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Christopher Town
Cheyenne Police Department
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High Court Upholds Christopher Town Sentence

The Wyoming Supreme Court has upheld a 75-year prison sentence for a Cheyenne man who shot his estranged wife in front of their 10-year-old daughter.

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Wyoming HIghway Patrol
Wyoming HIghway Patrol
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Wyoming Highway Patrol Commissions Seven

Seven new Wyoming Highway Patrol officers were sworn in by Wyoming Supreme Court Justice William Hill on November 6th.

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Cindy Hill
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Cindy Hill: Should Have Focused More On Legislature

Outgoing State Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill says she "regrets not focusing more on the legislature" during her term in office.

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Pro Bono Week proclamation
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Governor Mead Proclaims “Pro Bono” Week in Wyoming

Governor Matt Mead has declared this week "Pro Bono Week" in Wyoming.

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Amy Richards, Townsquare Media
Amy Richards, Townsquare Media
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Why We Should Not Allow Moose To Reside At The Court Building In Cheyenne

Cheyenne had a moose wonder onto the lawn of the Supreme Court Building on Capital Ave. Here are some reasons why we should not allow them to stay.

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Judge Tom Lee
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Judge Tom Lee Sworn In Monday

Lee replaced Judge Catherine Rogers who was appointed to the District Court.

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Wyoming Supreme Court
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Government Can Refuse Public Inspection of Some Documents In Wyoming

The Wyoming Supreme Court says government officials can withhold some documents they relied on in reaching final decisions on policy matters.

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Governor Matt Mead
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Governor Denies Stalling Hill’s Return

Mead notes Hill rejected an offer to return while the courts decide on five issues the state is still contesting in regard to management of the department.

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Wyoming Supreme Court
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Hotel Booking Companies Must Pay Full Sales Tax In Wyoming

The Wyoming Supreme Court has ruled that online hotel booking companies are subject to Wyoming's full sales tax on lodging services.

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Cindy Hill
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Hill: Mead Using Courts To Delay Return

She also says the governor is using the attorney general's office to ask for more hearings when the high court ruling should have settled the issue.

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