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EAGLEKDLY/KOVE – Fremont Broadcasting

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  • Central Wyoming College honors Dr. Jo Anne Mc Farland - (RIVERTON, Wyo.)  Central Wyoming College will honor past President Dr. Jo Anne Mc Farland by naming the new Allied Health and Science Building after her as well as establishing a scholarship with the CWC Foundation for future students.   Dr. McFarland began working at CWC as an adjunct faculty member in 1970 when the college was just a few years old.  She moved up the ranks from instructor to professor, from Division Chair to Dean of the College.  She was named Wyoming’s first female college president in March 1989 and served through June 2014 after 25 years in the position.   In addition to her local leadership, Dr. Mc Farland also made an impact on a statewide level.  She served as the chair of the Wyoming Community College Presidents Council, president of the Wyoming Community College Deans Council, and was appointed to the Wyoming Economics and Education Task Force to name just a few.  ...
  • Elderly man found dead on 4X4 road in Fremont County - (LANDER, Wyo.)  An 80 year old Fremont County man was found dead at the scene of a one vehicle roll over on the Cedar Rim Road Monday afternoon. A passerby located a 2008 Toyota Truck off the roadway and subsequently found the deceased victim nearby. Deputies investigating the collision, reported the Toyota was travelling east on the Cedar Rim Road about 3.8 miles from the Sand Draw Road, Wyoming Highway 135, when the wreck occurred. For unknown reasons, the vehicle veered off the right side of the road and then crossed back over to the left side of the road, before overturning three and one half times. The driver and sole occupant of the vehicle was not restrained and was ejected during the rollover. Cedar Rim Road is a BLM two track road that runs east to west on the top side of Beaver Rim, just a few miles from the Sweetwater Rest Area. ...
  • 3 charged in Wind River murder plead not guilty - WIND RIVER RESERVATION (AP) — Three people have pleaded not guilty in the stabbing death of a man on the Wind River Indian Reservation. James Whiteplume, Susan Chippewa and Byron Spoonhunter pleaded not guilty Monday to first-degree murder and aiding and abetting in the June 2nd death of Jared Little Whiteman. According to court records, a witness told FBI agents that Little Whiteman was tied to a chair and questioned about drugs and money at a trailer on the reservation. The witness said Little Whiteman was later taken to a back room. Whiteplume is accused of holding Little Whiteman down while Chippewa and Spoonhunter stabbed him. An autopsy found the victim was stabbed more than 40 times.
  • Wyoming jobless rate unchanged over month - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming’s unemployment rate held steady at 4.7 percent in October. While the rate is unchanged from September, it is up slightly from last year’s October rate of 4.5 percent. The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services says the state jobless remains well below the national rate of 5.8 percent. The agency says unemployment numbers usually rise slightly from September to October because of cooler weather and the end of the summer tourist season. Teton and Lincoln counties had the highest unemployment rates in October at 5.2 percent. They were followed by Fremont at 5.1 percent and Big Horn at 4.8 percent. The lowest rates were found in Converse at 3 percent, Campbell at 3.1 percent, and Sublette and Niobrara both at 3.2 percent.
  • Company proposes to drill up to 1,500 oil wells - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A Houston oil company is proposing to drill up to 1,500 oil wells along the Campbell-Converse county line in northeast Wyoming. EOG Resources submitted its plans to the U.S. Bureau of Land Management to drill in a nearly 120,000-acre area between Wright and Bill. It seeks to develop 150 wells annually for 10 years and seeks an exemption from seasonal drilling restrictions aimed at protecting a rare type of hawk. The BLM must complete an environmental study before signing off on the proposal. BLM is expected to officially announce scoping for the EOG study by early next year. Scoping is the first step in the government’s analysis and sets the outline of the study. Environmental studies generally take several years to complete.
  • Supreme Court takes up Montana coal tax dispute - BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Montana tax authorities will appear before the state Supreme Court Tuesday to argue a Wyoming mining company owes $3.4 million for selling coal to an affiliate at less than market value. State officials says Cloud Peak Energy of Gillette undervalued coal it sold between 2005 and 2007 and paid too little in taxes as a result. State district Judge Jeffrey Sherlock ruled in favor of Cloud Peak last year. At issue is whether coal should be valued for tax purposes at the time the fuel is mined and shipped or, as Cloud Peak argues, when a sales agreement is executed. Selling coal through affiliates is a common industry practice that’s come under scrutiny as state and federal regulators investigate whether companies are underpaying royalties on coal shipped to Asia.



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