WyoFile’s 2017 Year in Pictures

WyoFile’s 2017 Year in Pictures

If a picture is worth 1000 words, WyoFile has written quite a manuscript about 2017!

Whatever your thoughts on the last year, these images are sure to bring a smile to your face, and leave you with some warm fuzzy feelings about this wild and wonderful land!

WyoFile’s year in pictures 2017

From buffalo in the northwest, to legislation in the southeast, cowboys in the plains, and ranchers on the reservation, WyoFile has covered it all.  Although a relatively young publication, this news outlet is making waves by bringing stories to light from all across the state, highlighting issues at the local and state levels, and reporting on everything from education to recreation, conservation to relaxation.

Checkout the “Year in Pictures” for an aesthetic look at what went down in 2017, and also to get a sense of WyoFile’s angle.  No news is purely unbiased.  Even the decision to begin following a story is already a choice a reporter is making!  That being said, WyoFile’s editor Matthew Copeland seems to be a straight-shooter, sharing multiple perspectives on any issue, and leaving the more subjective opinions to you, the reader.

And remember, anyone can be an investigative journalist.  If you don’t feel like an issue that you care about is being adequately covered, write something up, take photos, or reach out to one of these publications like County 10, WyoFile, or High Country News.  These days, there are so many free tools out there that anyone can publish their research or opinions.  Social media outlets like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram are incredibly easy to use, and now there are web-building resources like Wix, WordPress, and Squarespace that help you create your own personal website with minimal technical experience or training!

As always, if you have any thoughts on anything you have seen or read here, please leave a comment, or contact us in some other way!  We would love to hear from you!!

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