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January 23
Wyoming News Report

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Wyoming is hardware drive safe. Wyoming. In another blow to the economics of Cody CertainTeed. Gypsum will shutter their doors, lay off dozens of employees and list their property for sale. Plant manager said that a consistent decline in demand for their product is the driving factor in their decision when they describe as most unfortunate and.

[00:00:25] Extremely difficult. Employees were notified last week of the impending closure as well as contractors and BNSF railway, who the plant relied on for shipping managers with CertainTeed, as well as local elected officials have vowed to provide as much assistance to unemployed workers as possible.

[00:00:44] Manufacturing in Northern Wyoming has taken a big hit in the last couple of years following the closure of another plant. Cody labs. Dennis cling bell convicted of first degree murder and the killing of his wife, Donna, is appealing his sentence. Cling bell 77 has maintained that the shooting was an accident, but prosecutors argued that the act was done.

[00:01:06] Purposely and with premeditated malice in all fell clean. Bell owned millions of dollars of properties at the time of the killing. Those assets have been frozen and he requested a taxpayer funded attorney to handle this appeal or request approved by district court judge bill Simpson. What’s it like to kill someone?

[00:01:27] Emptiness. Painful. It doesn’t seem real. There was no intent. It was never supposed to happen. You don’t go out to kill someone. I keep seeing her head coming through the windshield. I’m so very sorry. There’s nothing I can do to make it better. Please don’t drink and drive. It doesn’t change the fact that I’m a killer.

[00:01:47] This is Cody bears with Y. Dot. A killer is a killer. Never, ever drink and drive. ACE is the place with the helpful hardware folks. Most jobs take a few steps to complete what they shouldn’t take, or a few thousand actual steps roaming through a big warehouse. Instead, make a quick trip to ACE. Our neighborhood stores have the quality brands you trust with local experts giving the advice you rely on.

[00:02:13] So ACE can help you every step along the way. Your Powell ACE has all the supplies you need to get your yard ready for winter. Talk to the friendly staff at your ACE hardware in downtown Powell. A Wyoming town has settled a civil rights lawsuit filed by a former town employee who accused his supervisor of allegedly calling him racial slurs before firing him.

[00:02:35] That town of Evansville will pay $90,000 to former employee Roy messiness. attorney Megan Hayes filed a request to dismiss the case on the basis of the settlement official, say the settlement does not require the town to acknowledge wrongdoing. Evansville mayor Jennifer Sorenson says the alleged discrimination dates to 2013 and none of the people involved still work for the town.

[00:03:02] A Wyoming man pleaded guilty to taking more than $30,000 from the boy Scouts while he was a scout master. Jason Ray Barnum 42 of Gillette pleaded guilty to three counts of theft for using bank account information. To steal money from the boy Scouts that they received from donations and fundraising events.

[00:03:23] Barnum also pleaded guilty to one count of obtaining goods by false pretenses for taking $122,573 from a 76 year old Gillette woman. Court documents say. Barnum requested and received money from the woman on 46 occasions promising to pay it back with an inheritance that did not exist. As part of a plea agreement, Barnum must pay $10,000 to the woman before his sentencing, which is scheduled for March.

[00:03:52] Fifth prosecutors are expected to recommend a sentence of three to five years in prison to be served concurrently. Each of the theft counts. Prosecutors are also expected to recommend a suspended sentence of five to 10 years in prison for the fraud charge, followed by 10 years of supervised probation.

[00:04:12] This look at Wyoming used was brought to us by ACE hardware of bell and drive safe Wyoming for Kate pow news. I’m Russ Graham.

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