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

 

 

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  • Evidence argued as old Wyo. killing heads to trial - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Prosecutors and a defense attorney are set to argue over what evidence can be used at the upcoming trial of a Missouri woman accused of shooting her husband as he slept almost 40 years ago in Wyoming. A lawyer for 75-year-old Alice Uden plans to argue self-defense in the death of 25-year-old Ronald Holtz in 1974 or 1975. Jury selection in her first-degree murder trial begins Tuesday. Attorneys will argue over evidence at a hearing Wednesday in Cheyenne. Court documents show Uden’s attorney wants to exclude information that her current husband, 71-year-old Gerald Uden, killed his ex-wife and her two sons in Wyoming in 1980. Gerald Uden pleaded guilty last fall. Prosecutors arrested the Udens in Chadwick, Mo., in September but have not linked the two murder cases.
  • Teapot Dome petroleum reserve for sale - DENVER (AP) — Teapot Dome, the Wyoming federal oil reserve that was at the root of a 1920s political scandal, is up for sale, this time to the highest bidder. The Denver Post reports the U.S. Department of Energy has hired Denver-based Meagher Energy Advisors to sell the Naval Petroleum Reserve No. 3, known as the Teapot Dome. In 1922 and 1923, Albert Fall, who was President Warren G. Harding’s interior secretary, leased Navy petroleum reserves at Teapot Dome near Casper in low, no-bid contracts. Fall was convicted of taking bribes from the oil companies that received the leases, and the leases were returned to the Navy in 1927.
  • Wyoming Lottery holds Riverton workshop for retailers on April 24 - (RIVERTON, Wyo.)   Wyoming retailers interested in selling Powerball® and Mega Millions® tickets should attend a workshop being held from 10 a.m. – noon tomorrow (Thurs., April 24) at the Holiday Inn in Riverton. The Riverton workshop is one of nine workshops being held over the next two weeks. By attending the workshops, retailers will learn about the lottery, as well as gain a better understanding of the retailer application and selection process. The workshops will also include a facilitated discussion to seek retailers’ feedback on the application and contract.
  • Deer workshop in Lander - (LANDER, Wyo.)  The Lander Region of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department is hosting a Mule Deer Workshop on April 24 at The Inn at Lander’s Fremont Room, 260 Grandview Dr. The workshop will begin at 6:00 PM and focus on the future management of mule deer in the South Wind River (areas 92, 94 and 160) and Sweetwater (areas 96 and 97) mule deer herds.  This workshop will culminate in the appointment of a public working group to assist Game and Fish in mapping future management in these herd units. Jason Hunter, Lander Regional Wildlife Supervisor, says “Game and Fish recognizes the hard work the local public has put in over the last three years at December and March season meetings to identify wildlife issues in our area.  He said a repeated and primary concern at these meetings has been the noticeable decline in mule deer in much of Fremont County.”
  • Cheyenne Frontier Days lassoes profit in 2013 - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Cheyenne Frontier Days posted a net profit of more than $956,000 in 2013. The rodeo’s annual financial report says it’s the fourth year in a row that the “Daddy of ‘em All” has posted a profit. Total revenues were $11.85 million with $10.89 million in expenses. And city, county and state governments reaped nearly a half million dollars in sales tax revenues from the event. CFD General Chairman Darin Westby says attendance also was up last year, both for the night shows and the rodeo itself. Nearly 121,00 fans turned out in the evenings and about 83,000 were in the stands during the day. Westby tells the Wyoming Tribune Eagle that the Jason Aldean concert set an all-time attendance record with 25,000 tickets sold.
  • Andrea Clifford Announces Candidacy for House District 33 - (LANDER, Wyo.)  Democrat Andrea “Andi”  A. Clifford is pleased to announce her candidacy for the State Representative seat in House District 33. Current House District 33 Representative Patrick Goggles announced last month that he will not seek reelection after serving in the seat for 10 years. Clifford hopes to continue her uncle’s trailblazing legacy that has helped democrats have a consistent voice in the Wyoming House of Representatives. An enrolled member of the Northern Arapaho Tribe, Clifford was born and raised on the Wind River Indian Reservation and holds a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the University of Wyoming. Clifford’s intentions are to support legislation in the areas of education, youth initiatives, equality, Veteran’s issues and economic diversity, specifically job creation.

 

 

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