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Diamondville man gets 10-20 years for sexual assault

Posted: Tuesday, Mar 3rd, 2015
Pioneer Managing Editor

EVANSTON -- A Diamondville man who was facing six counts of child sex abuse was sentenced on Feb. 11, after striking a plea deal with the Uinta County Attorney's Office.
James Robert Pope pled guilty to two felony counts of sexual abuse of a minor in the second degree. Third District Court

Wyoming lawmakers consider raises for themselves

Posted: Tuesday, Mar 3rd, 2015
CHEYENNE (AP) -- A bill before the state Legislature would give lawmakers a $25-a-day pay increase, starting in 2019.
Senate File 116 would increase daily salaries for legislators from $150 to $175.
The proposal is being considered at a time when the state's revenue forecast is lackluster. Many funding requests have been denied. But some lawmakers believe there is value

Glause confirms Wyomingites impacted by Anthem security breach

Posted: Monday, Mar 2nd, 2015
CHEYENNE-- Wyoming Insurance Commissioner Tom Glause announced he was informed by Anthem Inc. (Anthem) that over 53,000 Wyoming citizens were impacted by its recent data security breach.
Information containing individual and dependent names, addresses, social security numbers and birth dates was compromised. Anthem has indicated it will be sending a letter to anyone affected, so people should closely watch

Valley man charged with six sex crimes

Posted: Friday, Feb 27th, 2015
Pioneer Managing Editor

EVANSTON -- A Bridger Valley man was arraigned Tuesday on charges related to incest.
The man, who was born in 1972 and whose identity has not been released to protect the alleged victim, faces two felony counts of sexual abuse of a minor in the first degree, three felony counts of sexual

WDE released fall enrollment

Posted: Wednesday, Feb 25th, 2015
Pioneer Editor

CHEYENNE -- School enrollment in Wyoming has topped the 93,000 mark according to information released by the Wyoming Department of Education.
The figures were released last week and showed an increase of 1,085 students for the 2014-15 fall enrolment putting the statewide total at 93,303.
As for the districts in Uinta County, Uinta

Valley residents ace Dancing with the Stars

Posted: Monday, Feb 23rd, 2015
By Shay Blood
Herald Reporter

EVANSTON -- Two Valley residents, Heidi Gregory and Brian Hooten, took top honors at the Dancing with the Stars held in Evanston last week.
Heidi Gregory, along with her partner/instructor Andre, who was originally from Oregon and is currently with the Utah Ballroom Dance Company.
"I was shocked," Gregory said. "I didn't expect

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