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KDLY 97.5 FM Plays the hot music from the 60’s through the 80’s.
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- Traces of benzene found in Jackson drinking water well - JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — Environmental officials have found traces of a volatile organic compound in a well that supplies drinking water to the town of Jackson. A sample from a well in July showed benzene, a component of petroleum, at more than three times the level that triggers monitoring by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The EPA didn’t notify the town of the presence of benzene until Tuesday. The EPA says regular consumption of water with high benzene levels can cause anemia and increase the risk of cancer. Town officials said Thursday that there’s no reason for immediate concern about the water. Jackson utility manager John Ryan says the benzene isn’t at unsafe levels, but simply high enough for the EPA to require closer monitoring.
- Little Big Town, Rhett, others to take Frontier Days stage - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — All but one headliner for Cheyenne Frontier Days has been announced. Frontier Days officials announced the lineup for next summer’s rodeo during the opening night of the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas on Thursday. Two of the headliners, Thomas Rhett and Jason Aldean, were already announced at the end of this year’s CFD. Adding to the lineup next year is Country player Luke Bryan, country group Sawyer Brown, country-rock musician Brantley Gilbert and special guest Tyler Farr and Little Big Town. One headliner has yet to be announced.
- Compressor station explodes near Clark - CLARK, Wyo. (AP) — There are no injuries after a compressor station near the community of Clark in northwest Wyoming exploded. Clark firefighter Dave Hoffert says the facility owned by Windsor Energy exploded Tuesday night. Hoffert said the building housed the natural-gas-fired boiler to heat crude oil exploded. He says the only explanation for the explosion is a natural gas leak ignited due to some sort of electrical malfunction. Although most of the steel siding was blown off and the shed’s roof crumpled, the boiler and equipment in the shed remained intact. Hoffert says damage was relatively minor.
- Fremont County ranks low for debt in Wyoming - (LANDER, Wyo.) SmartAsset, a financial technology company, recently released their second annual study on the counties across America with the lowest per capita debt and Fremont County is one of the best in Wyoming. Counties were analyzed by the amount of debt residents held across three categories: credit cards, auto, and mortgage, compared to local income. Fremont County placed fourth in Wyoming for the lowest per capita debt, behind Park, Natrona and Sweetwater counties.
- Casper woman pleads not guilty to embezzlement charge - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A Casper woman has pleaded not guilty to embezzling more than $52,000 from a nonprofit organization that helps people with addictions. Carrie Good entered her plea Wednesday in Natrona County District Court. Court records say authorities accuse Good of taking funds from the 12-24 Club for personal use while she was employed as an office manager of the organization from December 2013 into July 2016. Police began investigating when club director Dan Cantine noticed irregularities in the bookkeeping. Good told police that she had permission from Cantine to use the cards for some personal purchases, but Cantine said he never allowed her to do so. In 2014, Good completed four months of probation for a previous conviction for embezzling from another organization.
- Man pleads guilty in crash that killed 3 German bikers - CODY, Wyo. (AP) — A man who crashed his pickup into a group of German motorcyclists heading to Yellowstone National Park, killing three, has pleaded guilty to three misdemeanor counts of vehicular homicide. Manuel Defuentes, of Ontario, Oregon, entered his pleas Wednesday for the June 9 crash that killed 53-year-old Tino Cachey, 52-year-old Ute Cachey and 37-year-old Erik Brecht. Four other motorcyclists were injured. The group was headed to Yellowstone from Cody when Defuentes’ truck crossed the center line at a curve. Prosecutor Bryan Skoric says an investigation did not reveal any drug or alcohol use or mechanical issues with the truck, saying “there’s no explanation whatsoever.” Defuentes apologized in court and said he thinks about the victims when he closes his eyes to sleep. Prosecutors are calling for a year served consecutively for each count.