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January 05, 2017

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Atlanta Police: Please, no guns in cars at championship game

ATLANTA (AP) — Atlanta’s mayor is promising a “safe, smooth and secure” college football championship game Monday, despite the traffic problems expected to be caused by President Donald Trump’s motorcade, but none of the many agencies...

 

Dow Jones industrials climb above 25,000 for the first time

NEW YORK (AP) — The Dow Jones industrial average burst through the 25,000 point mark Thursday, just five weeks after its first close above 24,000. The Dow passed five 1,000-point barriers in 2017 on its way to a 25 percent gain for the year, as an...

 

German shepherd wakes Wyoming man in mobile home fire

POWELL (AP) — A Wyoming man escaped from his burning mobile home thanks to his 5-month-old German shepherd, which woke him by jumping on him. Reynaldo “Rey” Adame, of Powell, said when he was woken up at 6:55 a.m. Tuesday he found flames...

 

Aquatic Center wins Star Award; funds used for security

WORLAND – Every year the Pinnacle Bank's Festival of Trees raises money for local community charities and non-profit organizations. Organizations and charities who wish to be considered submit...

 
 By Marcus Huff    News    January 5, 2018

Ten Sleep Library reorganizes, expands to fit learning

TEN SLEEP – "It's been hectic and we've had to reshuffle some things, but we are getting close," said Library director Karen Funk, as workers were busy preparing to build a back wall at the Ten...

 

Colorado Capitol briefly on lockdown after shooting report Thursday

DENVER (AP) — A report of shots fired Thursday near the Colorado state Capitol briefly put the building on lockdown. Police are still investigating what happened but said there were no reports of injuries. A photograph from The Denver Post showed...

 
 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    January 5, 2018

Bobcats struggle to find footing in 58-34 loss to Lovell

THERMOPOLIS - Coming out of the Christmas break the Hot Springs County Bobcats boys basketball team had the opportunity to avenge an early-season loss to Lovell as they hosted the Bulldogs Thursday...

 

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