Ivan McClellan documents cowboys and cowgirls in the American West, challenging mythology to include people of color.
A growing theater scene in Rock Springs creates a safe space for people of all backgrounds.
The Roaring Divas, a new group of drag queens in western Colorado, are popularizing the gender-neutral term “Latine” in place of “Latinx.”
Lobacheva Plummer is one of 20 new citizens who were welcomed during a naturalization ceremony at Grand Teton National Park on Friday.
While LGBTQ+ rights are being celebrated across much of the country for Pride Month, a group of Teton Valley students say they still need more support.
The local creative discusses the importance of Pride Month, nurturing local talent and creating his alter ego, “Your Girl Catherine.”
Two Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company members discuss the concept behind the production of “What Problem?”, which tackles social isolation and racial justice.
KHOL spoke to the lone rabbi in Wyoming about what the Festival of Lights means this year.
Ten local organizations made altars for the Day of the Dead, a Mexican celebration honoring ancestors and loved ones who have passed away.