Digital Editor for @CSTribune. Fan of photojournalism and the state of Wyoming.

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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Petroleum Association of Wyoming backs Cheney — The state's largest and oldest petroleum industry trade association is endorsing Republican Liz Cheney for the state's only U.S. House seat. Leaders of the Casper-based Petroleum Association of Wyoming feel the oil and natural gas industry continues to be threatened by regulations from federal agencies, Randy Harris, the association's chairman, said in a statement.

Uneventful live stream of downtown Jackson takes over the internet — Why have more than half a million people tuned in to watch a live stream of Jackson's town square? No one seems to know, but they can't look away. On Tuesday morning, well over 2,000 people were watching the live stream at any given time.

Wyoming's top court weighs judge's same-sex marriage case - : AP — CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Removing a Wyoming judge from the bench because she won't perform same-sex weddings would violate her constitutional rights, her lawyer told the state's top court Wednesday.

Wyoming Supreme Court hears arguments on same-sex marriage - News-wire — Posted: Wednesday, August 17, 2016 6:31 pm | Thanks for reading This is your last free article on this 30-day period. If you are a current 2-day or more subscriber to the Free Lance-Star newspaper you are granted an all-access pass to the website and digital newspaper replica.

Star-Tribune celebrates 125 years in Casper — The Star-Tribune recently marked its 125th anniversary. While the mission of delivering the news to the people of Casper and Wyoming remains the same, times have certainly changed. Crowds no longer gather outside the building as baseball scores arrive by telegraph. Computers and smartphones have replaced typewriters.

Mountain lion reported in Casper for third time in recent weeks — Casper residents reported another mountain lion sighting Friday on the city's west end. The cat was spotted about 7:30 a.m. near Casper Mountain Motorsports on CY Avenue, according to Wyoming Game and Fish Department public information officer Janet Milek.

Video: Replay of the U.S. House debates at Casper College — Candidates for Wyoming's seat in the U.S. House of Representatives debated Tuesday in Casper, during a event sponsored by the Star-Tribune, Wyoming PBS and Casper College. Here is the complete video of the three-part debate. Please note, because the event was broadcast live the clips begin with a black screen.

Calm winds help crews save rural Wyoming homes from wildfire — Calmer winds helped firefighters stop a wildfire from destroying seasonal homes Wednesday in a rural area of western Wyoming. The Lava Mountain Fire in the Shoshone National Forest has burned 18 square miles and is threatening about 290 homes and guest ranches. About 900 people have been evacuated from the area, but no buildings have lost.

Man gets jail time for vandalizing Yellowstone historic landmark — A Texas man will serve three days in jail and pay fines for carving his initials into the historic Roosevelt Arch in Yellowstone National Park. Dakota D. Tipton, 26, of Joshua, Texas, was sentenced Tuesday by U.S. Magistrate Judge Mark Carman, according to a press release.

UPDATE: Mountain lion spotted on Casper golf course may still be in the area — A mountain lion spotted Friday on a west Casper golf course may still be in the area. The lion first was spotted at the Paradise Valley Country Club between 3:30 and 4 p.m. Friday, according to Wyoming Game and Fish Department public information officer Janet Milek.
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Oct 25, 2016

Wyoming unemployment rate falls, but many out-of-work residents likely leaving state or taking lower-paying jobs. 

Oct 24, 2016

.@CSTribune recognized by Wyoming Council for Women’s Issues for supporting working parents, which I now am. 

Oct 24, 2016

Would-be developer of nonexistent Wyoming power plant pleads guilty to fraud. 

Oct 21, 2016

Report says state management of federal lands is unlikely to save money or simplify regulations.  #wyoming

Oct 21, 2016

@dankunsman C for Cole Cercy, 85 for Mr. Cercy's year of birth.

Oct 21, 2016

Back at the office today after 5 weeks at home. Leaving this guy was worse than every Monday,… 

Oct 17, 2016

When a letter that someone obviously tried to burn blows into your yard, of course you must read… 

Oct 12, 2016

Silas rocking to his autographed naturalchild LP from Uncle Greenman. Thanks dudes! Oct. 12,… 

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