Latest from Amber Steinmetz
Artist Makes 300 Wooden Snowmen, One For Every Family In 3 Big Horn County Towns
With none of her children and grandchildren living nearby, Pauline Parker wanted to do something for the area. So she painted 300 wooden snowmen — one for every family in Burlington, Otto and Emblem.
Amber SteinmetzDecember 03, 2023
Strict Rules For Early Wyoming Teachers: No Makeup, Drinking Or Hanging Out
Like most teachers of her time, Elise Mayor had to sign a strict contract about her behavior when she began teaching in Wyoming in 1926 — no makeup, drinking or hanging out in ice cream shops.
Amber SteinmetzNovember 26, 2023
Wyoming Woman Was 43 When She Learned She Was Switched At Birth
Gillette resident Shirley Munoz Newsom was 43 when she discovered she had been switched at birth. Now she’s sharing her story and learning that babies switched at birth isn’t as uncommon as people may think.
Amber SteinmetzNovember 18, 2023
Pair Of Cody Students First Wyomingites To Serve As Special Olympics Youth Ambassadors
Brindi Brittain and Adrian Wood, from Cody High School, are the first Wyomingites to serve as Special Olympics U.S. Youth Ambassadors. They will serve with 30 other youth leaders with and without intellectual disabilities who are striving to make America a more inclusive place.
Amber SteinmetzNovember 12, 2023
Park County Launches Clickable History Map That's First Of Its Kind For Wyoming
Using interactive GIS maps, the Park County Archives has launched a first-of-its-kind searchable database that links historic photos and information to points on a clickable map.
Amber SteinmetzNovember 04, 2023
Rush Of Bagging First Pronghorn Never Gets Old At Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt
For more than a decade, the annual Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt has been growing. This year 45 hunters from 10 states participated, including 20 first-time hunters. Buffalo's Harley Gonzales was one of the rookies who bagged her first pronghorn this year.
Amber SteinmetzOctober 21, 2023