Supervisor Julia Hernandez gets a ride Thursday on the back of Kerri Bohn’s electric travel chair at Sol Domus Day Rehab.
Pastor Rick Newton shoulders a cross along West Second Avenue during a walk through Gillette, Wyo., on his way to Alaska. Newton first shouldered the cross in New Orleans, La., during Mardi Gras in 1975. He has since carried it and his message of hope through ought the United States, into Canada, Central America, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia and the South Pacific with the support of his wife, Doreen.
Miya Conneley mixes paint on her arm Thursday while working on a mural inside classroom at Sage Valley Junior High School. The ninth-grader recently won a Veterans of Foreign Wars Young American Creative Patriotic Art Contest which includes a $10,000 scholarship.
BASE jumper Miles Daisher does a gainer over the Snake River during the 2013 Perrine Bridge Festival in Twin Falls. Idaho.
Gary Pettigrew, left, and Dean Marrington, with the American Legion Post 42 Drill Team, stand at attention Monday for a presentation of colors during a program to honor veterans at Rozet Elementary School.
A U.S. flag flies Monday on a windy hill along Highway 50 south of Gillette as dense clouds move along the horizon. Snow is predicted to mix with rain this afternoon, as temperatures rise into the low 40s, said meteorologist Scott Rudge, with the National Weather Service office in Rapid City, South Dakota. Winds will continue to blow at 15 to 25 mph throughout the day with gusts up to 35 mph. Clouds will decrease by midnight, with overnight temperatures falling into the mid 30s.
Storm clouds move southeast across Gillette on Wednesday bringing frequent lightning, heavy rains and hail in some areas. The dense cloud pictured is not a funnel cloud, but a shelf cloud caused by a strong downdraft inside the storm, said meteorologist Aaron Ward, with the National Weather Service, in Rapid City, S.D.
Jody Black, a Campbell County High student, welds a panel on a smoker Friday during a Skills USA fabrication competition at the Gillette College Technology Education Center.
An inmate works inside the laundry at the Campbell County Jail on July 25, 2015.
An Idaho State Police trooper examines the wreckage after a fatal single vehicle crash at the intersection of North Rail Street East and Idaho State Highway 75 in Shoshone.
A familiar scene is reflected in abicycle mirror outside the Classic Riders clubhouse in Brooklyn, N.Y.
John Kniesly takes a corner during a race around McCarren Park in Brooklyn, N.Y. on Monday, July 12.
Hundreds of people gather Saturday for the annual Fourth of July fireworks display at Morningside Park.
Runners get doused with paint Wednesday along Sincalir Street during the annual Pronghorn Painted 5K walk and run. This years event featured a paint throws every mile and was followed by a free barbecue and meet and greet with Gillette College faculty and athletes attending school this year.
Some of the talent that will appear in the upcoming Board of Cooperative Educational Services talent show rehearse Tuesday at Parish Hall.
A flock of Canada geese take flight from a hill Wednesday at the Field of Dreams as the sun sets.
Smoke from wildfires burning throughout the west shrouds the sun Friday morning in this view from Lasting Legacy Park in Gillette, Wyo.
Charcoal, a black Labrador Retriever owned by the Mintz family, caused a gas leak inside the family’s home Wednesday when he tried retrieve a slice of pizza from the stove top.
Resident Ray Ghering works out Friday with a 5-pound dumbbell in a therapy room at Pioneer Manor.
Warren Burke, with the Los Angeles, California based non-profit group Story Pirates, puts on a costume backstage Thursday during a performance at the Cam-plex Heritage Center.
A rainbow trout wriggles out of Steve Diekema’s net into the lake.
Kailyn June Stanley, 8, harnesses blustery winds Saturday flying a kite in her yard off South 4-J Road near the AVA Community Arts Center.
Ryan Morgan, with Wyoming State Helitack, watches a Type 3 helicopter lift off Thursday during a refresher training for pilots and ground crews at Campbell County Fire Station #7.