When he killed Juan Antonio Guerra-Torres in Badger Basin in either late 2013 or early 2014, John Marquez was “attempting to protect his family, his loved ones and doing what he felt was necessary,” his defense attorney said at a Tuesday court hearing.
Wyoming law lays out some pretty scary-sounding penalties for political candidates who fail to disclose how their campaign was funded and how they spent their money; there are potential fines, fees and even the possibility of being barred from office for neglecting to turn in their required campaign finance reports.
Wanting to show some solidarity with the rest of the Big Horn Basin — and save some money — the Park County Commission will help renovate a Worland facility that houses and treats people experiencing mental health crises.
Around these parts, it’s not so much Memorial Day that kicks off the summer season as it is the annual opening of Yellowstone National Park’s East Entrance. That big day arrives the first Friday in May.