Alan Rogers, Casper Star-Tribune

Alan Rogers

Casper Star-Tribune

Casper, WY, United States

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Past articles by Alan:

Video: Girl injured by bison in Yellowstone National Park

A group of about 50 people had approached within five to 10 feet of the bull bison. → Read More

Yellowstone fire watch tower burns to the ground after lightning strike

A historic wildfire watch tower burned to the ground after it was struck by lightning in Yellowstone National Park, officials announced Wednesday. → Read More

A railroad engineer who documents Wyoming's coal country in photos

Alan Nash is a Union Pacific engineer from Scottsbluff, Nebraska, who for most of his adult life has made a living hauling coal through Wyoming’s Powder River Basin. His home → Read More

Snow plow crash closes stretch of highway between Casper and Rawlins

A snow plow crashed Thursday afternoon on Wyoming Highway 220, leading to the closure of a 40-mile stretch of road between Alcova and Muddy Gap. → Read More

World's tallest geyser erupts once again in Yellowstone, setting new record

After years of silence, the world's tallest active geyser set a new record over the weekend when it erupted for the 30th time in 2018. → Read More

Star-Tribune to co-host Wyoming governor debate ahead of general election

The four candidates for Wyoming governor will gather for a debate Oct. 18 at Casper College. → Read More

Boy injured by bear in Yellowstone National Park

A bear injured a 10-year-old boy Thursday in Yellowstone National Park. → Read More

Yellowstone wildfire grows slightly, multiple other fires burning across Wyoming

A wildfire burning in the northwest corner of Yellowstone National Park grew slightly Monday to just under 1,400 acres, leading to the partial closure of a wilderness area. → Read More

In their own words: A voter guide for Wyoming's 2018 primary election

The Casper Star-Tribune is pleased to offer this voter guide for Wyoming's Aug. 21 primary election. → Read More

Deadline extended to submit questions for Wyoming governor, U.S. Senate debates in Casper

Wyoming candidates for governor and U.S. Senate will debate next week at Casper College. → Read More

Star-Tribune to co-host debates for Wyoming governor, U.S. Senate at Casper College

Wyoming candidates for governor and U.S. Senate will debate next month at Casper College. → Read More

Balloon roundup returns to Casper this weekend

If you look to the sky at dawn this weekend in Casper, you may see a brilliantly-colored hot air balloon drifting overhead. → Read More

University of Wyoming plans to roll out marketing campaign despite faculty criticism

The University of Wyoming is moving forward with a new marketing campaign that some faculty members have criticized as excluding women and minorities. → Read More

Town of Mills ends contract with Metro, will handle own animal control

Mills will no longer rely on the City of Casper to police its stray dogs and cats, the town announced Friday. → Read More

World's tallest geyser erupts in Yellowstone for third time this spring

Steamboat Geyser — the world's tallest active geyser — erupted Friday morning in Yellowstone National Park. → Read More

Man arrested after allegedly breaking into Wyoming governor's residence

A man faces charges after police say he broke into the Wyoming governor’s residence and set off a fire alarm. → Read More

Officers respond to possible explosive device in Casper neighborhood

Casper police are investigating a possible explosive device in a residential neighborhood. → Read More

Six stories that captivated readers at in 2017

Whether they be tragic or triumphant, some news stories capture the attention of the entire community. As 2018 begins, we paused to look back at those stories that resounded most → Read More

The best images of 2017 from the Star-Tribune photographers

Although it is impossible to sum up an entire year — and the entire state of Wyoming — in just a few photographs, each holiday season the Star-Tribune photographers pause → Read More

A novice hunter finds new connections to Wyoming's open spaces

I was sprawled on the ground behind a clump of sagebrush, vaguely aware that a dozen or so cactus spines had just been embedded in my thigh. Through the scope, → Read More