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Over a dozen years of education will culminate this weekend for local graduates.

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.

Once again, Northwest College is bracing for a budget cut for the coming school year.

This time, the revenue shortfall for fiscal year 2018 (school year 2017-18) is estimated at $300,000-$350,000.

When Chelsea Hensley appeared in Park County’s Circuit Court in late February, she received the kind of greeting an old friend might expect.

By the time Yellowstone National Park Superintendent Dan Wenk got to the podium on Monday, he had already had an earful about possible road closures affecting the East Gate.

The northbound lane of Chief Joseph Scenic Highway (Wyo. Highway 296) continues to slide downhill.

“It was about 6 inches [down] last night, then it dropped several feet overnight,” Cody Beers, a regional spokesman for the Wyoming Department of Transportation, said late Thursday afternoon.

Preliminary results from a necropsy show that a well-known white wolf was shot in the area of Gardiner, Montana, last month, Yellowstone National Park officials said late Thursday.

Frog pond croaks

City plans to replace dilapidated pond with frog-themed splash pad in coming years

A popular summertime destination for families in the region won’t be accessible this year, as the City of Powell plans to close the frog pond at Homesteader Park over maintenance and safety concerns.

More delays pile up for farmers

Farmers like warm, predictable spring weather and getting out into their fields early to plant their crops.

This spring, they’ve had neither.

If John Gallagher can’t inspire you to go play in the dirt, there might be something wrong with you.

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