In October I made a big move from Seattle out to Gillette, Wyoming, to start working as a photographer at the Gillette News Record.
Here are some of my favorite photos from my first two weeks here.
Students Mikayla Murphy, center, and Brad Halloran, right, practice Monday during a rehearsal with Caleb Ketcham from visiting band Masterworks 6.
Richard Larson works Monday evening to set up his Halloween decorations. Larson says that since Halloween is the only holiday he likes to celebrate he might as well go all out.
Second Chance Ministries Directory Tammy Akovenko stands in the entryway of the old YES House on Longmont St. Second Chance Ministries is hoping to move into the property before the end of the year.
Gillette College Cross Country runner Fabian Munoz watches the TV for instructions Tuesday afternoon during a team yoga session. Coach Chris Kozlowski has begun implementing swimming and yoga into the team's workout routine.
Jessica Diaz helps move boxes of backpacks at the Campbell County Library Wednesday afternoon. Diaz is on the local committee for Lights on Afterschool, an organization providing children and families with information about local after school programs. The Committee is made up of volunteers from 4-H, Girls Scouts of Montana and Wyoming, Campbell County Library, Cam-plex, YES House and the Campbell County School District.
City Forester Adan Aguilar transplants a tree along Enzi Dr. Wednesday afternoon. The city moved five trees along Enzi to prepare for building a new road, Wenger Drive.
The Gillette Wild take the ice on Thursday October 22, against the Great Falls Americans at the Spirit Hall Ice Arena at Cam-plex.
The Gillette Wild watch as the Great Falls Americans leave the ice after the Wild lost 4-1 Thursday night at the Spirit Hall Ice Arena at Cam-plex.
Maryann Hannigan, left, and Tonya Stroup paint a blue stripe Wednesday afternoon, on the curb of a neighbor's house on Alberta Drive. The blue stripes are part of a fundraiser for Shop with a Cop, and are meant to show support for local police officers.
Sophomores Nakedra Burke, left, and Beth Sutter are the lone returning players on the Gillette College women’s basketball team.
William Matthiessen, 12, helps unload food for Blessings in a Backpack. Matthiessen and his sixth grade class at Meadowlark Elementary School unloaded and organized food to be packed into backpacks and distributed at the warehouse on West First Street.
Nicole Lohn of Jackson dives in the Class 3A girls state swim and dive championship preliminary round Thursday at the Campbell County School District Aquatic Center. Lohn was one of 4 Jackson divers to place in the top 6 in the semi-finals.
Campbell County High School swimmer McKenna Hauber swims in the second heat of the Girls 200 Yard Freestyle Friday. The state girls swim and dive championships are being held at the Aquatic Center.
Junior high basketball players watch their teammates practice at the Campbell County Recreation Center Thursday evening.