Feature Stories

FEATURE STORIES

  • Rendezvous Special Section: One of my favorite things about Pinedale is Rendezvous, which is a historical celebration of the area’s mountain man past. For my second Rendezvous, I stole the show from my editor, worked with our awesome designer and crafted a special section for the event. It’s one of my finest achievements I’ve accomplished while working at the Roundup.
  • Call of the Musher: The annual IPSSSDR competition comes to the county and two mushers discuss what it’s like to be top dog.
  • Portland Cello Project in Pinedale: One of the biggest acts to every play in Pinedale, the Portland Cello Project brought along fellow Oregonian Laura Gibson for a unique, spectacular performance.
  • Elk Research: Up close and personal with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department and its elk habitat management crew.
  • From the Highlands to the High Desert: A Scottish fiddler and his cellist partner came to Pinedale and tried their hardest to get the rough and tumble Western crowd to dance the way they do in the old country.
  • Bringing Remediation Back Home: After spending years developing a reputation for cleaning oil and natural spills in California, a local boy makes good and returns to keep his hometown safe and clean.
  • A Brotherhood of Brewers: Hailed as a “collabobrew,” Wyoming’s brewers came to Pinedale to create the first-ever Wyoming-style IPA, share some secrets and celebrate the fraternal nature of the world’s oldest beverage.
  • Portland Cello Project in Pinedale: One of the biggest acts to every play in Pinedale, the Portland Cello Project brought along fellow Oregonian Laura Gibson for a unique, spectacular performance.
  • Rendezvous 2014: Once again, I take the reins for the annual Rendezvous section.

 

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