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- Harold Davis obituary - Harold Davis died Tuesday, June 2, surrounded by family. He was 92 years old. Per his request, cremation has taken place. A memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Monday, July 6, at Hudson’s Funeral Home in Lander and interment will be at Mount Hope Cemetery in Lander. Harold Davis was born Sept. 11, 1922, in Pawnee, Okla., the son of Robert Davis Sr. and Katie “Jennie” (Weeks) Davis. He was a member of the Skidi Band of the Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma. He grew up with his siblings on the family farm outside of Pawnee, Okla., and he attended grade school and high school in Pawnee where he excelled in sports. He was a member of the championship basketball team of 1940-1941 which won county, district, regional and state tournaments. His family said he enjoyed dancing at powwows when he was younger, and he was a champion fancy dancer. In February 1943 he entered ...
- Lander man tries to flee cops - (LANDER, Wyo.) Fremont County Deputies spotted a Lander man driving down the street yesterday that had an active Natrona County warrant issued for his arrest, so they attempted to stop him however he fled. The Lander man, 36 Michael Barney, let deputies down North Fork Road, where eventually he bailed out of the vehicle he was driving and swam across the river. After a brief search by deputies, Barney was located and arrested.
- Sheridan County must pay woman beaten, injured in jail - SHERIDAN, Wyo. (AP) — A woman who was beaten and injured while incarcerated at the Sheridan County Detention Center in 2010 will be awarded $20,000 in damages, plus costs and attorney fees. U.S. District Judge Alan B. Johnson ruled Monday for Catherine Phillips in part of her lawsuit against the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office and Sheriff Dave Hofmeier. Phillips suffered a broken nose, concussion, multiple scrapes and bruises and a traumatic brain injury after being arrested and booked into the county jail on June 20, 2010, for misdemeanor criminal trespassing. Her lawsuit contended jail policies led to several violations of her rights. Johnson found fault with the jail’s strip-search policy. A separate complaint filed by Phillips against two former deputies was settled earlier for an undisclosed amount.
- Mead seeks more discussion on refugee resettlement - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Gov. Matt Mead says misinformation about refugee resettlement in Wyoming prompted him to ask the Wyoming Humanities Council to find ways to raise discussion about the issue. Last year, Mead announced he had formed a committee to study whether Wyoming needed to establish a refugee resettlement program. That drew opposition from some people who fear refugees might bring disease and advocate Sharia law. In last year’s GOP gubernatorial primary race, Mead’s opponents, Cindy Hill and Taylor Haynes, opposed refugee resettlement. Humanities Council Executive Director Shannon Smith said the council agreed with Mead about the misinformation going around. Smith says the Humanities Council has sponsored events in recent months in which refugee resettlement was discussed, and is planning more events during over the next year.
- Rock River residents without water - LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — Albany County officials say a broken waterline has left Rock River residents without water. The Albany County Emergency Management Agency says the town has been without water since Wednesday morning. It was not immediately known when the waterline would be fixed. Rock River City Clerk Andrea Lamb says crews have found a leak in the main water line between the water plant and the town of about 245 residents. Bottled water has been brought in as well as a large tank of non-potable water.
- Woman charged with forgery ordered to pay $180,000 - GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) — A Gillette woman accused on felony forgery totaling more than $29,000 has been ordered to pay more than $150,000 in restitution and $30,000 in court costs. Former Mickey Glenn Construction bookkeeper Eva Simons was arrested in December 2013 for 13 counts of forgery. She entered a plea agreement in September reducing the charges to three counts and asking for just over $29,200 in restitution. However prosecutors filed a late amendment to the plea agreement raising the restitution. Sentencing was delayed until Tuesday so they judge could review the amendment. Simons’ attorney Nick Carter says she accepted the raised restitution against his advice, claiming if Glenn says it should be $150,000 she will accept the fine.