Jennifer is a Wyoming transplant who can’t imagine living anywhere else. She comes to Outliers with more than a decade of community reporting experience from publications around the state. For story ideas and tips, contact Jen at email@example.com.
Enormous silver hoop earrings flew as Sheridan College Dance Instructor Stephanie Koltiska leaped into the air with a twist before
landing on her toes only to twist off again. “Here we go, 5,6,7,8...,"
Everyone has their own unique culture surrounding food and dining. As someone who grew up eating dinners in her room alone in front of the television (I was raised by a hardworking single mom), I have a lot of ... Read More
Sheridan Bird Farm Boon for Pheasant Hunting
The pheasants are riled up that morning as they darted in and out of the rows of marsh elder, lambs quarter and oats and hopped down the dirt lane toward Wyoming Ga... Read More
What does a girl do who loves wild animals and the outdoors but doesn’t like to carry a gun? She hunts horns. And picks up trash. Sometimes she even creates a scavenger hunt for her younger brother and sister t... Read More
Having grown up in Cincinnati, getting outdoors to us meant a quick walk around a decorative city park or playing in one of the man-made creeks running through our suburban neighborhood. Short of an annual “cam... Read More
How Former Smoker's Gutter Bin Cleans up Water
It began with a hatred of cigarette butts...
Seeing the stained ends squashed on streets and in gutters has bothered Brian Deurloo for pretty much as lon... Read More
I’ve officially become that old person who talks about how different things were when I was a kid. But they were. When I was a kid, we rode in the back of pickups, drank from the water hose, and if we wanted to... Read More
When they first built the trapeze rig in their backyard, Patty and Steven Tobi initially felt intimidated out there by themselves in the shadows of the Bighorns – then they started inviting others to join and t... Read More
Risking everything, braving the unknown and leaving home for a better life is what the West was founded on. And in many ways, still is.
From the homesteaders, who literally loaded their lives into a wagon for... Read More
The Sackett name has deep roots in the Big Horn community. In the late 1880s, John Henry Sackett toured the area during his stint as a hunter and guide for the Buffalo Bill Wild West show. He fell in love with ... Read More