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- Togwottee Crash Kills Two - Dubois March 6, 2014 A two vehicle crash on Togwottee Pass has taken at least two lives. The accident between a van, believed to be carrying nine or ten people, and a semi tractor trailer occurred at about 12:45 Thursday about 20 miles west of Dubois. Cause of the accident is under investigation by the Wyoming Highway Patrol, the Fremont County Sheriff’s office and the Fremont County coroner. Two life-flight helicopters and two fixed-wing aircraft were called in to transport the injured to the Lander and Riverton hospitals. Togwottee Pass was closed for several hours due to the accident.
- Minor flooding in western Wyoming - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Some minor flooding is occurring in extreme western Wyoming. The flooding is occurring across the Star Valley area from melting snow. The Lincoln County emergency management has made sandbags available in Afton and near Thayne for anyone who needs them. The National Weather Service says the ground is too frozen to soak in the water and so it just ends up pooling in low areas and outlets. Rain Thursday morning was expected to make the situation worse. However, a cold front passing through the state should ease the flooding starting Thursday night.
- Wyoming State Senator Cale Case has good news for Lander - (LANDER, Wyo.) The Wyoming Legislature and Wyoming Govenor Matt Mead have passed a state budget, and part of the budget has money set aside for the Wyoming Life Resource Center in Lander according to Senator Cale Case of Lander. CASE1 : :28 OUTCUE: “GO FORWARD”. Wyoming State Senator Cale Case of Lander.
- Castellanos defense argues trauma can hurt memory - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The defense in the Nathanial Castellanos double murder trial is arguing that trauma can cause people to be mistaken about their memories. A psychology professor from the University of Nevada at Reno, Deborah Davis, took the stand Wednesday in Cheyenne as the defense began presenting its case. The Wyoming Tribune Eagle reported that she said people can remember things that didn’t happen at all or change events that did occur. She didn’t mention anyone by name but a key witness in the case was wounded in the shooting that left two others dead. Last week, 25-year-old Amber McGuire said she was positive the 34-year-old defendant was the person who shot her and two others in August 2011. Castellanos’ lawyers maintain an unidentified person shot them.
- Wyoming State Winter Fair Trade show opens - (LANDER, Wyo.) The Wyoming State Winter Fair Trade Show opened it’s doors today at the Bob Carey Memorial Field House. Hundreds of vendors are on hand. The fair continues through Saturday with daily entertainment.
- Gov. Mead signs Game and Fish budget bill - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Gov. Matt Mead has signed a bill to allow the state game and fish department to shift some of its costs away from sportsmen. The measure Mead signed on Thursday requires the state Game and Fish Commission to prepare a separate budget requesting general funds to cover the costs of employee health insurance. It also calls for the commission to request general funds for the department’s grizzly bear management program. According to an analysis by the Legislative Service Office, insurance premiums for the department ran over $4.7 million in a recent fiscal year while expenditures for grizzly bear management were nearly $2 million. Game and Fish Department Director Scott Talbott said at the bill-signing ceremony that the measure provides recognition that game department programs benefit everyone in the state.