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EAGLESKOVE 1330 AM and 107.7 FM, featuring only the BEST in country music — and has for over 60 years

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KDLY 97.5 FM Plays the hot music from the 60’s through the 80’s.

 

 

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  • Dubois Woman murdered, Man Charged in Death - The Fremont County Sheriff’s Office has arrested 53 year old Lance Clark of Dubois in connection with the death of a 49 year old female who was found at her residence Sunday evening on Watson Street in Dubois. Clark was arrested without incident around noon today pursuant to an Arrest Warrant that was issued Thursday afternoon. Clark is alleged to have caused the death of the victim and is charged with one count of Second Degree Murder. Clark voluntarily turned himself into the Washakie County Sheriff in Worland, Wyoming. The arrest comes after nearly six days of an intense investigation surrounding the victim’s death. “The investigation has been centered around Clark as he denied being at the residence when the victim died, however investigators uncovered evidenced that strongly suggests Clark was at the home during the victim’s death” said Undersheriff Lee. Investigators determined that the victim died as a result of a single ...
  • Gas company fines have gone unpaid because of unsent bill - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A company that operates a natural gas plant in southwest Wyoming never paid thousands of dollars in fines for a 2014 because state regulators dialed to send a bill. The state Department of Workforce Services is investigating why the bill was never sent to Williams Field Services Company after the fines were agreed upon. The fines were imposed for safety violations after a 2914 fire at the Opal plant. An ensuring investigation led to 14 penalties totaling $46,000 against Williams. Williams spokeswoman Sara Delgado says the company is aware of the oversight about the bill. She says the penalties have not been finalized but the company is committed to working with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to resolve the issue.
  • Early, absentee voting begins throughout Wyoming - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Early voting for the Nov. 8 general election in Wyoming has begun. Residents can cast their ballots at county clerks’ offices throughout the state or request that a ballot be mailed to their home. Natrona County Elections Deputy Clerk Chris Lindsey says her office sent out about 3,200 absentee ballots Thursday, the most ever mailed on the first day of early voting. She says an increasing number of people are choosing to vote absentee because it’s convenient. Residents can cast their votes for the president, the state’s sole member of the U.S. House, judges, and members of the Wyoming Legislature and local government.
  • Highway Patrol official under investigation for Bison photo - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A high-ranking official with the Wyoming Highway Patrol is under investigation for posing for a photo near a bison at Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone National Park officials are investigating Highway Patrol Major Keith Groeneweg after he posted a photo on Facebook that looks like he is violating park rules that people must stay at least 25 yards from wildlife. In the photo Groeneweg can be seen near a bison. The caption of the photo says he is trying to “hug a buffalo.” Groeneweg says he was observing the rule and that the photo appears closer than he actually was. Wyoming Highway Patrol Col. Kebin Haller says Groeneweg has been forthcoming about the Yellowstone investigation and that he is cooperating with the park.
  • DUI enforcement to increase during ‘Border War’ game - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Law enforcement agencies in Wyoming and Colorado will be teaming up for DUI and seat belt enforcement during Saturday night’s “Border War” football game between the University of Wyoming and Colorado State University. The rivalry brings a lot of traffic to U.S. Highway 287 between Laramie and Fort Collins, Colorado, and on Interstate 25 between Cheyenne and Fort Collins, where the game is being held. Robert Terry, assistant chief of the Laramie Police Department, says “It’s a late night game but expect to see officers, deputies and troopers out in force all day and all night.”
  • Company: Crows knocked out power to 100,000 in 3 states - IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (AP) — A utility company says two crows triggered a power outage in mid-July that knocked out service to about 100,000 customers in three Western states. Rocky Mountain Power spokesman David Eskelsen said an investigation shows the crows touched a capacitor bank — a device that controls voltage — at a substation in southwest Idaho. Eskelsen says the capacitor bank caught fire, and a separate device that should have rerouted electricity malfunctioned, sending the entire substation offline. Customers in eastern Idaho, western Wyoming and southern Montana lost power for about three hours. Rocky Mountain Power says upgrades have been made to the damaged substation. The company says the crows were vaporized in the incident.

 

 

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