Archive - May 13, 2010

Investigation Continues In The Case Of The Body In the Big Horns

Sheridan County Sheriff Dave Hofmeier

The investigation regarding the body that was recovered in the Big Horn Mountains on April 20th is moving along slowly due to identification of the remains. Sheridan County Sheriff Dave Hofmeier with the latest developments.

Hofmeier explains why the DNA samples weren't sent to the State Crime Lab in Cheyenne.

Work Session 4: Solid Waste

City of Sheridan Solid Waste Manager Charles Martineau

Working smarter not harder was the theme of Thursday's Sheridan City Council work session that dealt with the City's Solid Waste Division. New equipment has been instrumental in cutting down man hours and increasing production says City Solid Waste Manager Charles Martineau.

Filing Period For Candidates Has Begun

Sheridan County Election Supervisor Brenda Miech

Thursday was the beginning of the candidate filing period for the upcoming election this fall. Sheridan County Election Supervisor Brenda Miech says that things were pretty busy during the morning on Thursday.

Wyoming Craigslist Rape Case Results In Guilty Pleas

Jebidiah Stipe used the Internet site Craigslist to have his ex-girlfriend raped.

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) - Two men accused of using Craigslist to arrange the rape of a Casper woman have entered guilty pleas. Jebidiah Stipe, of Twenty-nine Palms, California, and Ty McDowell, of Bar Nunn, each pleaded guilty to five felonies in a plea agreement Thursday.

22-hour old Lariet or Larry - too soon to know

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Lariet or Larry (too soon to know) standing next to his mother "Ma" was born about 1:30 pm May 12th in the "Elk Pasture" of Kendrick Park. (1 of 4)

"Mother Goose" and her pair of goslings

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"Mother Goose" and her pair of goslings

This Mother Canada Goose was seen with her pair of gosllings just before going for a swim in a pond near Bird Farm Road east of Big Horn.