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It’s a nice community stroll designed to shed light on a painful problem.

The second annual Out of the Darkness Suicide Awareness Walk will be held Saturday, Sept. 6, in Cody.

Rain or shine, The Nature Conservancy’s three-day Wild West River Fest in Cody celebrated the Shoshone River’s conservation right on the river.

In the Stinking Water Sprint and Slalom Saturday, 27 kayakers raced the river from the Hayden Arch Bridge to the Belfry Bridge.

Dan Laursen unseated Dave Blevins for the Republican nomination for House District 25 Tuesday night.

Laursen received 1,062 votes, or 54.5 percent, while Blevins received 869 votes, or 44.6 percent. The .9 percent represents write-in votes. Under- and over-votes are not counted.

Some city kids turned over a new leaf in the Big Horn Basin conservation field this summer.

Five interns and two mentors from The Nature Conservancy’s LEAF — Leaders in Environmental Action for the Future — worked at Heart Mountain and two other locations in the Basin last month. The Tribune caught up with the tireless youngsters at the Conservancy’s Heart Mountain Ranch on July 28.

Crow tribe elder Grant Bulltail absorbed energy from Heart Mountain Friday and shared with those listening to him.

Bulltail’s presentation was part of the fourth annual Plains People’s seminar organized by Wyoming Humanities Council, Park County Library Foundation and Park County Library System.

Travis Kovach gives new meaning to crashing the party.

Kovach smashed his way to the top of the heap to win the final match in the demolition derby at the Park County Fair Saturday night.

The Swede Fire on the North Fork of the Shoshone River had grown to 1,500 acres by Sunday.

Lightning ignited the fire that was reported Wednesday by a member of the Shoshone National Forest fire crew, said Kristie Salzmann, Shoshone spokesperson.

A mudslide east of Pahaska Tepee closed the road to Yellowstone National Park’s East Gate for hours Tuesday afternoon and night.

Heavy rain and hail triggered the slide just east of Eagle Creek Campground on U.S. 14-16-20.

Grizzly bears are rebounding, making it crucial that people heed bear aware programs and officials convey that message in a coherent package.

When the grizzly bear population in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem was at its lowest in the 1970s, it was thought the bruins only inhabited Yellowstone National Park, according to Sue Consolo-Murphy.

A “tragic act of nature” took the life of a young Powell girl Saturday afternoon.

Kaylee Spomer, 4, was hiking with members of her family near Five Springs Falls campground when a rock hit her and claimed her life. Five Springs is about 22 miles east of Lovell on U.S. Highway 14-A.