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Hospital workforce housing not full
When you drive by the new apartment complex on the corner of Milward and Kelly at night, the lights aren't on in many of the windows. That's because only two of the 12 units of St. John's Medical Center's most recent workforce housing project have been filled. "It's filling slowly," said chief infor
Kelly Road construction almost complete
Construction crews are days away from finishing repairs on the Gros Ventre Road between Highway 89/191/287 and Kelly, and shoring it up to prevent future erosion by the Gros Ventre River. A chunk of the eastbound lane of the road fell into the Gros Ventre River in early June, when high water running
Bad drivers rank high as pet peeve of locals
At least once a year I "circle the square" and ask locals if they have a pet peeve they would like to share. It gives them a chance to get annoying behavior off their chests. Harriet Minczeski has a problem with people who do not open doors for her when she has an armload. Grant Larson doesn't like
Shady asphalt firm banned in Wyoming
Door-to-door asphalt scammers who solicited Teton County residents and others throughout Wyoming in the summer of 2016 have been banned from working in the state and ordered to repay their victims. In a consent judgment filed by Attorney General Peter Michael and the state of Wyoming, Edward, John a
Tied in tight with 'quirky' types
Most people come to Jackson for the skiing and stay for the summers. Erin Landry came for the skiing but stayed for the skating. And the knitting. "That's what I do," she said. "Roller derby and knitting." Landry was born in North New Portland, Maine, and her search for a true passion took her to th
Bringing the sea to students
When you look out the windows at Kelly Elementary School, you see the Tetons or grasslands, sometimes a bison or elk. Certainly not the ocean. But as famous marine conservationist Sylvia Earle told students Friday morning, the ocean is everywhere. Seventy percent of the world's oxygen comes from the
State: Teton schools meeting expectations
Each year the Wyoming Department of education measures growth, equity, achievement and participation in every school in every district in the state. This year, it's good news yet again for Teton County School District No. 1. Every school was categorized as meeting or exceeding expectations based on
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Police awaiting lab results in fatal pedestrian-semi crash
BAY CITY, MI -- Police are still investigating a pedestrian-semitractor trailer collision that resulted in the death of an elderly woman. Bay City Public Safety Capt. Joseph Lanava said Jan. 17 that investigators are awaiting the results of evidence analysis from the Michigan State Police Crime Lab.
Midland High student describes shooting, investigation details released
Kelly Dame, email@example.com Published 6:44 pm, Wednesday, January 17, 2018 An 18-year-old Midland High School student is recovering from a gunshot wound she suffered at the hands of her stepfather, investigators say. In a media release update, the Ionia County Sheriff's Office reports the investigati
BREAKING: Man dies after utility vehicle goes through ice - WNEM TV 5
Authorities say a man has died after the utility vehicle he was riding went through ice on a lake in Mid-Michigan. It happened about 11:53 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 17 on Sanford Lake. Investigators said a witness saw headlights from a "quad" vanish while driving on Sanford Lake. The body of the driver, a
Cocaine trafficking investigation leads to man's arrest - WNEM TV 5
A Huron County man was arrested for selling cocaine. Jason Torres, 44, was arrested on Jan. 16 in Sebewaing on a felony warrant for selling cocaine last year. The arrest was part of a joint drug investigation. Torres was driving in the village of Sebewaing when he was stopped by police about 9:15 p.
Wine tasting coming to City Market in Bay City
BAY CITY, MI -- In addition to picking up their produce and grabbing a bite to eat, patrons of City Market in downtown Bay City will soon be able to do some wine tasting. Modern Craft Wine, based in Au Gres, is opening its sixth tasting location inside the market at 401 Center Ave. Pending a final i
Accountant who won Michigan Lottery jackpots pleads to embezzlement
SAGINAW, MI -- A 30-year-old accountant who won two Michigan Lottery jackpots has pleaded guilty to embezzling roughly $320,000 from a local substance abuse and mental health treatment center where she worked. Nichol Evans pleaded guilty Wednesday morning, Jan. 17, to one count of embezzling more th
Corrections officers help woman who crashed into a deep ditch
SAGINAW COUNTY (WJRT) - (01/16/18) - A Saginaw mother is calling five Saginaw Correctional Facility employees 'guardian angels'. The five corrections officers stopped to help Sandra Blackman's daughter, 20-year-old Stephany Wiles, who had slid off the road and into the ditch along Freeland Road. Th
Man gets jail for biting woman's nose
BAY CITY, MI -- For biting his girlfriend's nose -- apparently in an attempt to make good on his threat to eat her face -- a toothless Bay City man is spending the better part of a year behind bars. Bay County Circuit Judge Harry P. Gill on Tuesday, Jan. 16, sentenced 40-year-old Darryl J. Socia to
No proposals submitted to lease Cody Library's Biblio Bistro
It's back to square one for the Biblio Bistro. Tuesday morning, Park County Commissioners instructed executive assistant Nicholle Gerharter to open bids submitted to lease the facility and she told them what had come in - or rather, what hadn't. "Mr. Chairman, we did not receive any proposals," she
Culling of 50 does approved
Culling of Cody's urban deer herd will continue this winter with a plan to harvest 50 does from the roughly 241 deer living within city limits. Having listened to opinions about the proposed culling from a handful of people on Tuesday, the city council voted 4-3 on a motion directing Cody police to
McKay bound to District Court
Philip McKay is headed to District Court. At McKay's Jan. 10 preliminary hearing on two felonies and a pair of misdemeanors, the State established probable cause in his case, bond was lowered to $20,000 cash-only and a fuller picture began to emerge of the Wednesday evening events that landed McKay
Ice Cats hoping for fourth state title
A sense of team camaraderie is one strength the Park County Ice Cats girls team possesses that the skaters hope will lead to their fourth consecutive state title this season. Assistant coach Bob Brenner said the wide range of ages on the team, 10-19, creates an interesting team dynamic. "There aren'