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- Laura Harnsberger Services - Laura Eileen Harnsberger, 60, of Lander, Wyoming passed away on January 15, 2017. A Memorial Service will begin at 2:00pm on Saturday, January 21st at the Wyoming Life Resource Center Chapel; burial will occur in Hudson, Wyoming at a later date. Laura was born in Laramie, Wyoming on September 30, 1956 to Harry S. Harnsberger, Jr. and Eileen (Rogers) Harnsberger. Laura was born with developmental disabilities. She was admitted to the Wyoming State Training School (WLRC) on September 25, 1961. On September 15, 1993 she moved to Laramie, Wyoming and participated in the ARK program. Laura returned to Lander on September 1, 2001 where she entered CES. Due to health issues, she was re-admitted to the WLRC on August 15, 2016. Laura loved to spend time with her family, her staff on 404MV, music and going on outings. One of the main things she enjoyed was eating. Laura is Survived by her mother; brothers, ...
- Bill proposes banning suspected terrorists from buying guns - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A Wyoming lawmaker wants to bar anyone on federal terrorism watch lists from purchasing guns in the state. Sen. James Anderson, R-Casper, is co-sponsoring a bill that would add people on the FBI’s Terror Screening Database — which includes the so-called “no-fly list” — to the list of people who are not eligible to possess guns in Wyoming. Anderson says the bill may not come up for a vote this legislative session, but it’s important that the Legislature discuss the issue of keeping potential terrorists from purchasing firearms. He says he believes this is an issue nationwide. Democrats in the U.S. Senate have unsuccessfully tried to pass federal legislation barring people on watch lists from purchasing firearms multiple times.
- Teton County considers Snake River fence settlement - JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — A potential settlement between Teton County and a property owner would mean fence poles too close to the Snake River would be removed by next summer. The settlement would end a long fight between the county and Owl Creek Retreat LLC. Owl Creek put up a fence in 2014 to keep trespassers off its property, but the county says the fence was placed in river and wetlands areas. Owl Creek removed the horizontal part of the fence last fall but argued that the poles didn’t violate county regulations. Teton County Deputy Attorney Erin Weisman says the settlement calls for the removal of most of the posts but would allow one to be kept every 50 feet. County commissioners will consider the settlement on Tuesday.
- Lander Business burns - (LANDER, Wyo.) Lander Volunteer Firemen were called out late yesterday afternoon to fight a structure fire in freezing temperatures on Main Street. The Business located at 667 Main Street, Gourmet Catering who offered popular food off their “What’s for Dinner” menu, broke out in flames and was reported around 5:15 Sunday afternoon. When firemen arrived, smoke was billowing from the building. Firefighters made entry and suppressed the fire which was located towards the rear of the building. Fire administrator Nick Hudson said the main body of the fire was suppressed fairly quickly but fire had already moved into the attic of the building. About twenty firefighters from the Lander Volunteer, Fremont County Fire Protection District Battalion 3 Lander Rural, Lander Police Department and Guardian ambulance worked the fire for about seven hours. The fire will be investigated today and the cause should be known soon. There were no injuries reported and the structure is ...
- Drivers could be required to move over for parked trucks - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — State lawmakers are considering requiring drivers to move over when passing parked highway construction and utility vehicles. Currently, drivers are required to either change lanes to move away from emergency vehicles on multi-lane highways or slow down to 20 mph or less than the speed limit on two-lane roads when passing them. A bill backed by the House Transportation Committee Thursday would expand that requirement to drivers passing parked highway construction and utility vehicles as well as municipal and county trucks. Wyoming Department of Transportation director Bill Panos says about a dozen WYDOT vehicles have been struck in the last year. It would cost between $140,000 and $175,000 to update existing highway signs with the new requirement but Panos says that’s a lot less than the cost of crashes.
- Jury acquits man accused of cockfighting - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Jurors have acquitted a man in a cockfighting case that put his then-girlfriend on probation. Luis H. Carlos-Garcia had also been arrested on a probation violation that was put on hold during the trial. His attorney could not be reached. Laramie County District Attorney Jeremiah Sandburg said after the verdict that officials felt the case was strong enough to go trial. Deputies and animal control officers seized 75 roosters from a Cheyenne property in December 2014. Louisa G. Carlos pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor rather than the original felony animal cruelty charge. She was sentenced last year. Part of her sentence required her to pay more than $4,000 in restitution for the birds’ care.