The Star-Tribune is spending a year writing profiles on Wyoming women as part of the 150th anniversary of women's suffrage here. Here's is a collection of all the profiles published to date.
Beth Williams began her graduate work with a box full of slides of diseased deer brain.
Susie Warburton wouldn’t go to the door to meet her blind date, set up by her aunt and uncle. She left that to her roommate.
Longtime Wyoming rancher Mary Strand shares her tales of grit, hard-fought independence and battles with fire.
In October 1924, Nellie Tayloe Ross was a widow at a crossroads.
In the late 1800s, Lillian Heath helped a railroad doctor rebuild a man’s face.
In the heart of the unruly West, in a bustling mining town where most people were men and most business was conducted over whiskey and beer in…