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September 17, 2013 7:55 am

Oil firm sues for ranch access

A Texas-based oil and gas company is asking a judge to let it build a road, gas pipeline and power lines across a historic Meeteetse ranch.

Mitchell ties for sixth

Thrown into the mix with many larger schools, Powell High School’s boys golf team finished ninth in Sheridan over the weekend.

The commissioners on Tuesday chose to move forward with a rough plan for a 13,000-square-foot, $2.6 million facility. The new exhibit space would replace an aging complex of exhibit halls at the fairgrounds — one of which that has already been demolished due to structural problems.

Janos and Hildegard Volgyesi and their young daughter Ildiko came to the United States from Germany decades ago for the same reason as many immigrants.

September 05, 2013 8:56 am

Life without parole

Teen killers accept deal to conclude murder case

It was the night of March 2 when Thomas Volgyesi got the phone call that would overturn his life: his sister Ildiko Freitas, mother Hildegard Volgyesi and father Janos Volgyesi had been shot dead in Clark.

“How does one even begin to process the news that your loved ones are gone due to murder?” Thomas Volgyesi, of California, asked in Park County’s District Courtroom on Tuesday.

“How could I even begin to take the loss of a love one and multiply that by three?" he said. My whole family — the only family I’ve ever known — just gone.”

September 05, 2013 8:38 am

Life without parole

Teen killers accept deal to conclude murder case

It was the night of March 2 when Thomas Volgyesi got the phone call that would overturn his life: his sister Ildiko Freitas, mother Hildegard Volgyesi and father Janos Volgyesi had been shot dead in Clark.

“How does one even begin to process the news that your loved ones are gone due to murder?” Thomas Volgyesi, of California, asked in Park County’s District Courtroom on Tuesday.

“How could I even begin to take the loss of a love one and multiply that by three?" he said. My whole family — the only family I’ve ever known — just gone.”

Two 19-year-old Cody men have been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for murdering three Clark residents in March.

August 29, 2013 7:32 am

Deal reached in Clark murders

Plea agreements mean death penalty will not be sought

Six months after the murder of three Clark residents, the two 19-year-old Cody men charged with the crimes are poised to accept plea agreements.

The two young Cody men charged with murdering three Clark residents back in March are set to be sentenced next week.

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