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EAGLEKDLY/KOVE – Fremont Broadcasting

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EAGLESKOVE 1330 AM and 107.7 FM, featuring only the BEST in country music — and has for over 60 years



KDLY 97.5 FM Plays the hot music from the 60’s through the 80’s.



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  • Burned baby’s mom sentenced to up to 2 years in jail - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A Casper woman will spend up to two years in jail for knowingly leaving her 14-month-old daughter with a roommate who’d abused the girl in the past. 24-year-old Bobbi Humphreys was sentenced Thursday for two counts of felony child endangerment with methamphetamine and one count of misdemeanor child endangering. Humphreys says she used meth the day she brought her daughter to the hospital. She returned home to find Stephanie Shirts had held the girl down, burned her face with a pan, shook her, and nearly suffocated her with a blanket. Shirts pleaded guilty to her charges in February. Police began investigating when hospital workers reported bruises on the girl’s face, abdomen, pelvis and legs, as well as a brain bleed and bleeding in her eyes.
  • Vehicle hits, kills man working on disabled truck along I-80 - WAMSUTTER, Wyo. (AP) — Authorities say a 32-year-old man who was working on a disabled truck in the emergency lane of Interstate 80 in southern Wyoming was killed when he was struck by a commercial vehicle. The Wyoming Highway Patrol says Aleksandr Kozak, of Sacramento, California was hit by a vehicle that crossed onto the shoulder of the highway about 20 miles west of Wamsutter on Wednesday morning. Sgt. David Wagener says the driver of the commercial vehicle, 48-year-old Edward Barrowes, of Salt Lake City, has been charged with involuntary manslaughter, improper lane use and driving while ill or fatigued.
  • Man found dead near cabin on South Pass - (LANDER, Wyo.)  Longtime Lander resident and former Lander Police Lieutenant Don Metzger was found dead at his cabin on South Pass on Thursday. Metzger had apparently been working on a solar charging system for the cabin and may have gotten shocked by the system and then fell from the roof. Metzger was found by a friend who went to the cabin to check on him when he failed to return home Wednesday night. The Fremont County Coroner is investigating the cause of death.
  • Teen boy escapes injury in serious accident - (LANDER, Wyo.)  A 16 year old boy from Lander escaped serious injury when the vehicle he was driving rolled on Baldwin Creek Road near Lander. According to a Sheriff’s deputy, the 16 year old was on his way to school yesterday (Friday) morning when he became distracted by a loose coffee cup lid.  When he looked back at the road he discovered he was about to drive off the road, over corrected and the vehicle went into the oncoming lane, rolling off the other side of the road and landing in a ditch on the driver’s side about 20 feet off the road. He climbed out the passenger window and got a ride into town to report the accident.
  • Prosecutor questions slow pace of death penalty appeal - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Lawyers for a Wyoming inmate want an appeals court to give them 14 months to file a brief appealing a recent order that state prosecutors may again seek the death penalty against him. U.S. District Judge Alan B. Johnson last year overturned the death sentence for 70-year-old inmate Dale Wayne Eaton. Eaton was convicted in 2004 of murdering 18-year-old Lisa Marie Kimmell of Billings, Montana. Johnson ruled state prosecutors could ask another jury to sentence Eaton to death or keep him in prison for life. Eaton’s lawyers have appealed to a higher court in Denver. The Wyoming attorney general’s office argues Eaton’s lawyers should get only 60 days to file their brief. Casper District Attorney Mike Blonigen originally prosecuted Eaton. He questions why Eaton’s lawyers would need so much time.
  • University of Wyoming replaces last dean after 2013 shake-up - LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — The University of Wyoming chose an alumnus to take over as dean of its College of Education come fall. The hire was fourth in a list of vacancies the school filled after a rocky presidency under Bob Sternberg ended in 2013. Ray Reutzel is a Utah State University early childhood education professor who graduated from the UW in 1976. He starts July 6, taking over for Kay Persichitte, who was asked to resign in the wake of Sternberg’s departure. University officials can now look at hiring President Dick McGinity’s replacement, who said he wouldn’t stay on after his contract expires next summer.



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