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Delay Sought in Trial for Crow Triple Killing

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - The defense attorney for a man accused of killing three family members on southeast Montana's Crow Indian Reservation has asked a federal judge to delay a trial scheduled to begin next week.

Poll: Total Cell Phone Ban in Cars?

Texting and driving has been illegal in Wyoming since July of 2010, and total bans are becoming more popular in states across the country.

STT: Crews Begin Trail Prep With Best Snow Since '96

Crews were scheduled to begin grooming the 300 miles of Big Horn Mountain snowmobiling trails Monday, and according to state trail workers the snow is as good as it's been in 15 years.

Faulty Ceiling Fan Starts Elk View Inn Cabin Fire

A Sunday morning fire inside an employee housing cabin at Elk View Inn off Highway 14 near Dayton is believed to have originated in a ceiling fan, according to a media release from Sheridan Fire-Rescue Marshal Brian Songer.

Congress Strips Wolf 'No-Lawsuit' Rider From Bill

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Congress has dropped language that would have barred lawsuits over a proposal to end federal protections for wolves in Wyoming.

Buffalo's Vespers Program Benefits Music Scholarships

The annual Vespers Program was held Sunday evening at Buffalo High School, with a number of local groups and individuals volunteering their time and talents to celebrate the Christmas Holiday and to raise money for local music scholarships.

BAH Hosted by SCJC: Sign Up Now For Spring Classes

Sheridan College in Johnson County hosted this month's Business After Hours on Friday, in conjunction with local artist Lana Wing, who had her photography work on display.

A Second Opinion: Obamacare Early Retiree Reinsurance Program Folds

U.S. Sen. John Barrasso has taken to the floor of the U.S. Senate on a regular basis since the passing of the Obamacare health care bill.

The Art of Caregiving in Alzheimer's Disease

Eric Pfieffer is the founding director of the Suncoast Alzheimer's and Gerontology Center at the University of South Florida College of Medicine. Pfeiffer has since retired and taken to speaking on the topics of his book, “The Art of Caregiving in Alzheimer's Disease.”

DOL Proposal Could Negatively Affect Family Farms and Ranches

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis recently urged Department of Labor Secretary Hilda Solis to withdraw the Department's proposal to limit the participation of youth in farming and ranching activities.

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