The self-described old ski bums remained a staple at Grand Targhee Resort this season despite the risk of COVID-19.
The Cowboy State has expressed interest in doing its part to fight climate change. But it wants to do so under its own terms.
The Biden Administration is putting the brakes on new oil and gas leases on public lands. Mark Duggan of KSUT looks at what that means for one drilling proposal in Southwest Colorado.
Soil moisture can play an important role in the Mountain West’s overall water supply.
KHOL asked three local residents to reflect on a year that’s unlikely to be forgotten anytime soon.
Zoe Crisp was one of two Wyoming students selected to participate in this year’s U.S. Senate Youth Program in March.
Many Indigenous communities in the Mountain West and across the U.S. are now sharing extra vaccine doses with their non-Indigenous neighbors.
A bill that could provide up to 25,000 additional Wyoming residents with healthcare coverage will be debated in the state Senate in the coming days.
The conversation around a failed education bill reflects a larger debate that has escalated since The 1619 Project was published.