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Former deputy charged with felony voyeurism

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) - A former Natrona County reserve deputy who police say set up secret recording devices and videotaped couples having sex in an Evansville home has been charged with seven felonies.

Ruling Awaited In Fremont Co. Voting Rights Case

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Lawyers in a federal lawsuit in which
American Indians are challenging Fremont County's system of holding at-large elections say they're anxious for a federal judge to issue a ruling nearly three years after he held a trial on the case.

2010 Bridal Prevue Welcomes New Vendors; Sees Good Turnout

The Sheridan Holiday Inn Atrium was filled with all things wedding related Saturday afternoon, as the annual Sheridan Media Bridal Prevue took place.

About 25 vendors representing everything from catering, photography, travel, housewares, beauty products, reception locations and of course wedding attire were present for prospective couples to visit and gather information.

Senator Barrasso Speaks To Local Rotary Club

United States Senator John Barrasso was in Sheridan on Friday and presented a Washington update to the Sheridan Rotary Club. One of the largest concerns for those of us in Wyoming is the current healthcare reform bill. Barrasso spoke to those that would criticize his votes against the current bill as following party line politics.

Wyoming Disputes Lack Of Good Faith Over Wolves

CHEYENNE, (AP) - Wyoming is disputing federal claims that the state's plans for managing wolves wouldn't ensure a viable minimum population of the animals. The state on Friday filed what could be its last brief in a lawsuit over wolves before the case goes before U.S. District Judge Alan Johnson in Cheyenne January 29th.

Freudenthal Doesn't Want To Tap Into Rainy Day Fund

CASPER, (AP) - Governor Dave Freudenthal says the future economic climate is too uncertain to justify spending money from the state's rainy-day fund. But Freudenthal is also putting a positive spin on the state's post-energy boom financial situation, comparing funding levels to those of 2003 and 2004.

Sheridan Police Have Murder Suspect In Custody

Sheridan Police officers responded to a call reporting a possible homicide in Sheridan sometime before 3 o’clock Friday afternoon. The Special Response Team was called in to secure the area around 1075 Bellevue Avenue.

Police Respond To Alleged Homicide

Sheridan Police officers responded to a call reporting a possible homicide in Sheridan sometime before 3 o’clock Friday afternoon. The Special Response Team was called in to secure the area around 1075 Bellevue Avenue.

Northeast Enforcement Team And Sheridan County Sheriff's Office Arrest Husband And Wife On Drug Charges

On Thursday January 14th, members of the Sheridan County Sheriff's Office and the Northeast Enforcement Team arrested Nicholas and Jennifer Edwards both age 33, for possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver/marijuana, possession of a controlled substance/methamphetamine and child endangerment.

Park County Arts Patron To be Honored By Governor Freudenthal and Wyoming Arts Council

Governor Dave Freudenthal has bestowed a special honor upon Cody arts patron Naoma Tate. Chosen from 23 nominees, Tate will receive one of five Governor's Arts Awards on February 12th in Cheyenne during the 28th Anniversary Celebration to be held at Little America.