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- Suspicious package investigated in Lander - (LANDER, Wyo.) The Lander Post Office was closed for a few hours this morning when a suspicious package was discovered. The package had white powder on the outside. The Lander Police department, fire department and the Regional Rapid Response Team from the Riverton Office of Homeland Security are investigating the package. No further information was available at press time.
- Riverton man caught stealing red handed - (RIVERTON, Wyo.) Riverton Police believe they have caught a serial burglar. Captain Eric Murphy with the Riverton Police department said officers responded to a residence Tuesday night after the homeowner contacted police. The resident said foot prints in the snow led to his garage, but no foot prints leaving. When officers arrived, they went into the garage with guns drawn and found a man stealing items. Even with guns trained on him, 29 year old Jeramie Lewis rushed the officers who had to forcefully detain Lewis. Officers found items in Lewis’s possession that connected him to as many as 10 other burglaries that had occurred over the past several weeks in the Riverton area.
- Gillette hospital identifies need for more internists - GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) — Campbell County’s need for medical internists is getting worse. Two internists this week notified Campbell County Memorial Hospital that they will be leaving this fall. Campbell County Health CEO Andy Fitzgerald says the two doctors are moving to Laramie to practice at Ivinson Memorial Hospital. The departures come as the hospital has already identified a need to recruit one full-time internist. Fitzgerald said there’s no minimizing the loss. But he says the hospital is in a better position to offer specialized care in many areas than in the past. In addition, Campbell County Health also has been increasing efforts recently to recruit family medicine doctors.
- Bill extends federal help to rural water systems - DENVER (AP) — Senators from Colorado, Wyoming and Montana are co-sponsoring a bill to re-authorize training and other assistance for rural water providers. Colorado Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet said Wednesday the bill will renew the Environmental Protection Agency’s technical assistance to small utilities to comply with the Save Drinking Water Act. The bill would renew the assistance for six years. It’s called the Grassroots Rural and Small Community Water Systems Assistance Act Other sponsors include Republicans John Barrasso and Mike Enzi of Wyoming and Democrat Jon Tester of Montana. The bill has a dozen other co-sponsors.
- Search for missing Casper woman continues - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Casper police say they continue to actively investigate the disappearance of a 61-year-old woman last seen in October. Lt. Chris Hadlock says tips in the search for Kristi Richardson have slowed down, but he says police will check out leads no matter how old the case is. Police have talked to several “persons of interest” but have no suspects. Richardson’s family is offering a $45,000 reward for information leading to her location. Richardson went missing Oct. 7 after workers at her trucking business said she didn’t show up for work. Stains found on her bed that day are being tested at the state crime lab. Police are not calling the case a criminal investigation but say Richardson disappeared under “suspicious circumstances.”
- North Platte flushing pushed back a week amid ice concern - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Water levels will rise significantly in part of the North Platte River later this month during a flushing operation to help trout. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has asked the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation to temporarily increase flows out of Gray Reef Reservoir southeast of Casper. The higher flow rate originally was scheduled to begin this coming Monday but concern about ice in the river has postponed the flushing until March 16. The purpose of the 10-day operation is to maintain fish spawning habitat and the invertebrates that fish eat. Each day from 3-9 a.m., flows will increase from 500 to 4,000 cubic feet per second before gradually decreasing back to 500. The department says people along the river should be aware of the fluctuations and stay safe.