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Murder case dismissed in first test of ‘stand your ground’

In the first judicial test of Wyoming’s new “stand your ground” law, a Natrona County judge on Friday dismissed a first-degree murder case,

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Spark sets hay ablaze near Lingle

After battling a structure fire that resulted in the destruction of Roy’s Cold Storage in Torrington, Lingle fire crews were called to a hay fire on Cemetery Road on the northeast side of town at 1:13 p.m. Saturday afternoon.

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Celebrating ‘something big’

The hum of anticipation vibrated the air at the Career and Technical Education Center at Eastern Wyoming College on Thursday as faculty, staff, students, dignitaries and more waited for the start of a long-awaited event.

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Minor injuries in crash, derailment

Two Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad employees escaped serious injury following a collision between two loaded coal trains in Wendover Canyon northwest of Guernsey Monday afternoon.

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Gillette student charged in school shooting plan

A Sage Valley Junior High student has been bound over to District Court to stand trial

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    Bill would take private schools out of county zoning authority

    A bill filed Friday proposes that Wyoming lawmakers strip counties’ zoning authority over private schools. The proposed legislation comes amid a heated debate pitting private school parents against rural neighbors over a plan to build a new school for the Jackson Hole Classical Academy in South Park.

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    Bill would reduce audit requirements on special districts

    A bill backed by an area legislator would lift auditing regulations on special fire, water and sewer districts in an effort to alleviate regulatory financial burdens on the smaller districts in the state. Rep. Cyrus Western, R-Big Horn, is co-sponsoring the bill, which would exempt the specified districts from a state statute that requires the financial reports they submit to verified by a certified public accountant, who the districts would have to hire.

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    Public’s right to inspect public records without charge upheld 

    The small claims court in Newcastle upheld the public’s right to inspect public documents without charge when the court ruled in favor of Wayne Chittim on Dec. 5.

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