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March 28th Wyoming Briefs

Wind River judge indicted on federal charges RIVERTON (WNE) — Wind River Indian Reservation Tribal Court Chief Judge Terri Smith has been indicted on two federal criminal charges. The judge is charged with one count of the unlawful use of a communi... Full story


March 29: Cowgirls hold off Waves to advance WNIT quarterfinals

LARAMIE – The last time coach Joe Legerski and the University of Wyoming women’s basketball team played Pepperdine was in 2013. UW won and Legerski picked up his 200th win. More than 100 victories and nearly six years later, UW and Pepperdine... Full story


Saturday's soccer matches moved to Worland

WORLAND - Worland High School's March 30 road soccer matches against Riverton have been moved to Worland High School due to Riverton's field being covered in snow. The Lady Warriors and Lady...


March 29, 2019 Wyoming Briefs

Wind River judge released on bond RIVERTON (WNE) - Wind River Indian Reservation Chief Judge Terri Smith is scheduled to appear June 3 at trial in Cheyenne - less than one month after she expects to g... Full story

 By Nick Reynolds    News    March 28, 2019

Nebraska floods could affect Wyoming ag

CASPER — Nearly two weeks after one of the most powerful winter storms of the decade hit the Northern Rockies and Midwest, Wyoming has largely moved past March’s record-setting snows and settled into the rhythm of spring. In the fields, young... Full story

 By Morgan Hughes    News    March 28, 2019

Substitute teacher dismissed from McCormick after reporting hate speech

CHEYENNE — A substitute teacher who co-sponsored the Gay Straight Alliance club at Cheyenne’s McCormick Junior High was dismissed shortly after news broke that anti-gay and racist flyers had been posted and distributed at the school. Kaycee Cook... Full story


Greybull man sentenced in child porn case

Federal District Court Judge Nancy D. Freudenthal sentenced JAMES CHRISTOPHER WYNIA, 25, of Greybull, Wyoming on March 21, 2019 for transportation of child pornography. Wynia was arrested in Greybull, Wyoming. He received sixty months of...

 By Marcus Huff    News    March 28, 2019

APRIL 1 - Bigfoot sightings in Ten Sleep triple over the weekend

TEN SLEEP – Three supposed Bigfoot sightings prompted a series of calls to the Wyoming Office of Mountain Investigations over the weekend, as reported by WOMI Director Walker Smith to the Northern... Full story


APRIL 1: Out of the diamond and back on the gridiron

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (APP) — Goodbye SEC Network. Goodbye New York Mets. Tim Tebow is back on the football field after finalizing a deal with the Denver Broncos, returning to the team that drafted him... Full story


April 2, 2019 Wyoming Briefs

Sweetwater County poverty level surpasses state average ROCK SPRINGS (WNE) - The percentage of Sweetwater County residents living below the poverty level was higher than the state average in 2018,... Full story

 By Sheila McGuire    News    March 28, 2019

Lack of regulations, testing options lead to hemp seizures in Evanston

EVANSTON — On March 6, Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon signed legislation making hemp possession and production legal within the state, which was welcome news to those who view hemp as an agricultural commodity and a possible economic benefit to Wyoming.... Full story


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