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- Riverton, Wyo. man accused of weekend homicide - (RIVERTON, Wyo.) A suspect is in custody for a weekend murder of a Riverton man, and violent assault on a woman near Riverton. Undersheriff Ryan Lee said 22 year old Jeremiah Shull of Riverton is being held in the Fremont County Detention Center. He is alleged to be responsible for the death of a 27 year old Riverton man, as well as a violent assault against a 29 year old Riverton woman. The Homicide was reported to the Sheriff’s Office at 5:34AM yesterday (Sunday) morning at a residence north of Riverton on Little Valley Court. Lee said Shull is alleged to have broken into the home through a window and attacked the two victims as they slept in bed. Shull is alleged to have attacked the male subject numerous times with an edged weapon; he died as a result of those injuries prior to the arrival of Law Enforcement. Shull is also alleged ...
- Fremont County collects lodging tax - (Lander, Wyo) – This past year Fremont County collected $634,000 from the lodging tax. While 75% of this is spent to market Wind River Country to tourists through the Wind River Visitors Council, the other 25% is given back to the communities where it is collected to help them do local promotions. Lander, Dubois, Riverton, Shoshoni and Hudson, members of the Joint Powers Board that formed the Wind River Visitors Council in the late 1980s, receive their portion of the lodging tax as part of the Tourism Asset Development, or TAD, program. Much of the TAD lodging revenue is then given out as grants to promote local events and support community marketing. “No matter how you slice it—our 4 percent lodging tax is a good thing,” said Brian Fabel, Lander Chamber of Commerce Director. “In Lander, more than $12,000 was awarded to organizations hosting activities that bring people to Fremont County. When ...
- Wyoming Medicare costs expected to drop - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Federal officials say Wyoming residents on Medicare are expected to pay $1.5 million less than expected for health care in 2015 under the Affordable Care Act. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services says the act has already helped slow the growth of health-care costs under Medicare, especially the cost for prescription drugs. The agency says that through June Medicare recipients in Wyoming saved nearly $17 million on prescription drugs as a result of the act. The premiums that Medicare recipients pay for prescription drugs are expected to stay low in 2015.
- 2012 fatal helicopter crash cause still unknown - JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — Federal investigators haven’t found any obvious mechanical deficiencies or failures that may have caused a rescue helicopter to crash two years ago in Teton County. Teton County Search and Rescue volunteer Ray Shriver died in the February 2012 crash. The National Transportation Safety Board released its report on the crash earlier this month. Several possible causes of the crash were ruled out, including engine failure or damage. The helicopter crashed during a search for a fatally injured snowmobiler in the Togwotee Pass area. The pilot and another rescue volunteer were injured. A final report on the investigation will be released later.
- After-school program to continue in Laramie - LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — The Laramie Community Recreation Center has reduced the number of caregivers to the School Age Child Care program after going over budget by about $25,000. The program has about 40 children. It was staffed by as many as seven part-time employees. Parks and Recreation director Paul Harrison says four caregivers will still be watching over the children. More caregivers could be hired if the program’s enrollment increases.
- Casper psych hospital to take Cheyenne juveniles - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Laramie County juveniles in need of court-ordered inpatient mental health care can be transferred to the Wyoming Behavioral Institute in Casper. The county and Cheyenne Regional Medical Center reached an agreement with Natrona County and the Casper psychiatric hospital. Laramie County Attorney Mark Voss says federal guidelines require mental health facilities to have separate areas for juveniles and adults and the Casper psychiatric hospital is the only such facility in the state. Cheyenne Regional typically sees between three and six juveniles per week in need of psychiatric help. Voss says in the past, medical staff had to handcraft some solution for the patient, which has included sending them out of state or putting them in another wing of the hospital. The juveniles’ parents are also involved in the hospitalization decision.