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The Soulful Southern Food At This Wyoming Restaurant Is More Than Satisfying

Tracking down southern food in Wyoming can be quite a task when most steakhouses and restaurants serve Rocky Mountain favorites. While there’s nothing wrong with enjoying a juicy prime rib and some fry bread, sometimes you want to mix it up and go for BBQ or shrimp and grits. When that soulful south

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Carl's Wild Wyoming Weekend and Beyond Weather

Roads will become more treacherous overnight into Saturday for many as wet road surfaces freeze and black ice becomes prevalent. Sunday: Partly cloudy with highs in the teens. Northeast winds 10 to 15 for the mid-state. Slight chances for light snow in the basins and valleys.

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Wyoming man pleads guilty to murder and manslaughter for killing pregnant Idaho woman

BOISE, Idaho — Erik Ohlson of Jackson, Wyoming has pleaded guilty to murder and manslaughter in the death of Jennifer Nalley. The killing happened in July of 2016 at Nalley's cabin near Driggs, Idaho.

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3rd Annual Poetry Fest set for Tuesday, Feb. 19, at Uinta County Library

EVANSTON — The Uinta County Library in Evanston will host the 3rd annual Poetry Fest at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 19. Participants are encouraged to bring a poem about, by or for women. Refreshments will be provided by the Uinta County Library Foundation and Patricia Arnold, at the grand piano, wil

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Meeting set for hay, alfalfa growers

EVANSTON — Uinta County Weed and Pest has teamed up with the Uinta County Conservation District to host an alfalfa and hay growers meeting from 1-5:30 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 25, at the conservation district office at 204 East Sage St. in Lyman.

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Natural gas explosion causes fully-engulfed apartment complex fire at Alta

ALTA (KUTV) -- Firefighters are working to contain a two-alarm fire at an apartment complex in Alta. The four unit complex fire was started after a natural gas explosion in one of the apartments at 9740 E Bypass Road.

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Locals: bill would hurt consumers, repairers statewide

EVANSTON — A bill that local body shop owners said would hurt consumers and “impact every [auto] repairer in the state,” is making its way through the Wyoming Legislature. After passing committee 5-0, and clearing the full Senate with a 20-10 vote, Senate File 95, “Aftermarket parts,” is in the Hous

UINTA COUNTY HERALD

Wyoming up 3 rigs

The number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. increased by two this week to 1,051. At this time a year ago there were 975 active rigs.

GILLETTE NEWS RECORD

Kimball Junction neighborhood plan moves on to the Summit County Council

The Snyderville Basin Planning Commission agreed on Tuesday to send the Kimball Junction neighborhood plan to the Summit County Council after just two meetings discussing the 20-page document that is intended to serve as a guide for future development in the area.

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Store manager arrested for stealing thousands of dollars from deposit bags

SUMMIT COUNTY, Utah (ABC4 News) -- A store manager is facing felony charges after police say she stole $7,900 from sales deposit bags. Lora Katharine Hamilton, 55-year-old from Coalville was booked in the Summit County Jail after an investigation found she had stolen money from five to seven deposit

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Happy 90th Birthday!: Bessie Forbes

Bessie Forbes celebrated her 90th birthday February 16th at a luncheon with her family. She was born February 15, 1929 in Woodruff, Utah to George W. Eastman and Sarah Lorinda Bryson. She married Lewis E. Forbes on November 10, 1953 in Clearfield, Utah. They were later sealed in the Salt Lake Temple

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Unexpected house guest: Moose crashes through window of Summit County home

SUMMIT COUNTY (ABC4 News) – It’s not every day you see this!. Summit County Sheriff’s Office said its deputies helped a moose that made its way into a Pinebrook home Thursday morning.

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MC’s Sanders wins 4A title at 126 pounds

Gabe Sanders’ late-season surge is complete. The Mountain Crest freshman capped of a sublime two-week stretch by beating all comers in the 126-pound weight class at the 4A State Wrestling Championships, which concluded Saturday night at the UCCU Center in Orem.

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Six local prep wrestlers make it to 4A semis

The state title hopes are still alive for six Cache County wrestlers. Ridgeline’s Colter Ricks and Chance Parker, Mountain Crest’s Gabe Sanders and Sam McMurray, Green Canyon’s Mason Morris and Sky View’s Tony Torres punched their tickets to the semifinals of the 4A State Championships on Friday nig

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Her bullet struck a Utah teen driving with his parents to look at the fall leaves. Now, she’s convicted of negligent homicide and her sentence is rather unique.

Randolph • It’s an afternoon Kayleen Richins has relived every day. In a remote aspen forest in the Monte Cristo area, her family had set up a paper target against a cardboard box and planned to do a little target shooting. They had waited about an hour, hearing nothing, so they thought they were al

SALT LAKE TRIBUNE

Sheriff’s report: Deposits totaling $8,000 missing from Tanger Outlets business

According to the Summit County Sheriff's Office, law enforcement responded to several calls between Monday, Feb. 4, and Sunday, Feb. 10, including a report that $8,000 worth of deposits were missing from a business in the Tanger Outlets.

PARK RECORD

Snow causes tricky conditions in Summit County

SUMMIT COUNTY, Utah — Travelers in northern Utah’s mountains encountered difficult driving conditions because of Wednesday’s winter storm. Snow fell throughout the late afternoon and evening along Interstate 80 in Summit County.

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Willard Spur, Utah's 'Valhalla' of duck hunting, may get greater state protection

WILLARD — The Willard Spur, a wetlands ecosystem that teems with waterfowl during migration seasons, is getting more attention as Utah monitors increasingly stressed shore areas along the Great Salt Lake.

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Surprise Valentine When Moose Falls Through Window Well Into A Pinebrook Basement

A couple house sitting in Pinebrook had a Valentine’s Day surprise when they discovered a moose had fallen through the window well into the basement. The female moose was in the house for a total of an hour.

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Snow Turning To Rain; Winter Storm Warning Still In Effect

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Southern winds are picking up, warming areas like the Salt Lake valley and turning the snow in higher elevations into rain. However, a winter storm warning was still in effect Thursday for Wasatch Mountain areas and I-80 North including cities of Woodruff, Randolph, Alta, Brig

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