Wyoming Man Ordered Held Without Bond in Wife’s Death
A preliminary hearing was scheduled for Friday.
Controlled Burn Leads to House Fire in Northern Wyoming
According to the National Weather Service, the area experienced wind gusts of up to 59 mph Sunday.
Wyoming Officials Oppose Returning War-Trophy Church Bells
U.S. Army soldiers took the bells following an attack on the island of Samar in which 48 American troops were killed in 1901.
Two Grizzly Bears Relocated in Wyoming
On Aug. 8, an adult male grizzly bear was captured for depredating cattle on a Forest Service grazing allotment north of Pinedale.
Texas Oil and Gas Firm Fined $20K for First-Time Violations
The potential fine for the Dallas-based company was reduced because it had never been in trouble with the commission before.
Vital U.S. Reservoir OK for Now, But Shortages Loom
The report increases the pressure on seven U.S. states that rely on the river to finish a long-delayed contingency plan for a shortage.
Wyoming Man Gets 30-50 Years in Prison for Wife’s Death
Welch reported he and his wife got into an argument after he returned home from a dentist appointment.
Weak Economic Growth Likely in Rural Parts of 10 States
The bankers remain concerned about the economy.