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Crow Triple-Killing Suspect Enters Not Guilty Plea

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - The defendant in a triple killing on southeast Montana's Crow Reservation has entered a not guilty plea to a grand jury indictment charging him with three counts of first-degree murder.

Eastern Wyoming Redistricting Still Undecided

CHEYENNE (AP) - Redistricting boundaries of Wyoming's eastern third remain undecided in the latest tentative plan approved by a legislative panel.

YMCA After-School Program Hosting Scholarship Fundraiser Art Show

A new program at the Sheridan County YMCA, "Art For a Cause" will host its first art show to raise money for Y Kid's Scholarships this Thursday evening.

Mountain Lion Euthanized Near Sheltered Acres Park

A 115-pound 3-year-old male mountain lion was shot and killed by Sheridan Police Sunday night near Sheltered Acres Park, after Game and Fish personnel determined the animal to be a threat to public safety.

SPD Prescription Drug Takeback Day is Saturday

The Sheridan Police Department will hold another Prescription Drug Takeback Day Saturday, October 29th at Walgreens.

'Shooting from the Lip: The Life of Al Simpson' Book Signing Wednesday

Donald Loren Hardy, who was chief of staff for former Senator Alan K. Simpson, was given a 19-volume diary that the senator kept during his time in office, a resource that Hardy says he drew from heavily in writing Simpson's biography.

Schiffer Reports to Buffalo's City Council

At the request of Buffalo's City Council, State Senator John Schiffer (R-Kaycee) was at last week's council meeting to report on happenings at the state level.

Bill Would Allow More Rec Activities at Ski Areas on US Forest Land

CHEYENNE (AP) - Senator John Barrasso says the Senate has passed a bill that would allow more recreational activities at ski areas on U.S. Forest Service land.

Emergency Dispatch Center Phones in Johnson County Repaired

The Emergency Dispatch Center at the Johnson County Criminal Justice Center had been having problems with their phone lines since Saturday afternoon, but they are currently back up and functional.

UW Study: Sagebrush Songbirds Decrease with More Drilling

(WY News Service) -- Songbirds populations are thinned out by increases in oil and gas drilling, that's according to a recent study at the University of Wyoming.

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