A key witness in Tuesday afternoon's testimony was Riley Larkins. Larkins confirmed that on August 26, 2009, he had been living with his grandparents, Wayne and Diane Larkins, and that he owned a green and tan pick-up truck.
It is popular in Wyoming to think of yourself as a “fiscal hawk.” Well, it might be that “fiscal piglets” may be more apropos.
Forward Sheridan Tuesday evening hosted an open house for the Hi-Tech Business Incubator located at 1981 Double Eagle Drive, just off of East Ridge Road in Sheridan.
With the General Election less than a week away, officials from Sheridan County and the City of Sheridan are holding informational meetings on the One-Cent Optional Sales Tax that is up for renewal on
The Wyoming Workforce Development Council has announced the release of an Industry Partnership Solutions grant opportunity with the intent of supporting industry partnership collaborations that bring
Tuesday morning testimony in the State vs. Dharminder Vir Sen trial got underway at 9 o'clock in 4th Judicial District Court.
After the jury was released for the day Monday in Dharminder Sen's trial in 4th Judicial District Court, Sen's attorney, Tim Cotton of Casper, told the Court that he “objected then, and strenuously
Following opening statements in the State vs. Dharminder Vir Sen trial, the State called its first witness, Linda Ernst, who, as in the Dennis Poitra, Jr.
Once the 13-member jury was selected for the trial of the State vs. Dharminder Vir Sen, opening statements were made Monday afternoon in 4th Judicial District Court.
“Madame Summer” certainly seemed to enjoy her vacation in the Big Horns this year...after a longer-than-usual summer season, Old Man Winter seems to finally have “rolled into town,” if you wil