Medicine Bow music teacher sings, plays, motivates - By Christine Peterson, Star-Tribune, Sunday, May 20, 2012
Medicine Bow Resident Tries to Raise Interest in Old Airport - Zachary Laux, Rawlins Daily Times, May 4, 2012
Wyoming coal-to-gasoline plant gets fuel buyer, Jeremy Fugleberg Star-Tribune energy reporter, Thursday, December 1, 2011
Virginian Hotel in Wyoming celebrates 100th anniversary - By the Star-Tribune staff trib.com, Friday, September 30, 2011
Man's quirky art could be what the small town needs - By Christine Peterson Star-Tribune staff writer, Sunday, July 17, 2011
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Nearby the site, the Como Bluff Fossil Cabin Museum sits alongside of U.S. Highway 30 and is an ideal stop for the traveler who wishes to learn more about the early Como Bluff excavations. The Fossil Cabin Museum is unique in itself, as it is the only building in the world constructed entirely of Dinosaur Bone. (See Fossil Cabin Museum page). Be sure and make this stop a part of your itinerary when traveling southern Wyoming - even if the museum is not open, the cabin is worth stopping to look at.
Como Bluff as seen from a ranch road on the Medicine Bow side of the Bluff, during a recent winter.