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  • Murder trial to begin in Thanksgiving 2013 Gillette slaying - GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) — The first-degree murder trial for a man charged in the Thanksgiving Day 2013 shooting death of another man is finally set to begin. The trial for 22-year-old Todd Michael Sindelar begins Monday. The trial had been postponed and continued several times due to new evidence in the case. Sindelar is accused of shooting and killing 25-year-old Matthew Boyer on Nov. 28, 2013 at Boyer’s home. Boyer was shot once in the abdomen and once in the chest. Boyer’s girlfriend told investigators the men had been in a dispute about rent. Sindelar fled Gillette after the shooting, leading police on a 200-mile chase. He was arrested in South Dakota. He faces life in prison without parole if convicted.
  • Hawks diving at golfers temporarily closed mini course - LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — A mini golf course in Laramie is once again doing business after aggressive hawks caused a temporary closure. Lisa Poledna put a sign reading “closed due to angry hawk” outside her business, Oasis Golf, when parents of at least two nesting baby hawks became aggressively protective. She says in her 10 years of owning the course, hawks have never been so aggressive that she has to hide from the dive-bombing birds. The course is open now that the babies are older and their parents are less protective. Wyoming Game and Fish Laramie regional wildlife coordinator Corey Class says the parents probably didn’t know they’d picked such a crowded nesting spot, and that Poledna just has to wait them out.
  • Construction delays opening of U. of Wyoming STEM facility - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Officials at the University of Wyoming say the contractor is to blame for the delayed opening of a new science, technology, engineering and math center. Representatives with Cheyenne-based general contractor AP Wyoming LLC weren’t at a meeting last week when the State Building Commission was told the $50 million facility wouldn’t open this fall. Company vice president Doug Johnson says a number of factors have delayed the project, and that more managers and staff have been added to meet the new spring 2016 deadline. University facilities planning official Matt Kibbon said a $1,000 late completion fine that kicked in June 5 hasn’t been enough to create a sense of urgency for the contractor. He said the penalty won’t be part of future building agreements.
  • Riverton woman who hit, killed child with car pleads guilty - RIVERTON, Wyo. (AP) — A 77-year-old Riverton woman has pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide for striking and killing a 7-year-old girl in a crosswalk with her car. Sandra Pennock entered her plea Friday for the May 22 death of Sophia Archer. A sentencing hearing will likely be held in a couple of months. Pennock, who has a glass eye and glaucoma in her remaining eye, was driving west on Sunset Drive on her way home from the Riverton Senior Center when she hit the girl. Pennock said in court Friday the sunshine affected her vision, and she did not see the Sophia or the crosswalk. She has since relinquished her driver’s license.
  • Wyoming’s unemployment rate holds at 4.1 percent in June - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate held steady at 4.1 percent in June. The rate is slightly lower than 4.4 percent recorded in June 2014. It’s also lower than the June federal unemployment rate which fell slightly to 5.3 percent. The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services reports from May to June, unemployment rates rose slightly in 15 counties, fell in five counties and were unchanged in three counties. Niobrara County reported the lowest unemployment rate in June at 2.6 percent, followed by Teton at 2.7 percent, Crook at 3.1 percent and Weston at 3.2 percent. The highest unemployment rates were found in Fremont at 5.1 percent, Uinta at 4.8 percent, and Natrona and Sweetwater counties at 4.7 percent.
  • Part of Wyoming-to-Midwest gas line to flow other direction - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Part of a natural gas pipeline built to export gas from the Rocky Mountain region to the Midwest is about to move gas in the opposite direction. The $4 billion Rockies Express Pipeline completed six years ago extends from western Wyoming to eastern Ohio. Next week, pipeline operator Tallgrass Energy plans to open the valve on a massive expansion that will send gas extracted from Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia west toward Chicago. The reason is surging gas production from the Marcellus Shale formation in the eastern U.S. The development will weigh on Wyoming’s gas industry. Gas sales from the Rockies to the Midwest are projected to fall while sales from the Northeast to the Midwest are projected to rise.

 

 

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