It's commonly assumed that animals give birth with the arrival of spring. But a five-year study by UW researchers shows that the timing of births is more complex.
The quilts feature blockchain technology, including a QR code that links to the throw's creation process and a non-fungible token — also known as an NFT — as a final stamp of authenticity.
Nearly $4,000 was raised for the Make-A-Wish foundation by students who donated whatever change they had.
A magnitude 3.9 earthquake struck 30 miles south of Ten Sleep on Tuesday morning in the open country, where no damage or injuries occurred.
The snowpack in the Laramie Range, lower North Platte and Powder River watersheds all increased 20% to 30% by mid-March. But it could still be a dry summer in Wyoming.
"Derecho" is expected to rank within the top 25 fastest supercomputers globally and assist researchers in studying the effects that hurricanes, earthquakes, climate change and solar storms have on society.
"This one for us is super important just by the nature of who the group brings together, and it's an opportunity to tell our story in a unique way," Visit Casper CEO Brook Kaufman said.
"The problem is still not the 2nd Amendment, and President Biden’s actions won’t stop evil people, just make it harder for law-abiding people in Wyoming to exercise their rights," Sen. Cynthia Lummis tweeted.
The 125th “Daddy of ‘em All” will be held without limitations on crowd sizes.
When the coronavirus pandemic hit the state in mid-March last year, Steven Dinero was worried that the museum wouldn't make it. But the museum anticipates launching a new exhibit by mid-May, and Dinero is eager to share it with visitors.