Clark, Wyo., is about 30 miles north of Cody off of state Highway 120. Two Cody teenagers have been arrested in connection with the murder of three Clark residents Saturday morning.
Clark, Wyo., is a community of widely spaced homes across sagebrush range and farm land at the base of the Beartooth Mountains just south of the Montana-Wyoming line.
Authorities have arrested two suspects in a triple homicide at a home in Clark, a tiny town in northwest Wyoming near the Montana border.
CLARK, Wyo. — Three years have passed since Jerry Ruth nearly lost his life in a chance encounter with a grizzly bear while hiking through tall Wyoming sagebrush in a valley near here.
Charcoal found near Park City may date from the time William Clark traveled down the Yellowstone River.
CODY, Wyo. — Park County will receive a $5.4 million grant from the Clean Water State Revolving Fund to help close three aging landfills and protect local groundwater from contamination.
CODY, Wyo. — Two fires burning on the Shoshone National Forest saw little growth over the last few days, and one fire creeping along the Montana border appeared to be winding down.
Wildland firefighters will use a water enhancer called Thermo-Gel to help suppress flames in the northeast area of the Hole in the Wall fire near Clark, Wyo.
CLARK, Wyo. -- While surrounding areas picked up more than a half inch of rain Thursday, little precipitation fell over the Hole in the Wall fire, which continued its slow creep north.
CLARK, Wyo. — The Hole in the Wall fire burned deeper into Montana on Thursday, prompting precautionary evacuations for a smattering of weekend retreats on the outskirts of Red Lodge.
CLARK, Wyo. -- Forest officials fighting a highly visible wildfire here have requested more resources and expect a regional management team to take control of the blaze as soon as tomorrow.
Lightning from a passing storm on Sunday evening started a wildfire about eight miles northwest of Clark, Wyo., in the Shoshone National Forest, fire officials said.
CLARK, Wyo. -- The Morrison Jeep Trail in the Beartooth Mountains is finally set to open for the summer this weekend.
CLARK, Wyo. — Frustrations spilled over at a public hearing here Wednesday night, with residents accusing state and county leaders of abandoning them five years after a natural gas company lost control of its well and left groundwater undrinkable.
Residents of Clark, whose water was contaminated by the blowout of a natural gas well in 2006, listen to the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality and Windsor Energy officials talk about their plan to clean up the spill.
Deb Thomas, a resident of the Line Creek area in Clark, talks on the site of a natural gas well blowout in 2006 that contaminated groundwater in the area.
CLARK, Wyo. — Five years after the blowout of a natural gas well polluted groundwater with toxic drilling chemicals, the state of Wyoming and the well’s owner are preparing an agreement to clean up the spill.
Montana State University Billings history student Ben Nordlund, left, and professor Tom Rust, right, pull a canoe with students Taylor Belenski, Jennifer Hindebrandt, Katalin Walker and Alex Spry across a branch of the Yellowstone River on their way to an island to look for a possible Willia…
Montana State University Billings history students Dylan Moellendorf, left, and Ben Nordlund use a soil-resistance sensor to detect for possible latrines, fire rings or other evidence of William Clark's canoe camp on the Yellowstone River near Park City.