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  • Gourmet Catering-Mr D’s - (Lander)  A devastating fire Sunday night that destroyed the Gourmet Catering building isn’t keeping business owner Dwaine Tiger down for long.  Tiger said that he and Mr D’s owner Michelle Motherway had reached an agreement that will allow his businesses; Gourmet Catering and “What’s for Dinner?” to re-open Monday in Mr D’s Deli.  The regular “What’s for Dinner?” menu will be available every evening in the Deli, and Tiger’s catering business will also provide catering for events out of Mr D’s kitchen.  Gourmet Catering’s regular phone number will now ring into the deli and customers will be able to reserve dinners or make arrangements for event catering by calling that number. Michelle Motherway told KDLY KOVE News that she believes that by assisting in keeping the popular business in operation will be good for everyone and feels the “businesses helping businesses” effort will pay off for the Lander Business community.
  • Wyoming lawmakers to consider bill on palliative care - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming lawmakers will consider a measure meant to improve the quality of palliative care. Palliative care is most often used when someone is dying. The medical approach includes pain management specialists, counselors and spiritual advisers. Jason Mincer of the American Cancer Society says palliative care can also be used to help people with a serious but not necessarily life-threatening disease. The society’s Cancer Action Network supports the Wyoming bill, which is sponsored by Casper Republican Sen. Charlie Scott. Scott says the bill would create an advisory council to look at palliative care deficiencies in Wyoming and educate the public, doctors and other medical providers about the care. The council would also help the state health department evaluate the quality of such care.
  • Sixth-grade teacher pleads not guilty to child porn charges - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A Cheyenne sixth-grade teacher has pleaded not guilty to child porn charges in federal court. 34-year-old Matt Bell pleaded not guilty to charges of knowingly attempting to transport child pornography and knowingly attempting to access with intent to view child pornography. Bell was employed at Henderson Elementary School in Cheyenne. He was placed on paid leave in the fall after school officials learned of the investigation into his conduct. Court documents say detectives searched Bell’s home in October and recovered 87 images of suspected child pornography on his computer.
  • Capitol renovation lawsuit dismissed by Cheyenne judge - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A state judge has dismissed a lawsuit contesting a $300 million project to renovate the Wyoming Capitol in Cheyenne. A news release from legislative leadership late Wednesday says Laramie County District Judge Catherine Rogers dismissed the lawsuit filed by former state Rep. Gerald Gay, of Casper, and Evanston resident Karl Allred. The two men argued that Gov. Matt Mead and legislative leaders improperly awarded contracts for the renovations. They contended that with a renovation committee made up of both state lawmakers and executive branch officials, including Mead, the Legislature improperly reached into the functions of the executive branch. Attorneys for the state contended the two men lacked standing to sue over the matter because they personally haven’t been harmed.
  • Lander hosts multiple school for wrestling tournament - (LANDER, Wyo.) 23 wrestling teams from various schools across Wyoming will converge on Lander Friday and Saturday for a wrestling tournament. Starting Friday around 2pm, teams and families will be in the area until around 8pm Saturday night when the tournament ends.
  • Critical federal approvals for massive Wyoming wind project - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The biggest onshore wind development in the works in the U.S. has received two critical federal approvals. The U.S. Bureau of Land Management on Wednesday approved the 500-turbine first phase of the Chokecherry and Sierra Madre wind project in southern Wyoming. Meanwhile, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service approved permits allowing some eagles to be killed during the wind farm’s construction and initial operation. The turbines’ spinning blades could kill up to 14 golden eagles and two bald eagles a year before project owner Power Company of Wyoming could face penalties. Company officials expect the first turbines to go up next year. Once complete, the wind farm will have as many as 1,000 turbines and generate up to 3,000 megawatts, or enough electricity for nearly 1 million homes.



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