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- EASTERN SHOSHONE WOMAN CHARGED WITH FIRST DEGREE MURDER - According to The Riverton Ranger, Federal Prosecutors charged an Eastern Shoshone woman with first-degree murder on Tuesday in the death of a newborn boy three weeks ago. An affidavit in the case stated the defendant, Ardis Sierra Enos, 20, suffocated the child soon after giving birth March 26th at her family home on Plunkett Rood on the Wind River Indian Reservation. If convicted, Enos faces up to life in prison, a $250,000 fine and five years of supervised release. The defendant has a detention hearing scheduled for Friday in Lander in front of U.S. Magistrate Judge Teresa Mckee where sher will decide whether to keep Enos in jail until the trial and whether to set a bond.
- LEBRUN SEEKS DISTRICT ATTORNEY SEAT: - Former Fremont Deputy Attorney Patrick LeBrun announced Saturday he is running on the Republican Ticket to be the top prosecutor. Fremont County Attorney Michael Bennett announced in February that he would run for another term, after his assignment to County Attorney after the resignation of Mr. Varn back in January of 2013. Before moving to Riverton, LeBrun had worked for seven years for a private law firm in Casper after graduating from the University of Wyoming College of Law in 2002. LeBrun started as a deputy county attorney in Fremont County in 2009 and resigned effective April 4th.
- EGG HUNT IS SATURDAY AT CITY PARK: - The Lander Parks and Recreation Department egg hunt is scheduled for this Saturday, April 19th, and will begin promptly at 9:30 a.m. The hunt will take place at City Park on Fremont Street, with 3 areas designated for separate age groups. The age groups are: 2 to 5, 6 to 8 and 9 to 12. All participants are asked to bring their own basket or container to collect the eggs. A number of prizes are to be awarded to those with numbered eggs, and some of the of the eggs will contain a prize inside them. The “Grand Prize” in each age group is a new bike.
- FIREWORKS OK’D FOR NEW YEARS: - On April 8th the Lander City Council unanimously approved Ordinance 1187 which allows fireworks to be discharged on New Years Eve in the City of Lander. The ordinance amends city code 7-8-3, which disallows fireworks except on July 4th and, now, from 4:30 pm Dec. 31st to 12:30 am Jan. 1st. As with the 4th of July, Fireworks use is not allowed on Main Street, all city parks and the area east of the detention center from Amoretti Street to Poor Farm Road. The ordinance passed on its third and final reading and is now into law.
- Riverton farmers market brings complaints - RIVERTON, Wyo. (AP) — Businesses and customers are complaining about options being discussed for a new farmers market location in Riverton. The Riverton Ranger reports the Riverton City Council met with downtown business owners and street vendors to discuss alternatives. Furniture store owner Larry Kusel says lost sales and canceled freight deliveries resulted from the current location on North Broadway for the past two summer seasons. He suggested another location at City Park. Market organizer Sherry Shelley says people in wheelchairs or with walkers could have a hard time maneuvering at City Park.
- No sporting event fees at Lander Schools - (LANDER, Wyo.) The Fremont County District #1 Board of Trustees met this week and decided to stop charging to attend school sporting events beginning with the 2014-15 school year. The school district will lose around $13,500 in revenue each year; however, the Trustees believe that not charging admission will be a nice gesture to the community and perhaps will result in more people attending events. Trustees also this week approved an E-cigerette ban on school property. E-cigarettes are considered tobacco products under state statute; thus, in order to meet the federal tobacco-free schools requirements, use of e-cigarettes cannot be allowed on school property by either adults or students.