Since pranks may be in the wind today and people may be less guarded because of April Fool’s Day, a representative of the Better Business Bureau says watch out for scams, in particular, those made via phone calls.
A jury trial scheduled this morning in Sheridan district court for 41-year-old Christopher Barr of Sheridan came to a halt when he pleaded guilty to a charge of felony possession of a deadly weapon with unlawful intent.
Now that warmer weather is upon us and more residents are using the Sheridan Pathways, Sheridan Parks and Recreation officials want to let people know there has been a change in the pathways around Kendrick Park.
An oversight panel for the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality has dismissed bond forfeiture proceedings against a coal-bed methane developer despite concern among some members they hadn't read the settlement behind their vote.
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