Tanner Clark sits by a heater at home on Tuesday April 12, 2016, during one of his many flare-ups of his rare skin condition that causes his skin to burn for days after coming in contact with water. One side effect is that he always feels cold, even with heaters going and the temperature set to 85 degrees. During flare-ups Tanner has to stay home from school, and any contact with anything causes his skin to burn, so he spends his time in mesh chairs and hammocks with as little surface area as possible.
Wearing a Bernie Sanders pin JJ Onkka, 3, plays on his mothers phone during the Campbell County caucus on Saturday morning. JJ's mother Ashley supported Sanders during the caucus citing "All of his policies," she said, specifically his plans for making college tuition free and healthcare for all. "It's just amazing that someone has made it this far with that platform," she said. Sanders won 12 delegates in Campbell County, while Hillary Clinton was awarded six.
An employee with Salt Lake City based Brimley Neon works to install signage on the Frontier Auto Museum Tuesday, on the corner of West Second Street and Ross Avenue. The museum featuring regional gasoline and automotive industry relics, founded by L&H Industrial Vice President Jeff Wandler, opens to the public Friday at 10 a.m.
16-year-old Austin Borrego runs back across the bridge at Gillette College after finishing the Razor City Runners New Years Eve race, to finish the 5k with his friend Brett Dally.
Joel Lindberg with Wind Creek Services prepares to install a 20 foot tall post on East Third Street in downtown Gillette on Wednesday afternoon. Some community members have objected to the location of the post, part of the city's 3rd Street upgrade project, as it will block part of Harvey Jackson's 1999 mural.
Thayne Arnoldi stands in his bedroom at Second Chance Ministries on Wednesday morning. Arnoldi is the first resident to move into the organization's new 11-bed living space. Deputy Director Jeannie Miller says housing is one of the biggest keys to success for folks returning from incarceration, and "to be able to finally meet (that need) is huge."
Members of the combined sixth grade string orchestra, from 12 local elementary schools, perform Tuesday evening at the Campbell County School District Strings Gala at the Cam-plex Heritage Center. The gala featured students from sixth grade through high school as well as additional accompaniments by teachers and staff.
Kain Sherman, left, and Gavin Sidener fish through a hole in the ice on the Gillette Fishing Lake at Dalbey Memorial Park.
Kristy Oshiro, an 8-year veteran with New York City based Taikoza, performs Monday at Hillcrest Elementary School. The group, specializing in Japanese Taiko drumming is visiting various schools around Campbell County this week before a public performance at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Heritage Center Theater.
Kara Felmlee demonstrates a move to her Ballet Level 1 & 2 class Tuesday evening at Backward and in Heels dance studio. Felmlee has been teaching the class since the program started in August.
Misteen English, right, playing Jane Banks watches Anna Capron, center, and AnneMarie Gutierrez, Miss Andrew and Marry Poppins, during the final rehearsal for Campbell County High School's production of Mary Poppins, which opens Thursday night.
Johnathan Peel, 10, catches air while sledding Saturday at Sage Valley Junior High.
Protest organizer Bret Colvin hangs a Gadsden flag over the railing in front of the courthouse Wednesday afternoon. Colvin organized the rally to voice opposition for, among other things, refugee resettlement in Wyoming.
Campbell County Firefighters work to put out a fire in a garage on Nathan Hale Road. At this time the department has not determined the cause, but the garage and a neighboring RV were both burned.
Lakeview principal Dale Petersen rides Zeke Williams's new bike down the hallway on December 22. The bike was donated to Williams by the YES House who worked with local businesses to give away 74 new bikes to children around Gillette.
Campbell County High School football player Caleb Durgin carries an armful of instant ramen into the Council of Community Services Wednesday afternoon. Durgin is one of 5 CCHS football players helping to collect food for the council.
Trevor Rook performs the guitar part from Ozzy Osbourne's "Bark at the Moon" Saturday night during Gillette's Got Talent at the Cam-plex Heritage Center. Rook tied for fourth place in the judge's choice category along with vocal group Fifteen Minutes of Fame.
Jon Crow makes an approach to the basket under the watchful eye of his 3-month-old German Shepard pup Annie Tuesday afternoon while playing disc golf with friends at Cam-plex Park. The sun is expected to stick around the rest of the week with high temperatures reaching up to 69 on Saturday.
Jim Berman, dressed as Elvis, walks up the stairs at the Heritage Center Theater Saturday evening after playing a song in the Gillette's Got Talent competition.
Patty Case tends to her animals on her farm outside of Rozet Monday afternoon where she raises cows and a variety of miniature animals including horses, donkeys, cows and sheep. Case joined the Take Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS) group in Gillette when she realized she was having difficulty with basic tasks on her farm.
Mario Coppe of O'Neil Company directs the truck carrying the 100-year-old house that sat at 604 S. Gillette Avenue onto the road Thursday morning as the truck makes its way to its new home near the Heppner Ranch north of Rozet. Just before the house was set to be demolished, Mike Cote contacted owner Christie Williams and offered to move it to his ranch, where he will restore it to its original condition.
Kiara, a 4-year-old Miniature American Shepherd, exercises on a treadmill on February 4 in the basement of owner Jerisha Ganske's home on Highway 50. Ganske and Kiara are preparing to go to New York City this week to compete in the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.