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EAGLEKDLY/KOVE – Fremont Broadcasting

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  • Woman in Shoshoni defends herself against home intruder - (SHOSHONI, Wyo.) A woman who lives in Shoshoni was at home in her basement when she heard footsteps upstairs yesterday morning, prompting her to call the sheriff. Undersheriff Ryan Lee said the woman observed a truck in her driveway, however no one was around the vehicle. She searched her home locating an open medicine cabinet in the bathroom. She entered the bathroom and found a man hiding in the dark. Lee said she chased the man out of her home, taking after him with a garden implement. The man attempted to explain that everything was a simple “misunderstanding.” He identified himself as 29 year old Trevor Hyatt of Ethete. He asked that she not call the Sheriff. Hyatt was located in Riverton and taken into custody for Burglary without incident. He was additionally charged with possession of a Controlled Substance, after four (4) Hydrocodone tablets were found on his person. The tablets were ...
  • Health facilities panel releases recommendations - LANDER, Wyo. (AP) — A task force has recommended that the state-run Wyoming Retirement Center in Basin be privatized or closed. In addition, it also recommends better defining the roles of the Wyoming Life Resource Center in Lander and the Wyoming State Hospital in Evanston. The Wyoming Task Force on Department of Health Facilities released its final recommendations on Wednesday for the future of the state’s five state-run safety net medical facilities. The state operates five health care facilities: Wyoming Life Resource Center in Lander, Wyoming State Hospital in Evanston, Wyoming Retirement Center in Basin, Wyoming Pioneer Home in Thermopolis, and the Veterans’ Home of Wyoming in Buffalo. Members of the task force presented four options but chose one as its preferred option. The panel’s report now goes to the Legislature.
  • Remains in SD are of Wyoming man missing 14 years - RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) — The discovery of human remains in western South Dakota’s Lawrence County has solved a 14-year-old mystery. Authorities say the remains are those of David F. Johnson, a retired dentist from Buffalo, Wyoming, who was reported missing on June 5, 2000. Foul play is not suspected in Johnson’s death. He was 70 years old and suffering from Alzheimer’s disease at the time. His disappearance prompted a search in Wyoming, South Dakota and Minnesota. The remains were found Oct. 16 by two people who were working on trees in the area. Authorities used dental records to identify the remains.
  • Ex-principal pleads not guilty to forgery, theft - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A former church school principal has pleaded not guilty to forgery and theft charges. Tyneka Fantroy-McCall faces one count of felony forgery and one count of misdemeanor theft. She pleaded not guilty on Thursday in Laramie County District Court. Pastor John Christensen of Trinity Lutheran Church and School says he found a fake receipt for more than $900 worth of textbooks and reported it to police. The forgery count carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine. For misdemeanor theft, Fantroy-McCall could be sentenced to up to six months in jail and a $750 fine. Fantroy-McCall served as principal of Trinity Lutheran School from 2010 until 2013.
  • Wyoming jobless rate up slightly in September - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming’s unemployment rate increased slightly to 4.7 percent in September. The rate was 4.6 percent in August. The state Department of Workforce Services says the Wyoming rate remains lower than the national rate of 5.9 percent. In September, Fremont County had the highest jobless rate in the state at 4.8 percent, followed by Lincoln at 4.5 percent and Laramie at 4.4 percent. The lowest rate among counties was Sublette with 2.9 percent, followed by Converse and Campbell counties with 3 percent each. Teton County is at 3.1 percent.
  • Chronic wasting disease found in mule deer - RAWLINS, Wyo. (AP) — Officials at the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s disease laboratory in Laramie say a 4-year-old mule deer buck taken in Carbon County during hunting season tested positive for chronic wasting disease. According to the Associated Press, the agency collects about 4,000 samples through hunter field checks and at sampling stations to determine where the infections occur. The disease a contagious neurological disorder that is usually fatal to deer, elk and moose. It causes a spongy degeneration of the brains of infected animals resulting in weight loss and abnormal behavior. There’s no evidence that meat of infected animals can spread the disease to humans, but tests are done as a precaution and to give wildlife managers data on the prevalence of the disease.



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