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- Senate declares July 23 a day to honor the American cowboy - Washington, D.C. – In a tribute to the hard working men and women that helped establish the American West, the U.S. Senate has declared July 23, 2016 National Day of the American Cowboy. The resolution, which the Senate passed unanimously, was introduced by U.S. Senators Mike Enzi and John Barrasso, both R-Wyo., along with Senator Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D and others. Started in 2005 by U.S. Senator Craig Thomas, the National Day of the American Cowboy traditionally coincides each year with Cheyenne Frontier Days. The resolution honors the culture, traditions and values of the American Cowboy way of life that are still alive today. The resolution states, “The cowboy embodies honesty, integrity, courage, compassion, respect, a strong work ethic, and patriotism.” Other cosponsors of the resolution include Senators Mike Crapo, R-Idaho, John Hoeven, R-N.D., James Inhofe, R-Okla., James Lankford, R-Okla., Harry Reid, D-Nev., John Cornyn, R-Texas, Tom Udall, D-N.M., Martin Heinrich, D-N.M., Jim Risch, ...
- Kelly Ann Ravert services - Kelly Ann Ravert, age 58, of Lander, fought her courageous battle with cancer until May 9, 2016. There will be a celebration of her life on July 9, 2016 at 11 am, at the Chapel of Mount Hope, Hudson’s Funeral Home, in Lander. Kelly was born on August 27, 1957 to Edward and Hilda (Iiams) McKinney in Lander, Wyoming. She was the youngest of three children. She grew up on the family ranch and attended schools in Lander. Shortly after starting kindergarten, Kelly tried to quit school so she could go back to the ranch and help her Grandpa Earl. She was a member of a bowling league and a dart league in her earlier years and later became a member of the VFW Women’s Auxiliary. Kelly loved keeping track of her grandbabies activities and accomplishments and looked forward to the phone calls to hear all about them. Her favorite time spent ...
- New Sublette County sheriff takes office - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Sublette County officials have appointed a new sheriff to replace Stephen Haskell, who was removed from office following a civil jury’s finding that he engaged in misconduct or malfeasance in office. K.C. Lehr was sworn in Wednesday as the county’s new sheriff. He will fill in for the rest of Haskell’s term, which runs until January 2018. Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners Joel Bousman says the board chose Lehr based on his experience, education and expertise. Lehr previously served as an investigator at the Sublette County Sheriff’s Office. Haskell was removed from office on June 10 following allegations that he billed the county for uniforms purchases he made before he was sworn in. He still faces criminal charges and has pleaded not guilty.
- The Latest: Helicopter to search for bear in deadly attack - HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Montana authorities say a helicopter will help search for a grizzly bear that attacked and killed a 38-year-old mountain biker as he rode along a trail just south of Glacier National Park. Fish, Wildlife and Parks spokesman Ron Aasheim said Thursday that the area is dense with grizzly bears and it may be difficult to find the one that killed Brad Treat, who was a law enforcement officer with the U.S. Forest Service. Flathead County Sheriff Chuck Curry says Treat and another rider were in the Halfmoon Lakes area of the Flathead National Forest on Wednesday afternoon when they apparently surprised the bear. It knocked Treat off his bike. The second rider was able to escape and get help and wasn’t injured.
- UW president looks to boost enrollment to help budget - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — University of Wyoming President Laurie Nichols hopes to boost enrollment to help the school offset cuts in state aid. Wyoming’s only public four-year university is facing about $50 million less in available funding over the next two years due to the declining energy economy in the state. UW will scale back spending by about $20 million in the 2016-2017 fiscal year. Additionally, Nichols announced plans to reduce the following year’s budget by $10 million, cut programs and explore new opportunities for increased revenue. Academic Affairs Vice President David Jones says UW is currently under capacity for enrollment. Jones says it’s likely that the school will look outside Wyoming’s borders to draw more students. Last fall, the university had 12,841 students enrolled.
- Mills town treasurer pleads not guilty to theft charges - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — The treasurer of the small Natrona County community of Mills has pleaded not guilty to embezzlement charges. Lisa Whetstone entered her plea Wednesday in District Court to charges of felony theft and failing to account for public property. Prosecutors accuse Whetstone of pocketing more than $64,000 of town money that she was supposed to deposit into a government bank account and using a town credit card for personal expenses. Whetstone faces up to 15 years in prison and is free on bond pending trial. She has been placed on administrative leave. Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation agents began investigating the town books after a 2015 state audit discovered discrepancies.