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  • Fewer animals injured, killed at Cheyenne Frontier Days - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Organizers say new safety measures are responsible for a drop in animal injuries and deaths at Cheyenne Frontier Days. Two fewer animals died during the festival this year compared to 2014 and veterinarians treated 34 animals for injuries, a reduction of almost 59 percent. Public affairs chairman Bob Budd says the arena for the 10-day festival was set up to reduce risk. Lighter calves with more experience were used in the tie-down roping event as well. Michael Koblisha is an investigator with Showing Animals Respect and Kindness, a group that posted three videos to its website of events that he says should have ended when the calf was injured. Budd said letting one of those events continue was a mistake.
  • Powell man pleads guilty in death tied to heroin use - POWELL, Wyo. (AP) — A 31-year-old Powell man accused of providing heroin that led to the death of a neighbor has pleaded guilty. Christopher J. Nichols pleaded guilty last week to a felony count of delivering heroin. He had initially been charged with negligent homicide. Nichols admitted to giving 30-year-old Jeremy W. Ernest the drug in December 2013. Ernest later died of an apparent overdose. The guilty plea is part of a plea deal with the Park County Attorney’s Office. In return, prosecutors say they will ask for no more than 5 to 8 years of prison time. Nichols remains free on a $15,000 bond while awaiting sentencing.
  • Gillette murder trial to be continued to November - GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) — The first-degree murder trial for a man charged in the Thanksgiving Day 2013 shooting death of another man has been continued to November. The trial for 22-year-old Todd Michael Sindelar has again been postponed to allow the defense to evaluate new evidence. The trial had been postponed several times before. A new date of Nov. 16 was set. Sindelar is accused of shooting and killing 25-year-old Matthew Boyer on Nov. 28, 2013 at Boyer’s home. Boyer was shot once in the abdomen and once in the chest. Boyer’s girlfriend told investigators the men had been in a dispute about rent. Sindelar fled Gillette after the shooting, leading police on a 200-mile chase. He was arrested in South Dakota. He faces life in prison without parole if convicted.
  • Victims identified in last weeks wreck on South Pass - (LANDER, Wyo.) The Wyoming Highway Patrol has released the names of the people involved in the one vehicle wreck on South Pass last Friday. The driver, 25 year old Joseph Rodriquez of Denver died at Sage West Lander. Passengers 18 year old Smantha Rodriquez, 5 year old Kyla Rodriquez, 17 year old Tori Hoggan of Texas, 15 year old Adrian Nava were all transported to the hospital. The only person who was not ejected in the crash was 5 year old Kyla Rodriquez, who was in a child seat. The accident happened Friday morning near the Sweetwater Rest Area on South Pass. The highway patrol said the vehicle drifted off the road and rolled multiple times.
  • Snow strikes high elevations of western Wyoming - TETON VILLAGE, Wyo. (AP) — The middle of summer looked like the middle of winter in the mountains of western Wyoming. A cold front that moved through Monday afternoon dumped heavy rain on the valleys and snow above 9,000 feet. Officials at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort say they saw the storm coming and shut down their tram before it hit. Resort spokeswoman Anna Olson says to her knowledge nobody got in trouble in the snowy weather. She says an inch accumulated at most but some stuck around until Tuesday. Photos of the snow posted by the resort on Facebook triggered excitement among skiers — with four months to go yet until ski season. Olson says snow in July isn’t unheard of but she hasn’t seen it for several years.
  • Police, others in NE Wyoming preparing for Sturgis rally - GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) — Law enforcement officers and others plan to work extra hours in northeast Wyoming next week as the 75th annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally gets going in nearby South Dakota. Related events in Wyoming include the Ham and Jam in Hulett and the Burnout in Sundance. Both will take place Aug. 5. Campbell County Emergency Management Coordinator David King says Hulett normally has one law enforcement officer on duty but 13 will be working the Ham and Jam. More than 1 million people are expected to attend this year’s rally. Peak daily attendance could top half a million. King says more than 15 agencies have been preparing for Sturgis since March. Anticipated problems range from heavy traffic to gang activity.

 

 

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