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(March 3, 1942 – Aug. 1, 2015)

Kathleen Marie (Gemmell) Vibe died on Saturday, Aug. 1, 2015, in Billings, after a brief illness.

A Montana teen drowned Saturday evening while floating on the Clark’s Fork of the Yellowstone River in the Crandall area.

A Washington woman hiking in the South Fork area had to be rescued by members of the Park County Search and Rescue Unit late Saturday night/early Sunday morning after she became stuck on a ledge.

An 18-year-old man suspected of killing two people and wounding another on the Crow Indian Reservation in Montana was apprehended between Meeteetse and Burlington on Wednesday, authorities said.

BILLINGS (AP) — A couple and their daughter were gunned down when they stopped to help a man whose vehicle had run out of gas on the Crow Indian Reservation, a relative said.

FBI spokesman Todd Palmer confirms that two people were killed and a third wounded Wednesday morning in Pryor. He said a suspect was later arrested near Meeteetse.

(Aug. 19, 1931 - July 15, 2015)

“Let your heart burn with loving-kindness for all who may cross your path.”

(April 30, 1924 - July 8, 2015)

Elsie Hawley died at Powell Valley Care Center in Powell on Wednesday, July 8, 2015. She was 91.

(July 16, 1935 - July 7, 2015)

Lola Phyllis Asay Cheatham, 79, died July 7, 2015, at the Powell Valley Care Center just six days after her husband, Dwain Smith Cheatham, passed away. A double funeral was held on July 8. 

Four people  two males and two females  died in a Saturday plane crash northwest of the Buffalo Bill Reservoir, the Park County Sheriff's Office announced Monday morning. There were no survivors.

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