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Cheyenne Man Gets Probation in Crash That Injured Nephew

Laramie County Sheriff's Office A Cheyenne man who led authorities on a chase down Yellowstone Road last year that resulted in an injury accident has been sentenced to four years of probation. Twenty-seven-year-old Dean Jackson was sentenced yesterday (Monday) in Laramie County District Court. Jacks

KGAB.COM - 2017-11-21 19:58:00

LCSD1 bus drivers say stop-arm violations a frequent problem

CHEYENNE, Wyo.- Laramie County School District One bus drivers say they continue to see drivers passing stopped school buses while their red lights are flashing. During the current fiscal year, LCSD1's Transportation Department says they have had 401 violations reported. CBS NewsChannel 5 went with

KGWN.TV - 2017-11-22 18:48:00

Residents needed to serve on Cheyenne service groups

Cheyenne, Wyo. - Cheyenne Mayor Marian Orr is now accepting applications to fill vacancies on city service groups. These are: Board of Adjustments Historic Preservation Board Housing & Community Development Advisory Council Planning Commission The appointees will fill terms that start January 1,

KGWN.TV - 2017-11-21 18:52:00

Cheyenne's COMEA House to open for daytime hours, relax alcohol policy

Brandon Outwater, a resident at the COMEA House homeless shelter, sits with his girlfriend, Alisha Slover, after eating dinner at the shelter on Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017 in Cheyenne. COMEA plans to open its doors to become a day shelter on Dec. 4. Jacob Byk/Wyoming Tribune Eagle CHEYENNE - People livi

WYOMING TRIBUNE-EAGLE - 2017-11-22 13:00:00

High winds topple trucks near Cheyenne

CHEYENNE - With wind gusts topping 60 miles per hour Monday, semi tractor-trailer combinations were tottering and tipping on highways near Cheyenne. A wind advisory was out most of the day for light, high-profile vehicles, such as trucks with empty cargo compartments. But despite those warnings, nin

GILLETTE NEWS RECORD - 2017-11-21 17:18:00

Church to discontinue free Thanksgiving meal after 33 years

CHEYENNE, Wyo - A Wyoming church is ending a 33-year Thanksgiving Day tradition. The Wyoming Tribune Eagle reports Unity Missionary Baptist Church in Cheyenne recently voted to stop preparing and serving its free annual Thanksgiving Day meal. The church took out an advertisement in Sunday's Wyoming

KGWN.TV - 2017-11-21 17:42:00

United Way of Lamarie County needs your help to reach their goal

CHEYENNE, Wyo - United Way of Laramie County has been serving the community since 1948. They have been a staple in helping families and individuals find a place they can call home. United Way logo: MGN Online United Ways mission is to responsibly mobilize and leverage community resources to create l

KGWN.TV - 2017-11-21 16:39:00

The Salvation Army is out for the holiday season once again

CHEYENNE, Wyo - 'Tis the season for the Salvation Army and the red kettle ringers. The ringers will be out 6 days a week as several locations in Cheyenne, such as the Safeway on South Greeley Highway, the Walmart on Dell Range, and Walgreens on East Lincolnway. MGN Since 1891, the Salvation Army has

KGWN.TV - 2017-11-22 02:11:00

Man charged with 7 counts of Child Pornography

Lebanon, MO. -- (11/20/17) On November 18, 2017 Jacob A. Smith, a 28-year-old white male out of Lynchburg, Missouri was charged with seven (7) counts of Class D Felony Possession of Child Pornography. Smith is currently incarcerated in the Laclede County Jail on a $150,000 cash/surety bond. On Novem

FOX5KRBK.COM - 2017-11-21 01:36:00

Online meeting planned about Morgan County bridge projects

The Missouri Department of Transportation is holding an online public meeting to share information about an upcoming project that will replace two bridges in Morgan County - the Route BB bridge over Middle Richland Creek and the Route PP bridge over Messer Creek, according to a news release. MoDOT i


Hannah Myers to spend Thanksgiving in Bolivia

Urbana's Hannah Myers, a Skyline High School graduate, is leading a group of students from the Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla in a trip to Bolivia during the Thanksgiving break. The student chapter of Engineers Without Borders will travel to Puerto Pando, Bolivia, to continue

BUFFALOREFLEX.COM - 2017-11-22 18:15:00

Mid-Lakes Conference in disarray as 4 of the 7 teams leave

Buffalo, Fair Grove and Skyline could possibly end up in the same conference starting in 2020 following the implosion of the Mid-Lakes Conference, of which Fair Grove and Skyline are currently members. Pleasant Hope has committed to joining the Spring River Conference next year while Marionville and

BUFFALOREFLEX.COM - 2017-11-22 18:00:00

New road, old road discussed at board meeting

The agenda for the Nov. 16 meeting of the Marshfield Board of Aldermen was short on paper but long on content, with an analysis of the North Elm Street engineering proposals and the first look at the 2018 city budget. North Elm Street Mike Beatty of Great Rivers Engineering appeared before the board

MARSHFIELDMAIL.COM - 2017-11-22 17:30:00

Woman allegedly strangled to death in Hickory County

A woman allegedly was strangled to death by a man just across the border in Hickory County, according to Dallas County Sheriff Scott Rice. His office is assisting in the investigation, along with the Missouri State Highway Patrol. Rice said the male suspect stole the woman's vehicle, and law enforce

BUFFALOREFLEX.COM - 2017-11-22 09:45:00

26 Rotary wreaths and trees to bid on at Maple Street Grill

There are a total of 26 wreaths and trees displayed at Maple Street Grill that the community can bid on as part of the Buffalo Rotary Club's sixth annual Christmas wreath fundraiser. Silent bidding continues through Saturday, Nov. 25. The bidding notebook is near the checkout counter. The pickup dat

BUFFALOREFLEX.COM - 2017-11-22 09:30:00

A Tale or Two: A scrapbook of memories about Thomas Market

I follow a couple of Facebook sites featuring Springfield history. One recent post featured a photo of Thomas Market, on the corner of Elm Street and National Avenue. Lester Thomas, owner of the market, was my great-uncle. The following is an article I wrote about that market. When Nelle Phillips co

BUFFALOREFLEX.COM - 2017-11-22 09:15:00

Officer to seek indictment in dismissed meth case

SALYERSVILLE - While a methamphetamine-related case was dismissed last week, the arresting officer clarified the reason behind the dismissal and assured that he will be sending the case to grand jury. On November 2, Salyersville Police Department's Officer Mike Nickels pulled over Sandra Dee Baldwin


Man admits to setting apartment on fire

SALYERSVILLE - A Magoffin County man is behind bars for allegedly starting a fire in his apartment on Allen Drive late Saturday night. Late Saturday, November 18, Salyersville Police Department Officer Mike Nickels was called to Allen Drive in Salyersville in regards to a structure fire. When he arr


The View from Puncheon Creek: A PROUD CULTURE EXPLOITED

We hill people, properly Appalachians, have been among the most exploited populations ever to have inhabited this celestial orb we call earth. We have been lied to, talked bad about, and robbed at every turn. We have been stereotyped as lazy bearded drunks prone to violence and mayhem. We were keep



The HWMS Christian Youth Club collected 62 boxes for the Operation Christmas Child Shoe Box Project. These students worked exceptionally hard to make the boxes special for the less fortunate children in other countries. We are learning first hand that it is more Blessed to give than to receive.