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- Advisory from wydot on uw game-day road construction - (LARAMIE, Wyo.) Fans traveling to the Cowboys football opener this weekend are advised of possible delays as they approach Laramie. East of town on I-80, the Remount interchange bridge is being worked on, thus reducing westbound traffic for a short stretch to single lane. Speeds are reduced to 65 miles per hour. A mill and overlay is in progress on I-80 between the Otto Road and Round Top interchanges. Expect single lane travel with speeds reduced to 65 mph for 10 miles. Concrete slab repair is underway on I-80 from Round Top to South Greeley Highway in Cheyenne. This affects both lanes where speed is reduced to 65 mph.Crews may be working at spot locations, reducing speeds to 45 MPH for a short distance. Also east of Laramie on the interstate, a mill and overlay is in progress between the Happy Jack and Vedauwoo interchanges. For six miles in that area ...
- Pastor shot, wounded in Wyoming church - CENTENNIAL, Wyo. (AP) — An elder at a Wyoming church where the pastor was shot says the wounded man is expected to be OK. Pastor Dennis Lynn Davis was shot with his own handgun after apparently interrupting a burglary Tuesday night at Centennial Valley Community Church west of Laramie. Elder Randy Svalina said Davis underwent surgery and is recovering while law officers look for suspects. Albany County Undersheriff Rob DeBree said Davis was shot with his own .380-caliber handgun during a struggle with the burglar. Davis said the burglar was about 6 feet tall and wore a black ski mask and camouflaged clothing. The shooting prompted a search around Centennial, a picturesque village at the foot of Wyoming’s Snowy Range.
- Yellowstone National Park employee found dead - YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) — Law enforcement at Yellowstone National Park is investigating the death a woman who worked there. Park officials say 21-year-old Kassandra “Kassie” Wieferich was found dead Tuesday night in the Old Faithful Lodge area. Officials started searching for Wieferich, a park concession employee from Twin Bridges, Montana, on Tuesday after she missed shifts at work and failed to meet a family member on Monday afternoon. The Park Service didn’t announce the discovery of her body until Wednesday to allow notification of her family. National Park Service park rangers and special agents are investigating her death.
- Fall, head trauma killed Russian hiker - MOOSE, Wyo. (AP) — Authorities say a 20-year-old Russian man found dead in Grand Teton National Park died of blunt force trauma from a fall. The Teton County coroner is ruling the death of Aleksandr “Sasha” Sagiev an accident. Sagiev was a seasonal employee. The Jackson Hole News & Guide reports that officials believe he died almost immediately after hitting his head during a fall from the steep traverse. Sagiev was reported missing Aug. 18. His body was found Aug. 22.
- Lander Police looking for pickup - (LANDER, Wyo.) The Lander Police Department is looking for a white pickup truck, probably a 2005-2007 Ford F250, that collided with the rear of the black passenger car causing significant damage. The accident occurred just before 10pm last Tuesday at 5th and Main. The white truck fled the scene eastbound on Main St. Any information about the white truck is being sought. Chief Jim Carey said it’s possible that the truck had a built up bumper or brush guard.
- Primary election results certified - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The State Canvassing Board has certified last week’s primary election results. Secretary of State Max Maxfield says two write-in candidates in state legislative races received enough votes to make the general election ballot if they accept their nomination. The write-in candidates are: Linda Fleming of Baggs, Democratic candidate, Senate District 11, and Harlan Edmonds of Cheyenne, Republican candidate, House District 12. Maxfield says the names of candidates who will appear on the general election ballot will be determined as soon as all write-in candidates have notified his office of their acceptance or refusal of the nomination. According to state statute, Sept. 4 is the last day for the Secretary of State to certify the list of names for the general election ballot to each county clerk.