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- Shawna Dawn Filman obituary - Shawna Dawn Filman Shawna Filman died November 26, 2015 at the University of Colorado Hospital with her family at her side, following a lengthy illness. She was 44 years old. Cremation has taken place and a memorial service will be held at the Chapel of Mount Hope at the Hudson’s Funeral Home on December 5, 2015 at 1:00 PM, with pastor Wayne King presiding. A gathering of remembrance will follow at the Lander Rural Fire station 2 in Milford. Shawna Dawn Garner was born on February 19, 1971 in Pawhuska, Oklahoma to Sean and Sharon Garner. Her family moved to Lander in 1978. She graduated from the Lander Valley High School in 1989. In 1990 she married Richard “Rick” Filman, who had been her high school sweetheart. They had three sons, Joshua, Thomas and Austin. Shawna worked as a homemaker, retail sales and child daycare. Her family was the most special thing ...
- Delean McOmie Bindl obituary - Delean Ann McOmie Bindl, 68, of Lander, Wyoming died on November 24, 2015 in Casper, Wyoming. Funeral Services will be held at 1:00pm, Wednesday December 2nd at the Chapel of Mount Hope Hudson’s Funeral Home. A visitation will be held from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, December 1st, at the Chapel of Mount Hope Hudson’s Funeral Home. Delean was born September 27, 1947 to Delbert J McOmie and Willia Jean Jones in Lander, Wyoming. Delean was a member of the Choir in High School and she participated in Pep Club; she graduated in 1966. She was a cook, and was an accounting secretary. Delean enjoyed working for The Lander Pioneer Museum with Tom Bell, Henry Hudson, and Jean Mathison-Haugen. She enjoyed her time looking into the “Cattle Kate” story. She loved swimming in Thermopolis with her family. She loved watching the Hallmark Channel, playing cards; going and supporting her grandkids ...
- 1st large-scale exercise set in military training area - BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Military airplanes are taking to the skies this week for the first large-scale exercise in a training area over the Northern Plains. The exercise in the 35,000-square-mile Powder River Training Complex is Wednesday and Thursday. Bombers, fighter jets and refueling tankers will be practicing maneuvers in the airspace over the Dakotas, Montana and Wyoming. The FAA in March approved quadrupling the training airspace, making it the largest over the continental U.S. The move came over the objections of some people in the region who worry about disruptions. Ellsworth Air Force Base spokesman Master Sgt. John Barton said this week’s exercise won’t involve supersonic speeds, so it will be less noisy.
- UW Foundation policy change could raise more funds - LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — The University of Wyoming Foundation is looking to get more investment income out of its money languishing in various accounts. UW Vice President of Administration Bill Mai says certain funds designed to various colleges around campus are currently going unused and are not earning much interest. Foundation President Ben Blalock told the UW Board of Trustees that the accounts normally do not create much interest because the funds are designed to be accessed easily. A policy change in the works would put that underused money into a larger, intermediate-period investment to maximize investment returns. The money would be available for the college or program when needed.
- Economic downturn hits Wyoming counties - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — The downturn in Wyoming’s economy is causing many county commissions to freeze hiring, ban travel, scale back construction projects and consider dipping into savings accounts. Pete Obermueller, of the Wyoming County Commissioners Association, says with crude prices almost half of what they were a year ago, almost all of Wyoming’s 23 counties have been hit hard or will have to make tough choices next year. The Wyoming County Commissioners Association and the Wyoming Association of Municipalities sent a letter to Gov. Matt Mead that acknowledged the state is in the same revenue shortfall predicament. But representatives from the groups asked the governor to keep some funding intact in his budget recommendations. In many areas of the state, local government is a top employer.
- Former prison guard files discrimination lawsuit - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A former prison guard has filed a lawsuit against the Wyoming State Penitentiary in Rawlins and the Wyoming Department of Corrections. Pierre Hardin contends in his lawsuit that he experienced racial discrimination and harassment while working as a corrections officer. Hardin contends prison staff allowed him to be bullied and retaliated against because he stood up to the “good ole boy” system and is a hard-working black man. Hardin says he was wrongfully fired after one incident because of his race. He filed the complaint in the U.S. District Court of Wyoming last month. Corrections Department spokesman Mark Horan declined to comment on the lawsuit.