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CJ Baker

A Clark man who allowed seven of his horses and three of his dogs to die of starvation or other neglect received a year-long jail sentence on Wednesday afternoon.

Discussion about arming school personnel continues

In the wake of this month’s mass shooting in Orlando, Florida, Congressional Democrats and others have been pushing for tighter restrictions on guns. However, local lawmakers say not to expect any similar efforts in the Wyoming Legislature’s next session.

In anxious moments, Gabriel will push up against Vince Vanata’s leg to remind him that he’s there. If Vanata is in the middle of a disturbing dream, the golden retriever will help wake him up.

Park County leaders are cautiously getting closer to asking voters to give them an additional 1 cent of sales tax.

As of last week, Park County’s budget for the upcoming year appeared more than $2.8 million short.

If May was any indication, it could be an extraordinarily busy summer in Yellowstone National Park.

A day after an Oregon man crashed into a group of motorcyclists on the North Fork highway, authorities were still trying to determine what caused his vehicle to cross into the bikers' lane.

The owners of a Clark facility for troubled teenage girls are suing three former patients over disparaging remarks they’ve made about the business.

Local entertainers, helpers being sought

It’s still early June, but preparations for the 2016 Park County Fair already are well underway.

The owner of a Meeteetse ranch is coming to the defense of a Cody man charged with illegal outfitting, saying the man has been wrongly accused.

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