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KDLY 97.5 FM Plays the hot music from the 60′s through the 80′s.

 

 

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  • Meth lab found in Dubois - (DUBOIS, Wyo.)  Fremont County Deputy Sheriff’s, along with Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation Agents, executed a Search Warrant in the 400 block of Mercantile Street in Dubois yesterday (Thursday) afternoon and found components and hazardous materials commonly used in a “Meth Lab.” Undersheriff Ryan Lee said “Due to the toxicity of the items located, a Hazardous Materials Team responded and processed the scene.” The samples and other evidence will be submitted to the Wyoming Crime Laboratory for analysis.  Depending on the results of the analysis and the ongoing investigation, charges will be brought forward to those responsible. 40 year old Dubois Resident Trampes Rivers was also arrested the same day in Dubois.  “Deputies held both a Search Warrant for the particular residence as well as an Arrest Warrant for Rivers”.  He was wanted on one felony count of Delivery of Methamphetamine and was located at a separate location and arrested without incident.  Rivers’ ...
  • Arapahoe Tribe gets mineral payment - WIND RIVER RESERVATION, Wyo.—Several Fremont County banks have agreed to cash or accept for deposit payments to Northern Arapaho members resulting from a recent federal legal settlement. The Northern Arapaho Business Council coordinated with Atlantic City Federal Credit Union, Central Bank and Trust, Wells Fargo, Bank of the West and Wyoming Community Bank to assure smooth processing of funds once they arrive next week (the week of April 21st). Every enrolled Northern Arapaho member is entitled to $6,300 as a result of the settlement. The funds represent compensation for minerals that were harvested from Northern Arapaho lands but for which the Tribe never received payment.  The Eastern Shoshone tribal members can expect a delay due to changes in tribal leadership that took place earlier this month. This is the last installment in a series of payments resulting from claims filed against the federal government in the 1970s for breach of the tribal trust ...
  • Jackson landslide work stops as rocks stream down - JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — A nearly constant stream of rocks and gravel sliding down a hillside in the resort town of Jackson has forced crews to stop working on an emergency buttress to stop a slow-moving landslide. Authorities said Thursday cracks appeared to be growing, but officials do not expect a catastrophe. About two dozen police and work crews backed away from a cliff Thursday as debris streamed into a parking lot where they were working. No injuries were reported. The Jackson Hole News & Guide reports crews used backhoes and excavators on Wednesday to build concrete barriers as high as 10 feet along a road. The slow-moving landslide has displaced residents of four homes and two small apartment buildings and cut off road access to dozens of other homes.
  • Judge: ACLU may file in birth-control lawsuit - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A federal judge has allowed the American Civil Liberties Union to file a brief in a lawsuit filed by Roman Catholic organizations in Wyoming. The Roman Catholic Diocese of Cheyenne and other organizations sued the federal government in January. They’re trying to block a birth-control coverage requirement in the federal health care overhaul. The Catholic groups object to a requirement in the Affordable Care Act requiring them to provide insurance coverage for contraception and abortion services for some workers. Many similar legal challenges are going on around the country. Federal Magistrate Kelly Rankin of Cheyenne on Tuesday granted the ACLU’s request to be heard in the case. The ACLU filed papers Wednesday arguing the federal requirements don’t violate the Catholic groups’ religious rights.
  • Gillette may ban parking in alleys - GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) — Gillette is considering a ban on parking in alleys downtown while a main road is being rebuilt. Officials say the move is necessary to help delivery drivers during and after street reconstruction. According to the Gillette News Record, the City Council unanimously approved an ordinance that would ban parking in the alleys so customers can access store back doors and delivery drivers can have access to their customers.
  • Davis dies, will provides for ranch use by UW, CSU - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The will of a wealthy Denver philanthropist who has died contains an incentive for the University of Wyoming and Colorado State University to use a ranch for agricultural education rather than sell the property. Amy Davis died Wednesday. She was 86. Davis’ personal representative, Tyson Dines, said Thursday that Davis’ will sets aside a considerable amount to support teaching at the Y Cross Ranch. He wouldn’t specify the amount. University officials said they were saddened by Davis’ death but had no additional comment. Davis donated her family’s southeast Wyoming ranch to the UW Foundation and CSU Research Foundation in 1997. Davis later expressed concern the Y Cross saw little use for hands-on teaching. Preparations to sell prompted Davis to sue in 2012. She lost before the Wyoming Supreme Court in March.

 

 

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