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Canyon County Commissioner Craig Hanson has apologized in a letter to members of the Caldwell mayor's staff and others who "were unintentionally offended" during a May 19 incident that has been reported to the police.
Police suspect alcohol in a crash involving an SUV and bicyclist in downtown Casper.
A former bookkeeper at a southwest Idaho organization has been sentenced to 90 days in jail and 10 years on probation for stealing $50,000 from her employer.
Organizers are hoping to raise $150,000 in order to give a southern Indiana church a steeple replicating one that was a sign of freedom to fugitive slaves during the Civil War.
A Natrona County Juvenile Detention Center employee accused of altering detainee records has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge.
Wyoming wants federal officials to allow schools labeled as needing improvement to provide tutoring and remedial help to students.
The CEO of a Kentucky-based company says he's going to buck the coal industry's downward trend by opening a new mine northwest of Sheridan in 2016.
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Shoshoni School recently went dark for a day and half when an old transformer croaked.