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KOVE 1330 AM and 107.7 FM, featuring only the BEST in country music — and has for over 60 years
KDLY 97.5 FM Plays the hot music from the 60’s through the 80’s.
Locally Owned and Operated, Lander, Wyoming
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- Colorado man rescued out of Wind River Mountains - (LANDER, Wyo.) A 35 year old Colorado man was rescued last Friday afternoon after he fell about 20 feet near the Cirque of Towers on Wolf Head in the Wind River Mountains. Fremont County Search and rescue responded after received a SPOT emergency beacon. The man sustained leg and back injuries in the fall, and was airlifted from the area to receive medical treatment.
- Small Earthquake hits Wyoming - (LANDER, Wyo.) Just before 2pm last Saturday a Magnitude 4.8 earthquake struck about 30 miles East of Hoback Junction in Wyoming. The United States Geological Service said there were no casualties or major damage. Some residents in Fremont County said they felt the tremor.
- Wyoming man gets life sentence for killing wife - RIVERTON, Wyo. (AP) — A Wyoming man has been sentenced to life in prison for fatally shooting his wife in Fort Washakie last fall. Koby Johnson was sentenced Friday after being found guilty of murder in June. His wife, Rachael Noel Johnson, was a 36-year-old nursing student at Central Wyoming College. Court documents say the Johnsons had separated after being married for more than a decade. Several of the couple’s children were called to testify during the trial. Court documents say they watched their father shoot their mother in the head with a revolver. The documents indicate that Koby Johnson planned to argue that he acted in self-defense and the shooting was accidental. Prosecutors say he claimed his wife struck and injured him with multiple objects.
- Ecuadorian woman falls to death in Yellowstone canyon - YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) — An Ecuadorian woman has fallen to her death at Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone in Yellowstone National Park. Twenty-one-year-old Estefania Liset Mosquera Alcivar was a park concession worker from Quito, Ecuador. She fell into the canyon at Grandview Point around 3:15 a.m. Friday. Park officials say she fell while socializing with a small group of co-workers near a trail along the canyon rim. Her companions saw her fall and dialed 911. Rescuers spotted her body in the canyon at first light. They determined the fall was not survivable. Search and rescue crews used a helicopter to recover her body later in the morning. Yellowstone officials say the death is under investigation.
- Wyoming considering options to reduce job-related fatalities - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Officials in Wyoming are trying to decide whether incentives to fix problems or punishing fines will help reduce job-related fatalities. Information on the number of people killed on the job is not available for last year, but a state report determined that 34 people died on the job in 2014. Federal regulators are cracking down on companies with poor safety records, and they are forcing states to comply. Business groups are accepting fine increases, but they are skeptical it will help reduce safety records.
- Firefighters hope to reopen Yellowstone entrance Tuesday - YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) — Wildfires burning in Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks grew some over the weekend, but not as much as what firefighters expected under the red flag conditions. In Grand Teton, firefighters were able to make progress in their efforts to reopen a highway that has forced closure of the south entrance to Yellowstone. If things go well Monday, they hope to have the road open to traffic on Tuesday. In Yellowstone, all other entrances and roads are open and all major tourist attractions are unaffected by the fires other than some smoke in places. The largest fire in Yellowstone has burned about 52 square miles since it started Aug. 8 by lightning.