Assistant managing editor for photo & digital at @CSTribune. Fan of photojournalism and the state of Wyoming.

Alan Rogers's Biography

Alan Rogers is a photojournalist and Visual Editor for the Casper Star-Tribune, the statewide newspaper of Wyoming. He holds a master's degree in Professional Media and Media Management from Southern Illinois University and has previously worked as a staff photographer for newspapers in Illinois and North Carolina.

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Western Exposure: Finding Inspiration — Hitting the road this week ahead of whiteout conditions in the forecast I knew that, as happens every winter, there was a good chance I might not make it back to Casper as planned. Fortunately, this time I at least remembered to throw my overnight bag in the car.

Cody vs. Jackson Football

Western Exposure: The New — The New Year's holiday is supposed to be a start fresh, a time to look ahead in eager anticipation of the year to come. Of course it's also a time for reflection. Thinking back on the good times and accomplishments - or lack thereof - of the last 12 months can be satisfying, or at least healthy motivation to make things right in the coming year.

The best photos of 2015 from the Casper Star-Tribune staff — Time flies, as they say. As quickly as the year passes, it's difficult to solidify all of its events in memory. Details fade, and the routine, quiet moments that make up much of life can be forgotten altogether. The same goes for photographs.

Second fatal injury of season reported at Jackson Hole Mountain Resport — A skier died Tuesday at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in the second fatal accident of the season, resort officials said. The ski patrol found a woman unresponsive just after 11 a.m. in a group of trees along the Sundance Run, according to a news release.
Dec 22, 2015

Skier dies at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in second fatal accident of 2015-16 season. #Wyoming

The call of winter: Reflections on Wyoming's season of stillness — Winter always seems to catch us by surprise, even when we know it's coming. Anyone who has lived in Wyoming for all its seasons expects snow in October, colder temperatures in November and everything else in December. But that first biting wind, slippery road or ice-covered windshield in the morning can still feel foreign.
Dec 19, 2015

The call of winter: Reflections on Wyoming's season of stillness.… #westernexposure

Video: Security cameras capture mountain lion outside Wyoming home — Kevin Graham shared this video with the Star-Tribune of a mountain lion outside his Mountain View home. The animal appeared in the early morning hours Tuesday and was captured from several angles by security cameras on the property. Graham said he has lived in Mountain View for most of his life and never seen a lion in town until now.
Dec 16, 2015

Security cameras capture mountain lion outside Wyoming home. Click here meow:

Dec 16, 2015

RT @alanmrogers: Security cameras capture mountain lion outside Wyoming home. Click here meow:

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Western Exposure: Refreshed — I photograph Casper Mountain all the time. This is completely unnecessary. I've already captured satisfactory versions of the same scene in all seasons, all times of day and all types of weather. My social media followers are inundated with updates of every snowfall or dramatic cloud that comes through.

Yellowstone wolf numbers at five-year high — Wolf numbers in Yellowstone National Park were at a five-year high, according to the park's annual wolf and bird reports. There were at least 104 wolves living primarily in the park as of December 2014, according to the report released Wednesday. The total population has fluctuated between 83 and 104 wolves since 2009.
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Feb 09, 2016

National parks face $12 billion in deferred maintenance.

Feb 09, 2016

RT @HunterMw: Rep. Byrd's marijuana decriminalization bill (HB3) fails to get 2/3 vote. He compared the bill to being an old friend. #wyleg #wypol

Feb 09, 2016

Wyoming energy industry reps satisfied with new restrictions on methane emissions from oil wells.

Feb 09, 2016

Gov. Mead continues to push Medicaid expansion to bandage budget, provide healthcare to 20K people.… #wyleg #Wyoming

Feb 08, 2016

Bill repealing Wyoming gun-free zones resurfaces, but omits schools. #wyleg

Feb 08, 2016

RT @CSTribune: A musical celebration to welcome the Year of the Monkey. Paradise Valley Elementary,…

Feb 08, 2016

Leaks discovered this week so far: three. Bathtub, bathroom sink valve, foundation. #homeownership #monday

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