New migraine drug offers hope for relief

Physician Bradford Talcott demonstrates an injection site for Botox on Torrie Lewis, an employee at Adult and Adolescent Neurology, on Tuesday. The Botox injections, often used to relax muscles for cosmetic reasons, are one way to help mitigate migraines in chronic sufferers but doctors aren’t entirely sure why the injections work. John Roark/ jroark@postregister.com

Bright lights, shrill sounds, assaulting nausea — all slowly forming a vice-like grip around your head: squeezing, pounding, suffocating.

Wyoming’s GOP governor primary takes shape

Rex Rammell, of Rock Springs, is switching from the Republican Party ticket to the Constitution Party in the race to replace Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead, a Republican. Rammell told reporters he will no longer be competing in a crowded GOP primary. Jacob Byk / Wyoming Tribune Eagle

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — A candidate to be Wyoming’s next governor is switching his party affiliation in a move that could have consequences in November’s general election.

Bonneville senior faces fears to graduate

Senior Edith Morillon poses for a portrait on May 7 at Bonneville High School. Despite a family history of high school dropouts, Morillon said her mom always told her to keep going with school and was her biggest motivator for graduating. John Roark / jroark@postregister.com

Editor’s note: Over the coming weeks the Post Register is profiling graduating high school seniors from Bonneville County.

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