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Brewery Hopping Across the State of Wyoming

By  •  July 8, 2017

For being fairly new to the craft beer movement, Wyoming has stepped up its game in recent years. Although smaller in comparison to Colorado, Oregon or California –  you will …
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Tips for viewing the Total Solar Eclipse in Oregon, Idaho and Wyoming

By  •  April 14, 2017

For the first time since 1918, a total solar eclipse will make its way across the United States – crossing over 3 Western US states in the process:  Oregon, Idaho and …
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Wyoming to host 2017 Adventure Racing World Championship

By  •  April 26, 2016

For the past three years, Wyoming has been the only state in the U.S. for racers to qualify for the Adventure Racing World Championship through the Cameco Cowboy Tough. The …
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Basin & Range Inside Guide to The West: Cheyenne, Wyoming

By  •  March 25, 2016

Long regarded for its 117 year old rodeo celebration, Cheyenne, Wyoming’s 62,000 residents are shaking things up lately with some new ambitions.  We recently took the quick trip to Denver, Colorado’s …
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Best of Basin & Range Magazine 2017 – The Year in Review

By  •  January 7, 2018

2017 will go down as a memorable year for our readers.  This year’s Year in Review saw the changing of the US President – signifying not only a simple change …
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2017 Basin and Range Holiday Gift Guide

By  •  December 22, 2017

Whether you’re shopping for yourself or another, our gift guide includes something for everyone on your list… and it all comes from the most beautiful places of the West.  We’ve …
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Understanding Public Lands and Why They Matter: Part 2

By  •  November 8, 2017

If you’ve been paying any attention to US political news over the last few years, you might have caught glimpses of the occasional headline focused on something called, “Federally Managed Public …
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The West’s Biggest Winners at 2017 GABF

By  •  October 23, 2017

The 2017 Great American Beer Festival, or GABF as it is affectionately known as, has come and gone once again – leaving hundreds of craft beer brewers and thousands of …
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Understanding Public Lands and Why They Matter: Part 1

By  •  September 26, 2017

If you’ve been paying any attention to US political news over the last few years, you might have caught glimpses of the occasional headline focused on federally managed public lands.  From …
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