In the fall of 1867, a single railroad track reached the southeastern corner of Dakota Territory—today's Wyoming state line. The Union Pacific had been pushing westward from Omaha for the past year and a half. Beyond this "End of Track" point, there was nothing but open prairie, mountains and rolling hills for hundreds of miles. No cities or civilization to speak of, no ranches or farms, and not much population. In fact there was no Wyoming.Read more: End of Track: Premieres March 10 on Wyoming PBS
Sheridan, Wyo. (February 27, 2013) – Bighorn National Forest managers announced this week that the Burgess Junction Visitor Center will not open in 2013. The Visitor Center is located 50 miles west of Sheridan at the junction of U.S. Highways 14 and 14A. Read more: The Burgess Junction Visitor Center will not open in 2013
Updated: A high speed pursuit involving Johnson County Sheriffs Deputies Wednesday morning resulted in at least one person being life flighted to the hospital.
The high speed chase began around 10am Wednesday in Buffalo after a gold SUV was reported to have hit a fence at a local convenience store. Buffalo PD responded to the call, and discovered the vehicle had been reported stolen from Billings, MT. Read more: Updated: High Speed Pursuit Leads to Life Flight