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Man crashes south of Hoback

A Bondurant man totaled his truck after driving drunk on Highway 191 on Sunday afternoon, police say. Austin Holmes, 21, appeared in court via phone from Teton County Jail on Monday afternoon to hear a reading of the charges against him: driving under the influence and failure to maintain lane of tr

JACKSON HOLE NEWS&GUIDE NEWSPAPER

Jeep Club members tackle Rendezvous roads

Six Jeeps ascended through the clouds and into the snowy environment that capped the upper 2,000 feet of slopes Friday at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. The drivers were not on a typical outing, although the slow cruise through elevated, rugged mountain terrain was similar to the crew's usual get-tog

JACKSON HOLE NEWS&GUIDE NEWSPAPER

Hoback Rim drilling considered by BLM

Federal mineral managers are assessing whether to ban oil and gas drilling outright on 8 square miles of private land near Bondurant or to allow mineral extraction off-site using directional techniques. The Wyoming Range ranchland, which straddles the Hoback Rim dividing the Snake and Green rivers,

JACKSON HOLE NEWS&GUIDE NEWSPAPER

Pinedale natural gas project could bring 1,000 jobs

ROCK SPRINGS - Sweetwater County officials expressed excitement over a proposed natural gas project at a Wednesday open house on the development hosted by the Bureau of Land Management in Rock Springs. "I think it's a great project even though it's not in Sweetwater County," Sweetwater County Commis

WYOMING BUSINESS REPORT

QEP Doubles Permian Position Using Proceeds From Pinedale Exit

On the heels of its exit from Wyoming's Pinedale Anticline earlier this week, QEP Resources Inc. on Thursday announced plans to acquire 13,800 net acres in the Permian's Midland sub-basin for $732 million, further signaling its intentions to grow liquids in its portfolio. The Denver-based explorat

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QEP exits Pinedale for $740m

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Book explains a modern conservation win

Nearly a decade before a costly buyout forever protected the Hoback River headwaters from gas development, activists wanting to keep drilling rigs out of the Bridger-Teton National Forest had much bigger fish to fry. Large swaths of the eastern front of the Wyoming Range, 175,000 acres in total, wer

JACKSON HOLE NEWS&GUIDE NEWSPAPER

Man Wanted in Connection With Murder of Jacqueline Hughes

The Dallas County Medical Examiner says a 34-year-old woman whose body was found after she went missing during the holidays was shot to death. Police believe 31-year-old Brandon Sampson killed Jacqueline Hughes. Sampson remains on the run, and as detectives try to track him down, friends and family

NBC DALLAS-FORT WORTH - 2018-01-19 04:35:55

Howe PD's new K9 breaking stereotypes, sends three to jail

HOWE, Tex. (KXII) -- Meet Loki. A Jack Russell Fox Terrier mix and shelter rescue. Around 9 years old and just 17 pounds, he's not your typical police K-9. "When people see him get out of the car, they don't take him seriously. Until he does what he does." But when it comes to Loki, big things come

KXII.COM - 2018-01-19 05:08:00

City manager warns bike share companies to clean up mess

The City of Dallas is taking action against bike share companies across the town and warning them if they don't clean up the eyesore their bikes leave, they'll have no choice but to take control. City Manager T.C. Broadnax sent a letter to LimeBike, Ofo, VBikes, Spin and Mobike on Thursday giving t

WFAA - 2018-01-19 15:40:50

Police search for suspect in three Stemmons Corridor burglaries

Dallas police are searching for a suspect involved in burglaries at three businesses in the Stemmons Corridor on Dec. 13, 2017, and again on Tuesday and Wednesday. The suspect struck between the hours of 3 and 5 a.m., first at a business in the 7300 block of North Stemmons Freeway, then Tuesday in t

DALLAS NEWS - 2018-01-19 18:47:55

Dallas mental hospital to close before state shuts it down

DALLAS (AP) - A psychiatric hospital in Dallas says it is voluntarily closing its doors just after state officials threatened to shut down the aging treatment center because it was too dangerous for patients. The Dallas Morning News reports that the CEO of Timberlawn Behavioral Health System, James

KSWO.COM - 2018-01-19 17:36:39

29 homes evacuated, 175 without gas after construction crews cut Garland line

At least 29 families have been evacuated and about 175 are without gas after a construction crew cut a natural gas line Thursday afternoon. The crew cut the four-inch natural gas line about 12:45 p.m. in the alley of Larry and Parkmont drives, the Garland Fire Department said. Atmos responded and

DALLAS NEWS - 2018-01-18 23:10:14

Missing 15-Year-Old Could Be A Danger To Herself

DALLAS, TX - Authorities in Dallas are on the search for a missing 15-year-old female they warn could pose a danger to herself. According to a press release from Dallas Police Department, Yanavi Jones, 15, was last seen on foot in the 2400 block of Lanark Avenue in South Dallas. She was wearing blac

PATCH - 2018-01-19 01:50:48

State Moves to Close Dallas Psychiatric Hospital After Child Raped

Texas health officials are taking steps to close Timberlawn psychiatric hospital after a child said she was raped there. The state's move to revoke Timberlawn's license, announced Friday, is one of the strongest steps it can take against health care facilities. The unusual effort speaks to Timberla

NBC DALLAS-FORT WORTH - 2018-01-19 19:01:04

Bulldogs Speed Up the Tempo with New Scheme

EDEN, TX - The Bulldogs are sole possession of first place in their district after a big win over Menard on Tuesday. The key to their success could be the change in their offensive scheme. They have moved to a more uptempo attack. They want to get the ball and run, basically making it a track meet

MYFOXZONE.COM - 2018-01-19 01:19:30

Brady High School recognized as a Special Olympics Texas Unified Champion School

BRADY, TX - From Special Olympics of Texas: "Brady High School has been recognized as the second Unified Champion School in the state of Texas. The Unified Champion Schools program is changing the lives of students throughout the United States by promoting inclusion and acceptance of students with a

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2018 Brown County Youth Fair Results: Market Steers

Brownwood News - The market steer show of the 2018 Brown County Youth Fair took place on Friday at the Youth Fair Barns in Brownwood. Grand and Reserve champions were awarded as well as a showmanship awards. Robert Hill was this year's event judge. Hill is an Agricultural Science teacher at Montgome

BROWNWOODNEWS.COM

BISD trustees to discuss proposed bond

The Brady ISD board of Trustees meets at 6 p.m. tonight and will cover a variety of topics most notably engaging bond council for the proposed upcoming bond election. As part of that, they will also call for a special meeting on Feb. 12 at which time the board will formally approve wording for the p

BRADYSTANDARD.COM

Water update tops Tuesday council agenda

In a timely fashion following a bevy of publicity about the city's drinking water quandary, one of the first items on the Brady City Council's agenda Tuesday will be an update on the radium reduction project by professional engineer Josh Berryhill. The City of Brady's drinking water quality was aga

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