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- Deal requires Wyoming fracking trade-secret justification - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A legal settlement will require petroleum companies to provide justification when they ask Wyoming regulators to withhold from the public details about the chemical products they pump underground. Last year, the Wyoming Supreme Court sided with a landowners group and against Wyoming regulators in a lawsuit that sought public disclosure of the ingredients in those products. A state district court judge approved a settlement Friday that requires companies to provide detailed justification when they claim the ingredients are trade secrets. At issue are chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing, the process of pumping water mixed with sand and chemical products into wells to crack open oil and gas deposits. Tom Kropatsch with the Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission says the settlement will allow the agency to process backlogged trade-secret requests.
- Man pleads no contest to killing uncle with barbecue fork - GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) — A Wyoming man has pleaded no contest to second-degree murder for stabbing his uncle to death with a barbecue fork during a drunken argument in November 2013. Orlando Marcus Gonzales of Gillette entered his plea in District Court on Friday. District Judge Thomas W. Rumpke revoked Gonzales’ $1 million bond and scheduled sentencing for April 27. Campbell County Attorney Ron Wirthwein said a night of drinking on Nov. 9, 2013, led to roughhousing that got out of hand and ended with Gonzales stabbing Theodore Maes in the face and neck with a barbecue fork. The fork nicked Maes’ carotid artery and he bled to death. A second-degree murder charge calls for a minimum prison term of 21 to 26 years, but Rumpke said he could also impose a life sentence.
- Body of Wyoming man recovered from South Dakota lake - LEMMON, S.D. (AP) — Crews have recovered the body of a Wyoming man after an all-terrain vehicle broke through the ice of a lake in northwestern South Dakota. Perkins County Sheriff Kelly Serr says 32-year-old Sam Lipp of Newcastle, Wyoming, was among four people riding an ATV that broke through the ice of Shadehill Lake on Friday afternoon. The two men and two children riding the four-wheeler were all thrown in to the water. One of the men, who is the father of the two children, was able to crawl out of the water up onto the ice with one of his children. The other child was rescued by ice fishermen who saw the accident. Lipp disappeared into the lake. On Saturday, a dive rescue team recovered his body.
- Couple accused of keeping child in a cage plead guilty - LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — An Albany County couple accused of keeping a 7-year-old boy in an outdoor cage have each pleaded guilty to felonious restraint and felony child abuse. 31-year-old Jena Harman — the boy’s mother — and 38-year-old Alexander Smith — Harman’s boyfriend — entered their pleas Friday. Each faces up to 10 years in prison and a $20,000 fine. Harman and Smith were arrested July 24 after sheriff’s deputies responded to a tip that the child was caged outside a home southwest of Laramie. Deputies say the boy told them he had been living in the cage on and off for three weeks, taking meals there and sleeping there overnight even during rainstorms.
- Search and Rescue operation near Dubois - (DUBOIS, Wyo.) Fremont County Search and Rescue members assisted with the Medi-vac of a Riverton man from the Moccasin Basin area Sunday afternoon. The Sheriff’s Office received a spot locater transmission that the victim had struck a tree with his snow machine suffering serious injuries. Volunteer rescue crews reached the patient and stabilized him. He was later flown out to a local hospital by a private air ambulance service.
- Cheyenne neighborhood listed on National Register - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A neighborhood of Cheyenne homes built in the early 1900s is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Dubois Block includes seven homes, six of which were designed and built by renowned Wyoming architect William Dubois. Dubois designed many buildings in Cheyenne and Wyoming during the first half of the 20th century. He also built the state Supreme Court building, the Atlas Theater, new wings to the state Capitol, many schools and the Plains Hotel in downtown Cheyenne. He also built several structures at the University of Wyoming. Students in an American Studies class at the university helped with the National Register application. Bill Dubois, the architect’s grandson, said that he’s thrilled about the historic designation.