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CJ Baker

Faces 13 charges; uncooperative in court

Facing three felonies, 10 misdemeanors and the prospect of a lengthy stint behind bars for allegedly selling prescription drugs and leading police on a high-speed chase, Robert J. Pedro treated a Wednesday court hearing as if it was a joke.

A Cody man allegedly led several police officers on a high-speed chase through Ralston and Powell before crashing on the Willwood Sunday afternoon.

If figuring out how to pay for the education of Wyoming’s children is the 800-pound gorilla in the room, it’s been concerning to watch some lawmakers and school leaders painting that gorilla into a corner.

Couple claimed school staffers ‘plotted’ to have their child taken away

A judge has tossed out a Clark couple’s lawsuit, which alleged Powell school district officials conspired to take away their child last year.

With some citizen help, Powell police corralled a couple stray sheep at Homesteader Park last week.

Though theft comes in several different varieties, it all generally fits into one simple definition: You betray someone’s trust and take something that doesn’t belong to you.

Two men charged with felonies

A weekend altercation between two Powell men culminated in one opening fire on the other’s truck in the Willwood area, authorities say.

After years of subsidizing the Cody library’s cafe with thousands of taxpayer dollars, Park County leaders say it may be time to turn the Biblio Bistro over to a private business.

Summer brings not just warmth and long, beautiful days to the region; the hotter temperatures also bring a certain amount of unease as area skies become hazy with smoke.

Prosecutors have charged two Wyoming men with animal cruelty, alleging the men did not do enough to rescue three horses after they got loose in the Shoshone National Forest last fall. One of the horses reportedly died over the winter.

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