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August 24th, 2013

Man Accused of Abusing Glenrock Girl Gets Prison

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GLENROCK, Wyo. (AP) - A Casper man accused of kidnapping and sexually abusing a Glenrock toddler has been sentenced to prison. Robert J. Parks has received concurrent sentences of to 44 to 50 years for first-degree sexual abuse of a minor and 60 years to life in prison for aggravated kidnapping.

August 23rd

Wyoming Workplace Deaths Reach 5-year High in 2012

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) - Workplace fatalities in Wyoming reached the highest number in five years in 2012 but the number wasn't too much higher than the rate over the past several years.

Another Season Comes to an End

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Another school year will begin in Sheridan in just a matter of days, which means that the season will come to an end for the Kendrick Park Pool, as today is the final day.

Cheney, Enzi, to Speak at Tea Party Event

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POWELL, Wyo. (AP) - Both Liz Cheney and Sen. Mike Enzi are scheduled to take part in a tea party event in rural Big Horn County this weekend.

Gov. Mead: Test Results a 'Cause for Concern'

The Wyoming Department of Education has released the test results for the state's student assessment showing and overall drop in scores during the 2012-2013 school year, compared to last year.

Sheridan Probation Officer Charged with Felony Count of Sexual Assault

UPDATE 3:49 P.M. Public Information Officer for the Wyoming Department of Corrections, Mark Horan, says Yager was placed on leave in May, as per rules for state personnel. His case is currently under review.

A probation officer with the Sheridan Probation and Parole Office and the Wyoming Department of Corrections, was charged this month with a count of sexual assault. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has the story.

Friday 08-23-13

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August 22nd

WYOMING HIGH SCHOOL GOLF SEASON OPENS / ROCKIES TONIGHT / BRONCOS SATURDAY

HIGH SCHOOL GOLF - The Big Horn and Tongue River golfers played their first tournament of the season yesterday in Sundance.

The Rams and Lady Rams finished 3rd Mick McAdoo finished 5th and Brody Bard was 7th for the Rams, Kaliegh Anderson was 6th and Jamie Kitterman was 8th for the Lady Rams.

The Tongue River boys finished 5th and did not have any players in the top 10, the Lady Eagles didn't have enough players to have a team score.

The Bronc and Lady Bronc golfers finish up play today in Cody.

Bowling Tournament To Benefit Food Pantry

A family-friendly event happening Friday and Saturday at the Buffalo Bowl will benefit the Bread Of Life Food Pantry.

Both nights beginning at 6pm the Buffalo Bowl will host a Bowling Tournament with all proceeds going to the Food Pantry.