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Wheatland School Reported Bomb Threat; No Device Was Found
The Platte County Sheriff’s Department assisted the Wyoming Highway Patrol.
Yellowstone’s Winter Season Starts Saturday
Select roads are open for motorized oversnow travel.
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Sheridan was among 16 participating high schools, and the six winners will go to Laramie in February for the state finals.
Small Earthquake Reported Near Afton; Larger Quakes Hit Alaska
Two quakes in Anchorage, Alaska, followed the 3.3 magnitude quake in Lincoln County.
Natrona County Judge Finalizes Instructions for Cercy Trial Jury
We will be updating this story after the prosecution and defense present their closing arguments and the case goes to the jury.
Audio Evidence Suggests Tony Cercy Was Awake on the Night of Alleged Assault
The prosecution will present its final witness Monday morning and rest its case.
Tony Cercy Trial: New DNA Evidence Introduced
The trial will resume Monday morning with the prosecution calling its final witness and then resting.
Wyoming Federal Judges Sentence Three; One Defrauded Stores For $220,000
Two men were sentenced for illegal re-entry of a previously deported alien from the United States.