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  • Crashes near Rawlins, Thermopolis kill man, woman - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Highway Patrol is investigating two crashes that killed a woman near Rawlins and a man near Thermopolis. Sgt. David Wagener says 61-year-old Jacob Linn was riding his motorcycle on U.S. Highway 20 south of Thermopolis on Thursday when he went off the side of the road on a curve and hit a guardrail. The Thermopolis man, who was not wearing a helmet, died at the scene. On Sunday, 64-year-old Linda Brantner, of Bairoil, died when the pickup she was driving hydroplaned on U.S. 287 north of Rawlins and crashed into an oncoming Jeep. Two people in the Jeep were injured. Investigators believe speed and the condition of Brantner’s tires played a role in the crash.
  • 2 killed, 4 injured in head-on crash in south-central Mont. - BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Two people were killed and four were injured in a head-on crash on U.S. 310 in south-central Montana. The Montana Highway Patrol says a northbound Chevy Malibu driven by a 66-year-old man from Mercer Island, Washington, crossed into the southbound lane near Bridger and collided head-on with a Pontiac driven by a 29-year-old man from Powell, Wyoming at about 3 p.m. Monday. A 67-year-old Mercer Island woman in the Malibu and a 23-year-old Powell man in the Pontiac were killed. A 32-year-old Seattle woman in the Malibu was critically injured and taken to a Billings hospital. The driver of the Malibu and a 24-year-old female passenger, also from Mercer Island, were taken to the hospital in Red Lodge, as was the driver of the Pontiac. The cause of the collision is under investigation. The victims’ names haven’t been released.
  • The 22nd International Climber’s Festival is in Lander - (LANDER, Wyo.)   The International Climbers’ Festival starts tomorrow in Lander (July8). The festival is a five-day rock climbing festival that brings together hundreds of people from across the country to Lander. The event includes rock climbing clinics, speakers, and activities for climbers of all ages. Most of the events will be held in Lander, however there are also a few climbing events in Sink Canyon.
  • Nonprofit agrees to purchase long-shuttered Bighorn ski hill - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A nonprofit group has agreed to purchase a long-shuttered ski area in the Bighorn Mountains from the U.S. Forest Service for $275,000. The seven-member nonprofit board of the Antelope Butte Foundation bought the approximately 250 acres of skiable land in June. The foundation has until mid-August to pay the first installment of $55,000. Subsequent payments are due in March and November of next year. Foundation Executive Director Jamie Schectman says the ski area closed in 2004 and the Forest Service was talking about dismantling the ski area. Foundation members say it could take as much as $4.3 million to begin operating on the 9,400-foot peak. They hope to open Antelope Butte in December 2016.
  • Grand Teton park warns visitors about grizzly bear traps - JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — Grizzly bear trapping at Grand Teton National Park will continue through July 12 and officials are asking visitors to stay alert. The Interagency Grizzly Bear Study Team has been trapping bears since May 6 as part of a conservation effort to keep tabs on the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem’s grizzly population. A park news release says the traps are being placed away from trails and campsites and are marked with warning signs to keep people out. The interagency effort has been studying grizzlies since 1973 and is made up of federal agencies, tribal fish and game departments as well as the states of Idaho, Montana and Wyoming.
  • Former Laramie taxi driver sentenced to prison - LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — A former Laramie taxi driver who allegedly drove drunk and injured his passenger has been sentenced to at least six years in prison. 63-year-old James Rollman was sentenced Monday to serve six to nine years in prison. He had pleaded guilty to driving under the influence. Rollman was arrested in March following an accident in which his passenger suffered a neck fracture and was hospitalized. During Rollman’s arraignment in April, a prosecuting attorney said Rollman’s blood alcohol was more than twice the blood alcohol limit for commercial drivers in Wyoming. At Rollman’s sentencing, the victim said the injury caused him great stress both socially and financially. Rollman said he was sorry that someone else got hurt because of his actions.



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