pat Neill believes in coincidences and, recently, that belief was rewarded. Last fall, the University of Wyoming’s Todd Surovell...

Local Historian Receives Special Award​

SWEETWATER COUNTY -- A Sweetwater County historian received special recognition Saturday for her article about the history of the Green River railroad...

Western to Host Hero Appreciation Day September 20-21

ROCK SPRINGS -- Western Wyoming Community College will host Hero Appreciation Days during a two-day celebration this month to honor first responders,...

Rock Springs Historical Museum to Offer Regular Walking Tours

ROCK SPRINGS -- The Rock Springs Historical Museum is pleased to announce it will be offering a regular schedule of Walking Tours...

History of the Granger Stage Station: Mark Twain to State Park Status

GRANGER—Mark Twain in Wyoming? Did such an event actually happen? Although Missouri, Nevada and California are more closely associated with the famous 19th century...

UW Adventurer Mark Jenkins to Present Latest Tour Discussions

Mark Jenkins, a University of Wyoming engagement and outreach specialist, will discuss one of his worldwide adventures -- 4,000-year-old hidden paintings in...

Tomahawk Hotel: Today and Yesterday (Part 2)

GREEN RIVER-- The Tomahawk Hotel was and is a place filled with memories for baby boomer-age adults in Green River and Rock...

Tomahawk Hotel: Today and Yesterday (Part 1)

GREEN RIVER-- The Tomahawk Hotel in downtown Green River is currently undergoing restoration as office space and apartments, which will enable this...

A Different Kind of Sameness at GRPD: The Evolution of Local Police Work Through...

The way that police do their jobs is based, ultimately, on the United States Constitution, Green River Police Chief Tom Jarvie said....

An Emphasis on Community Relations: The Evolution of Local Police Work Through the Decades...

Rock Springs Police Chief Dwane Pacheco is quite the Rock Springs Police Department veteran himself. “It’ll be 29...