An Atlanta teen was rescued 400 feet from the summit of Heart Mountain by the Park County, Wyo., Search and Rescue unit Monday after she fell ill and was unable to climb back down.
Student health. The proposed student health center at Orchard Elementary would be a godsend to families in a school where 90 percent of students qualify for free/reduced-price meals. We commend the school district, Billings Clinic and RiverStone Health for collaborating to turn this idea in…
As an adjunct program to the Yellowstone Art Museum’s exhibit, “Abandoned Traces,” the museum will host a lecture at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 12, by Brian Liesinger, executive director of the Heart Mountain Interpretive Center near Powell, Wyo.
POWELL, Wyo. — Tuesday was a big day for Jesus Jonathan Davila.
HEART MOUNTAIN, WYO. — Perhaps the most immediately visible and recognizable landmark in Wyoming’s Bighorn Basin is Heart Mountain, an 8,123-foot butte rising from the valley floor that can be seen for miles in every direction.
Nature Conservancy supporter Anne Young speaks at the opening celebration for the the Trailhead Cabin at The Nature Conservancy Heart Mountain Ranch.
The Trailhead Cabin at The Nature Conservancy Heart Mountain Ranch offers a basecamp with interpretive displays for hikers and others using the land.
At the age of 25, Gloria Kubota arrived at Heart Mountain, Wyo., with her parents, her husband and toddler daughter. Like thousands of other Japanese-Americans, Mrs. Kubota’s family was incarcerated by the U.S. government during World War II.
Wyo.'s Heart Mountain center gets museum award
Visitors check out the Heart Mountain Interpretive Learning Center grand opening Aug. 20, 2011. The Learning Center got $30,976 out of $3 million in grants awarded to 17 former internment and isolation camps by the National Park Service on Thursday.
It is spring cleaning time at Heart Mountain and the Interpretive Learning Center staff invites people to join them for Volunteer Day from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, March 17. Bring your rakes, shovels and rags. Help with the construction of the historic garden, cleaning the flower beds arou…
Even for a small family, moving is a pain.
DOUGLAS, Wyo. — An aerial photograph shows a fading outline of what used to be there, where 180 buildings sat on 687 acres.
The Rev. Alfred Tsuyuki of Konko Church of Los Angeles performs a Shinto blessing to celebrate the opening of the Heart Mountain Interpretive Learning Center grand opening on Aug. 20.
POWELL, Wyo. — The staff of Heart Mountain Interpretive Learning Center is holding a "Scenes of Winter" holiday open house from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Dec. 1. Admission is free.
PULLMAN, Wash. — A Japanese-American boy stands outside the barracks of the internment camp, looking at the distinctive shape of Heart Mountain in the distance.
Through smoke and haze, the sun rises over Heart Mountain and the Bighorn Basin in Wyoming before Wednesday’s stormy weather cleared the air.
Two outings are being offered in Wilderness Study Areas in the Bighorn Basin, the management of which is being addressed in a Bureau of Land Management study.
The Wyoming Wilderness Association is offering two final summer outings to explore BLM Wilderness Study Areas in the Bighorn Basin. These areas are of high interest because the BLM is drafting a new Resource Management Plan for the Bighorn Basin with comments due Sept. 7.
The original barracks at Heart Mountain were slapped together with tar paper and wood lath.