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- Fremont County landfills cuts hours - (LANDER, Wyo.) The Fremont County Solid Waste Board has announced that they are cutting hours at landfills in Riverton and Lander. In a move that is expected to save a half million dollars a year, The Riverton Bailing station and the Lander and Sand Draw landfills will go from being open seven days a week to being closed Sunday and Monday. The new schedule is expected to take effect July 1st.
- Riverton man arrested in connection to knife threat - (RIVERTON, Wyo.) The Fremont County Sheriff’s Office has arrested 41 year old Michael Widick of Riverton in connection with an incident that occurred Saturday evening at 1575 East Monroe Avenue in Riverton. Undersheriff Ryan Lee said Widick is alleged to have barged into a home there making the statement that he was “going to slit everyone.” The men in the residence were able to coax the man outside, at which time Widick pulled a fixed blade knife and attempted to attack one of the men several times before fleeing the area. No injuries were reported. Widick was identified by a witness in the area. A warrant was issued for his arrest and he was taken into custody Tuesday afternoon near Fort Washakie. Widick has been charged with one count of Aggravated Assault.
- At least 5 resign from state education agency - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — At least five people, including Director Richard Crandall, have resigned from the Wyoming Department of Education since Superintendent Cindy Hill was reinstated as the department’s top official last Friday. Dean Fausset, of the Wyoming Department of Administration and Information, said Wednesday that Crandall and senior human resources adviser Karen Kelly resigned Friday. Their resignations followed a ruling by a district court judge that most of last year’s law removing Hill from the agency is unconstitutional. Fausset said three more people in Crandall’s leadership team have resigned. Hill says several others may resign as well. She noted that resignations are common with a leadership change. The department employs about 140 people.
- CWC speech team wins - (RIVERTON, Wyo.) The Central Wyoming College speech and debate team placed tenth in the nation among community colleges at the National Individual Events Tournament at Arizona State University on the strength of a graduating student’s performance. Riley Moore, Daryon Baumberger and Jordon Barthel competed against students from 85 other colleges and universities. “The process for even qualifying to attend the tournament is daunting,” said Coach Josh House. On the strength of graduating team member Riley Moore’s performance in the persuasive speaking event the team finished as the tenth place community college team.
- UW 30 reopened in Lincoln County - OPAL, Wyo. (AP) — Authorities have reopened a 45-mile stretch of U.S. 30 in Lincoln County. The highway between Kemmerer and its junction with Interstate 80 had been closed since an explosion and fire Wednesday afternoon at a natural gas processing plant in Opal. Lincoln County spokesman Stephen Malik says the plant is about a quarter mile off the highway. The highway was reopened about midmorning Thursday along with a 12-mile stretch of Wyoming 240 that also had been closed by the fire. Malik says railroad tracks in the area also have been reopened. However, some 95 residents of the small town remained evacuated Thursday morning because a fire was still burning at the plant. Malik says a community meeting was scheduled for Thursday afternoon to keep residents up to date on the situation.
- Jackson mapping sliding hillslide - JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — Workers are drilling the first of four holes around a sliding hillside in the resort town of Jackson to help engineers map ground movement and analyze the soil. Engineers are hoping core samples will help them understand the depth of the slide, water levels and rock locations that are causing the side of a hill to keep moving. The Jackson Hole News & Guide reports the work could help identify long-term solutions. The slide began April 4 and the shifting ground has sheared one house in two. Four homes, two apartment buildings and several businesses remain evacuated while road damage has blocked access to about 30 other homes.