At about 200 pounds each, Camel wrestlers Patrick Johnson, from left, Brandon Shelstad, Zach Taylor and Chance Yanzick are the teams higher weight division wrestlers, which often pits them against other wrestlers that outweigh them by up to 85 pounds.
Bicycle portraitist Taliah Lempert in her Brooklyn, N.Y., studio in 2006.
Shelley Poulos, pictured Thursday at Mount Pisgah Cemetery, is one of an increasing number of Wyoming residents planning cremation as an alternative to traditional burial when they die.
Camel varsity basketball players Dawson Miessler, from left, Keaton Wilkerson Trey Hladky Kade Bradley and Daxton Palo often start the game on the sidelines, but their contributions on the court help the team to its current 9-5 record.
Camel golfers Tavi Dowling, from left, Sydny Koehn, Timmy Carsrud, Jo Quinn and Kol Horton spend whatever mornings, noons and nights on the golf course during the summer to compensate for limited practice time during the short fall season.
Shauna Smith opened the 12,500-square-foot MTS Riding Arena in Rozet, Wyo., about 2 years ago, to create a venue rentable venue for others her share her passion for riding.
After two years as Wright’s division chief of operations, William Shank has been chosen as Campbell County’s new fire chief.
Dave Dorson’s shop, Expresso Lube, is known for 10-minute automotive lubrication services and a scratch-made crawfish étouffée he serves weekly in a coffee shop attached to the garage.
Canyon Ridge’s two-time District IV girls singles champion, McKenzie Bagget, is the 2012 Times-News tennis athlete of the year.
Weston Mills, left, and Dawson McCuin grew up roping and this year will compete in the team roping event Sunday during opening day of the National Junior High Finals Rodeo in Des Moines, Iowa.
Carrigan Cantu talks to her grandmother on the phone Saturday outside the Radio Rendevoo Event Center in Twin Falls, Idaho, during her quinceaera, a traditional Mexican celebration of her fifteenth birthday.
Camel swimmers Trevor Morton, from left, Conner Baldacci, Noah Beaver, Gunnar Poley, Austin Bonar, Ty Conklin and Ty Williams represent the depth of the CCHS team’s talent this season.
Alex Sisneros, who put the words crash and burn into last years Razor City Rumble Demolition Derby, will return this year to drive his 1985 Chevrolet Caprice Classic at Morningside Park on Friday.