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January 5th, 2015

Mysterious Ames Monument Will Be Topic of State’s 125th Celebration

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Wyoming is full of unusual and mysterious places. The Medicine Wheel between Lovell and Sheridan is one such place.  The birthing rock north of Rock Springs is another.  And one of the oddest of all is the Ames Monument, known as the  “pyramid of the plains” located between Cheyenne and Laramie.

It Was a Year of Change in Wyoming’s Government

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By Kerry Drake - WyoFile.com

Wyoming generated much significant and surprising political/government news in 2014 that, for better or worse, will impact the state and its residents far into the future.

Terry to be Sentenced Next Month

Hannah Terry will be sentenced in district court next month after pleading guilty to aggravated homicide by vehicle and driving while under the influence of a controlled substance.

Local Tea Party Opens ‘Downton Abbey’ Fifth Season

The hit show, “Downton Abbey,” is back on TV this week for its fifth season on the PBS Masterpiece Theater. In celebration, a local tea party has been planned.

Riverton Man Killed in Weekend Crash

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A 24-year-old man from Riverton was killed over the weekend after he was ejected from his car when it crashed into a guardrail.

Construction Continues at the University of Wyoming

Construction of a new science and math center, gymnasium and performing arts facility remains on track at the University of Wyoming in Laramie.

Elected Officials Take Office Today

Swearing-in ceremonies for newly elected officials will be held today and all are open to the public.

January 5th

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A Look Back in Time: Jan. 5, 1915

Two witnesses testified yesterday in district court in the case against Frank Claybaugh. He is accused of stealing a steer and instructing his hired man to slaughter the animal.