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SHERIDAN —Officials from the Wyoming Peace Officers Standards and Training are preparing to host the state’s first-ever First Responder Health and Wellness Conference, a new opportunity stemming from a need to address high rates of suicide among law enforcement agents and a $25,000 appropriation...
CHEYENNE — As the case of Joseph Underwood winds its way through Park County courts after it was moved there following a dismissal in Laramie County, stakeholders said there are questions about the feasibility of charging someone who has been deemed elsewhere as not restorable.  It’s unclear what...
GILLETTE — A Gillette man will serve up to eight years in prison after being found guilty of six counts of aggravated child abuse. District Judge Stuart S. Healy III sentenced Tyler Martinson, 30, to four to eight years in prison Monday. The sentence comes two months after Martinson was found...
Cowboys achieve the award for the 13th consecutive year   Laramie, Wyo. (July 28, 2022) -- The University of Wyoming Men’s Golf team has built a tradition of exceptional academic achievement and that tradition continued this past academic year as for the 13th consecutive season the Cowboys have...
Holy Impersonation Batman!  A Sheridan citizen reported an email impersonating Home Depot, but if you look closely the email is really from a real newsletter and podcast address at tut.com. The subject line is “Confirmation Needed” and the link transfers you to a French website.  Note that this...
CHEYENNE (WNE) — Gov. Mark Gordon’s office announced Saturday morning that he has appointed Wyoming Secretary of State Ed Buchanan to be a district court judge for the 8th Judicial District, serving Goshen County. That has been his home county.  Buchanan plans to remain in office for now “to...

 People stand near backpacks stuffed with supplies for refugees at the Pronghorn Center in Gillette.  Photo by Ed Glazar, Gillette News Record.

GILLETTE —The Gillette College Pronghorn Center was filled with more than 100 youth and youth leaders who raised awareness and prepped backpacks for refugees on Wednesday evening as part of an “Interfaith Youth, Refugee Service Project.” The project brought youth from three churches together — The...

Black 14 members (from left) Lionel Grimes, Mel Hamilton and John Griffin speak to students and University of Wyoming staff in front of their mural in downtown Laramie this week.  The trio visited UW to help students create an exhibit about the 1969 incident.  Photo courtesy of Phil White.

LARAMIE — More than 50 years after John Griffin, Lionel Grimes and Mel Hamilton took a stand for human rights, they returned to the University of Wyoming to help a new generation do the same. The trio is part of the Black 14, a group of University of Wyoming football players who were suddenly...
CHEYENNE — Spirit Airlines Inc. flew away from a major Denver-based discount air carrier, into the waiting hands of another corporate marriage partner.  This is perhaps the culmination of months of high profile corporate fighting over the fate of the low-cost purveyor of flights. Industry officials...
CHEYENNE — A former Cheyenne day care worker convicted in the death of an 8-month-old girl received probation Monday in Laramie County District Court. Kristina Eileen Croy was sentenced to five years of probation, with a suspended sentence of five to seven years imprisonment, by Laramie County...

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