Season 2 Archive

  • Renny Jackson was a ranger in the Jenny Lake subdistrict in Grand Teton National Park for 34 years, assisting and rescuing climbers. The specific group of rangers charged with rescues...

    Climbing Ranger Renny Jackson

    Renny Jackson was a ranger in the Jenny Lake subdistrict in Grand Teton National Park for 34 years, assisting and rescuing climbers. The specific group of rangers charged with rescues...

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  • Father Robert Cook, born in Rifle, Colorado, attended the Catholic liberal arts college of Regis, graduating magna cum laude with a Classical B.A. in 1962. He received his LL.B. (a...

    Wyoming Catholic College

    Father Robert Cook, born in Rifle, Colorado, attended the Catholic liberal arts college of Regis, graduating magna cum laude with a Classical B.A. in 1962. He received his LL.B. (a...

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  • Artist Laurie Thal doesn’t have to look far for inspiration when working in her Wilson, Wyoming studio. The window on the north wall of the rectangular, hip-roofed, purple-doored building looks...

    Glass Artist Laurie Thal

    Artist Laurie Thal doesn’t have to look far for inspiration when working in her Wilson, Wyoming studio. The window on the north wall of the rectangular, hip-roofed, purple-doored building looks...

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  • Taylor Haynes is a rancher, a doctor, and an unsuccessful write-in candidate for governor of Wyoming. Haynes talks about the Tea Party movement, and his own vision of better government...

    Dr. Taylor Haynes and the Wyoming Tea Party

    Taylor Haynes is a rancher, a doctor, and an unsuccessful write-in candidate for governor of Wyoming. Haynes talks about the Tea Party movement, and his own vision of better government...

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  • Host Chris Turner visits with the irrascible, ever opinionated, sometimes over-the-top but always entertaining Harry Jackson. Harry is an artist shaped by the underworld, World War, and Wyoming. He is...

    Artist Harry Jackson

    Host Chris Turner visits with the irrascible, ever opinionated, sometimes over-the-top but always entertaining Harry Jackson. Harry is an artist shaped by the underworld, World War, and Wyoming. He is...

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  • When we think about wildlife, we think about elk, and grizzley bears, and cutthroat trout. We don’t think about grasshoppers and other insects. But farmers think about them alot and...

    Entomologist Dr. Jeffrey Lockwood

    When we think about wildlife, we think about elk, and grizzley bears, and cutthroat trout. We don’t think about grasshoppers and other insects. But farmers think about them alot and...

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  • Matteo Pistono, a Wyoming native and practicing Buddhist, talks about his spiritual quest and political activism in over a decade of travel in Chinese-occupied Tibet. His new book is “In...

    Buddha Quest

    Matteo Pistono, a Wyoming native and practicing Buddhist, talks about his spiritual quest and political activism in over a decade of travel in Chinese-occupied Tibet. His new book is “In...

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  • There was a time when wolves roamed all over North America. Now they are tucked into a couple of tight corners, one of which happens to be Wyoming, particularly around...

    Wolf Management

    There was a time when wolves roamed all over North America. Now they are tucked into a couple of tight corners, one of which happens to be Wyoming, particularly around...

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  • For half a century, Apache Oil has drilled for fossil fuels and fueled a world famous artists retreat in the bucolic ranch country outside Buffalo, Wyoming. Ray Plank, founder of...

    Apache Oil Founder Ray Plank

    For half a century, Apache Oil has drilled for fossil fuels and fueled a world famous artists retreat in the bucolic ranch country outside Buffalo, Wyoming. Ray Plank, founder of...

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  • Biotechnology in Wyoming isn’t an oxymoron. The industry already employs 860 people in the state. Garrett Lindemann, a Big Horn native who returned to the town after years working in...

    Biotechnology in Wyoming

    Biotechnology in Wyoming isn’t an oxymoron. The industry already employs 860 people in the state. Garrett Lindemann, a Big Horn native who returned to the town after years working in...

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