WYO's Walk of Fame
Wyoming is spectacular, but it is the people who make it great. We wanted to find the people with the biggest impact on the state from each county in Wyoming.
WYO's Most Famous Madam
For over 60 years, Dell Burke was an institution in the town of Lusk, Wyoming.
From 1920 to 1978, Burke owned and operated the most famous brothel in the Cowboy State, The Yellow Hotel.
Burke arrived in the bustling mining boom town in 1919 after authorities in Casper had shut down her business in the…
The Great Race in WYO
If you run across a number of vintage cars rolling near I-80 or along the eastern reaches of the state this week, they are there for a race unlike any other. The Great Race is an antique, vintage, and collector car competitive controlled-speed endurance road rally on public highways...
From Lusk to 'Love Ranch'
George Flint is a second generation ordained Pentecostal minister. He was a preacher's kid, raised in the small eastern Wyoming town of Lusk.
For the past 30 years, Flint has also been the chief lobbyist for the Nevada Brothel Association...