Jessie Geer is returning for her final season at Campbell County High School before departing in the fall for Utah State University. Geer has been supplementing her basketball workouts with a CrossFit training program, "Pretty much Crossfit and basketball are my life. That's all I do," says Geer.
Karin Ebertz was awarded the Ten Who Made a Difference award from the Gillette News Record in 2016 for her work in starting and growing the local chapter of Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) in Gillette, Wyoming.
Nathan Urie, a saddle bronc rider from Ferron, Utah, qualified for his first NHSFR this year as a high school senior.
Ear Candy record store owner John Flemming, Missoula Montana.
Mechanic Pat Brodock of Ft. Benton Montana.
Donna Hottell is a aide on one of the special needs school buses in Gillette. Aside from assisting the students while on the bus, she also looks out for them in other ways, often babysitting or taking children shopping when needed. Hottell was selected as one of 10 people who made a difference in Gillette in 2015.
Maurice Morales. Dallas, Texas.
Cecile Richards of Planned Parenthood. For the Willamette Week.
Girls soccer players Hailey Jensen, from left, Sonya Crone, Kenisha Melanson, Ashley Wilcox and Emma Jurewicz, all seniors, prepare for their final season as Camels Tuesday at CCHS South Campus.
Tony Caprai. Boise, Idaho.
Mark Edwards poses for a portrait in his office at Security State Bank in Gillette on Tuesday. Edwards, a lifelong Chicago Cubs fan will be in the stands at Wrigley Field on Friday to watch game three of the World Series against Cleveland. Edwards will stick around Chicago to watch game four with his grandfather John Orchard, another lifelong Cubs fan who first introduced Edwards to Cubs baseball.
Hannah Spry. Seattle, Washington.
Montana multi-event track star Lindsey Hall. For the Montana Kaimin.
Shawn Sweeney. Gillette, Wyoming.
Colleen Brooks. Sweet Home, Oregon.
Seamus Casey. Gillette, Wyoming.
Head cook Ramon Shiloh at the Waterwheel Lounge, Seattle Washington.
Cassidy Kruse and her horse JJ in her barn East of Gillette.
Campbell County High School senior Dalton Holst returns for his final season with the Camels. After missing the tying shot in the state championship game last year, and falling short in the state football championship this year, Holst is determined to bring a title to Gillette.
MMA fighter Jason Zentgraf, Missoula Montana. For the Montana Kaimin.
Ali Smith dressed as Rey at the premiere of The Force Awakens in Gillette, Wyoming.
Ty Williams sits on the diving board the the Campbell County Aquatic Center Monday afternoon. At the four 11-dive meets this season Williams has outscored his closest competition by an average of 65.4 points and is the favorite to win the state diving title this Saturday.
The Gillette Camels track team including, from left, Dillon Buckmeier, Ruth Sifuma, Logan Myers, Ashlyn Erisman and Colter Fuller, are comfortable going into the state indoor meet this weekend, held on their home track at the Recreation Center Field House.
Sophomores Nakedra Burke, left, and Beth Sutter are the lone returning players on the Gillette College women’s basketball team.