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Father’s gun was used; no charges filed as investigation continues

A 3-year-old Idaho girl was killed in a shooting at a Yellowstone National Park campground last weekend, officials said Sunday.

The all-too-vivid memories of the triple murder in rural Clark earlier this year will remain with many of us for years, perhaps decades.

One question continues to hang in the air: Why?

A 74-year-old rural Powell man is believed to be the first Wyoming resident to die of West Nile virus in 2013.

Raymond “Ray” Teitsch died at St. Vincent Healthcare in Billings, Mont., on Aug. 26.

September 05, 2013 8:32 am

Kick-starting his career

Wyoming musician Luke Bell turns to online service to help fuel his career

Luke Bell decided his music needed a kick start.

So the 23-year-old Wyoming musician is using Kickstarter to help him record his second album.

Nate Cook hopes bowlers return, and he has other plans for business, too

Nate Cook isn’t a regular bowler, but he sees a lot of potential in Classic Lanes, which he plans to reopen in the next few months.

Both boys and girls Squads are deeper and healthier than in recent seasons

After top-10 finishes at the 2012 Wyoming 3A Cross Country Championship Meet, the Powell High School boys’ and girls’ teams are aiming to move up this season.

Thumbs up to heroes Nathan Coil, 26, of Casper, and Joshua Alexander, 27, of Douglas, who rescued a Montana teen who crashed her plane in a wilderness location Aug. 20.

Did mean-spirited, anonymous emails stifle the discussion on a proposed smoking ban in Powell?

Sharon Altermatt, the team leader of Prevention Management of Park County, proposed the ban to the Powell City Council in June. But during a lengthy public discussion on the issue on Aug. 19, Altermatt stood silently in the back of council chambers and did not come to the podium to speak.

Ever been tempted to contact someone you were friends with, somebody you worked with, and did a lot of goofy, young-person stuff with away from the job?

It was a race to the right.

U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi and Liz Cheney, who is running against him for the Republican nomination for Senate in 2014, were the most high-profile speakers during the third annual Big Horn Basin Tea Party picnic, held Saturday near the tiny community of Emblem, population 10.