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On the Record / August 8, 2014
New York
The New York State Supreme Court Appellate Division Fourth Department recently presented the Hon. Michael F. Dillon Attorneys for Children Award to Jeffrey P. Markello of Sakowski & Markello in Elma. The departmental advisory committee selected Markello in recognition of his vigorous advocacy on behalf of children in the Eighth Judicial District, including Erie and Wyoming counties.
August 07 2014
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One mistake on the road leaves one man dead and another injured in Wyoming yesterday. Read More »
August 07 2014
Environmental Group Challenges Denied
Attorney General Marty Jackley announced today that the United States Circuit Court of Appeals has affirmed Colorado and Wyoming Federal District Court decisions denying environmental group challenges to the Black Hills Forest Plans, including the mountain pine beetle infestation.
August 07 2014
Appeals court upholds forest management plan
Denver, Colorado
PIERRE, S.D. (AP) - South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley says a federal appeals court has upheld a management plan for the Black Hills National Forest. Jackley says the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver has affirmed federal court decisions in Colorado and Wyoming denying challenges ...
August 05 2014
Utah appeals to U.S. Supreme Court on gay marriage
Frances Burns WASHINGTON, Aug. 5 (UPI) -- Utah asked the U.S. Supreme Court to reverse a judge's ruling that its constitutional amendment banning same-sex marrige violates the U.S. Constitution.
August 05 2014
5 Things to Know in Montana for Aug. 5
Your daily look at news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today.
August 05 2014
Gosar plans to ‘hustle’ for governor; Democratic candidate said he feels issues will make him a
Hustle. That’s a word Pete Gosar repeats over and over. It’s the key to a Democrat winning in heavily Republican Wyoming, Gosar said during a stop at the Park County Fair in Powell July 21. More than three times as many voters in the state, 166,723, are registered Republicans, compared to 52,956 Democrats, as of July 1, according to the Wyoming Secretary of State’s Office. Gosar said he will ...
August 05 2014
Protest planned at ABQ Hobby Lobby
ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – Demonstrators say they’re planning another protest at an Albuquerque Hobby Lobby. They’re protesting a U.S. Supreme Cou…
August 05 2014
Wyoming's gay marriage case still alive
Wake, Virginia
CHEYENNE - Advocates for same-sex marriage in Wyoming didn't get exactly what they wanted in a courtroom here on Tuesday. But they still managed something of a victory as their lawsuit against the state continues.
July 30 2014
Independent contractor status depends on satisfying 3 part test
(7/28) For the first time, the Wyoming Supreme Court has interpreted the three-part test in the Wyoming Workers' Compensation Act that's used to determine whether a worker qualifies as an independent contractor.
July 28 2014
Amid coal uncertainty, Wyoming school construction funds projected to waver
When a company wants to dig for coal in Wyoming, it pays a one-time competitive fee to help its bid stand out from what is usually a crowd of companies vying for the right to mine.
July 27 2014
Amid coal uncertainty, school construction funds projected to waver
When a company wants to dig for coal in Wyoming, it pays a one-time competitive fee to help its bid stand out from what is usually a crowd of companies vying for the right to mine.
July 27 2014
Jury awards $5.1 million to Wyoming man injured in oil field
A Wyoming jury awarded a 26-year-old oil field worker $5.2 million for an injury he sustained while working in 2011, according to documents from Sweetwater County District Court.
July 24 2014
Spence Law Firm LLC: Jury Awards Wyo. Man $5.1 Million for Oil Field Injuries
The legal team for Blake Horr, of Douglas, Wyo., alleged that he sustained serious and permanent injuries on April 11, 2011 in a "work-over operation" at a Merit Energy-controlled, owned and operated well site at the Lost Soldier Unit in Bairoil, Wyo. Evidence was presented in the District Court of Sweetwater County that Merit's "company man" ordered Mr. Horr's crew to perform maintenance ...
July 24 2014
Following Hobby Lobby Decision, 6 Catholic Groups, Wheaton College Win Relief from Contraception Ma
Cheyenne, wyoming
Following the Supreme Court's 5-4 decision to allow Hobby Lobby to not cover certain types of birth control on religious grounds, six Catholic organization and Wheaton College have also gained relief from a Health and Human Services mandate which would have forced them to provide employees with contraception.
July 09 2014
After Hobby Lobby Decision, Federal Court Grants Catholic Network Relief From Birth Control Mandate
Following the U.S. Supreme Court decision on Hobby Lobby, an Alabama-based Catholic television network was given relief from the federal government's "preventive services" mandate.
July 02 2014
Wyoming Catholic groups get healthcare injunction
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Roman Catholic organizations in Wyoming secured a court order Monday blocking, at least for now, a provision of the federal Affordable Care Act requiring them to take steps to allow hundreds of employees to secure contraception and abortion services. The organizations had asked the ...
July 02 2014
Heart Mountain Japanese draft resisters’ pain brought to light
New York
Guilty until proven guilty seemed to be the verdict for 63 Japanese Americans who resisted the military draft to protest their confinement at Heart Mountain Relocation Center during World War II. The Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation presented a public reading and discussion of “Heart Mountain: Conscience, Loyalty, and the Constitution,” a scripted re-enactment Thursday night in Cody. Two of the ...
July 01 2014
For first time, federal appeals court rules gay couples have constitutional right to marry
Boulder, Wyoming
DENVER — A federal appeals court ruled for the first time Wednesday that gay couples have a constitutional right to marry, extending the movement's legal winning streak and bringing the issue a big step closer to the U.S. Supreme Court.
June 30 2014
Federal appeals court says gay couples have right to marry
Boulder, Wyoming
Decision by 3-judge panel in Denver becomes law in 6 states; Utah says it may appeal directly to Supreme Court
June 30 2014
Texas slow to move those with disabilities out of institutions
Georgia also struggles to move the developmentally disabled out of state hospitals and into community residences, and in Wyoming, cuts are leaving some disabled people with fewer opportunities to get care.
June 24 2014
Navajo water rights settlement challenged
Three lawmakers say Legislature should have approved deal
June 10 2014
Water allocation suit turned down
The New Mexico Supreme Court has given a quick "no" to a group of state legislators who had asked th ...
June 10 2014
Obama unveils rules to reduce power plants' pollution by 30 percent
Click for larger image Power plants are the largest single source of carbon pollution, accounting for nearly 40 percent of the emissions that cause climate change. Credit: Kodda/ The Obama administration today unveiled historic environment rules cutting carbon pollution from power plants by 30 percent, spurring prospects for a global deal to end climate change but setting up an ...
June 10 2014
Wyoming Woman Alice Uden, 75, Convicted of 2nd-Degree Murder
A 75-year-old Missouri woman accused of shooting her husband in Wyoming almost 40 years ago was found guilty of second-degree murder Thursday in a case that hinged on whether jurors believed her claim she was defending their 2-year-old daughter.
May 27 2014
No quick verdict for Missouri woman, 75, accused in husband's death in Wyoming
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Jurors found a 75-year-old Missouri woman accused of killing her husband in Wyoming almost 40 years ago guilty of second-degree murder Thursday in a case that hinged on whether they believed she acted to defend her 2-year-old daughter.
May 27 2014
Jury deliberating in 1970s Wyoming shooting death
Jurors have begun deliberating in the trial of a 75-year-old Missouri woman accused of killing her husband in Wyoming in the mid-1970s.
May 27 2014
Jury Convicts 75-Year-Old Alice Uden Of Murdering Husband 40 Years Ago
Jury Convicts 75-Year-Old Alice Uden Of Murdering Husband 40 Years Ago Jury Convicts 75-Year-Old Woman for Murdering Husband Nation Has Been Optimized A Wyoming jury convicted a 75-year-old woman of second-degree murder on Thursday in the shooting death of her husband that occurred 40 years ago. The Associated Press reports Alice Uden now faces 20 years to life in prison for killing Ronald Holtz ...
May 24 2014
Sibling land dispute settled by high court
Robert Gill must allow his sister and her family to cross his ranch, the Wyoming Supreme Court ruled May 14, bringing a long legal dispute to a close.
May 22 2014
Woman, 75, testifies at her Wyoming murder trial
West Virginia
An elderly Missouri woman on trial in Wyoming testified Tuesday she shot her husband almost 40 years ago in a desperate effort to protect her toddler daughter from abuse by a habitually violent man, while prosecutors...
May 20 2014
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