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Couple seeks damages from Wyoming sheriff's office for horse shooting

Couple seeks damages from Wyoming sheriff's office for horse shooting

A legal battle between a Thermopolis couple and the Hot Springs County Sheriff’s Office opened for trial in Casper’s federal courthouse Tuesday afternoon, where Chris and Larry Bentley are seeking compensation for the killing of one of their horses by the undersheriff — without their knowled…

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Casper City Council may drop Hedquist case in favor of informal hearing

Casper City Council may drop Hedquist case in favor of informal hearing

Councilman Craig Hedquist would remain in office if the Casper City Council follows through with a decision at its Tuesday night meeting to drop the city's conflict-of-interest case against him.

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Northern Cheyenne tribe sets special elections

Northern Cheyenne tribe sets special elections

The Northern Cheyenne tribe has set the dates for special elections to replace the president who was ousted by the tribal council earlier this month.

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Ex-Northern Cheyenne leader awaits BIA decision

Ex-Northern Cheyenne leader awaits BIA decision

HELENA — The ousted president of Montana's Northern Cheyenne tribe is waiting to see whether the Bureau of Indian Affairs signs off on the tribal council's decision to remove him.

July 18, 2013 2:58 pmLoading…
Ousted tribal leader to challenge his removal

Ousted tribal leader to challenge his removal

HELENA — The ousted president of Montana's Northern Cheyenne tribe says he will show up at a tribal council hearing Monday to challenge its decision to remove him from office while he was in a Billings hospital having surgery.

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Northern Cheyenne tribal council ousts president

Northern Cheyenne tribal council ousts president

The Northern Cheyenne tribal council ousted the tribe's president Wednesday over allegations that he violated the due process of an employee he fired, a tribal spokesman said.

July 10, 2013 8:13 pmLoading…
Focus on the future: Northern Cheyenne president's priorities include planning, communication

Focus on the future: Northern Cheyenne president's priorities include planning, communication

Editor's Note: Montana’s two South Central Indian tribes elected new leaders last fall. The Crow Tribe elected Darrin Old Coyote its chairman and the Northern Cheyenne voted John Robinson its president.

March 28, 2013 8:15 pm Photos

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Northern Cheyenne president holds sessions to get member input

John Robinson, president of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe, will hold a series of listening sessions with tribal members on and off the reservation to get input about the Otter Creek coal mine and the proposed Tongue River Railroad.

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Fire, drought and elections top 2012 stories

Fire, drought and elections top 2012 stories

Drought, lightning and bad luck turned the 2012 fire season into Montana’s worst in more than 100 years, making it one of the biggest news stories of the past year.

December 30, 2012 12:20 am Photos

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Newly elected Northern Cheyenne officials sworn in

Newly elected Northern Cheyenne officials sworn in

LAME DEER -- Newly sworn-in Northern Cheyenne President John J. Robinson talked Friday about what a unified people can do.

November 16, 2012 7:00 pm Photos

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Northern Cheyenne choose Robinson as president

Northern Cheyenne choose Robinson as president

The Northern Cheyenne Tribe has selected a new leader for the next four years.

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John Robinson

John Robinson

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Northern Cheyenne candidates focus on issues before Tuesday election

Northern Cheyenne candidates focus on issues before Tuesday election

Both men seeking to lead the Northern Cheyenne, L. Jace Killsback and John Robinson, agree that poverty and unemployment are major issues facing the tribe.

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Northern Cheyenne vote narrows slate of candidates

By just a few votes, Northern Cheyenne Tribal President Leroy Spang was knocked out of the running for another term in office.

September 28, 2012 6:23 pmLoading…

Woman in lost wallet case settles with Casper police officers

CASPER, Wyo. — The Natrona County woman who landed in jail after refusing to turn over a lost wallet to police has settled her federal lawsuit with the officers who arrested her.

September 13, 2012 11:30 pmLoading…

Glenrock girl found, authorities mum on charges

GLENROCK, Wyo. — Converse County authorities won't say what charges have been filed against an unidentified person accused of involvement in the disappearance of a two-year-old Glenrock girl from her apartment over the weekend.

May 21, 2012 6:39 pmLoading…
Springing forward in Bozeman

Springing forward in Bozeman

It was an interesting spring practice season at Montana State. Among their goals, the Bobcats came in looking to seriously evaluate four new starters along the offensive line in addition to breaking in a new offensive coordinator in Kevin McGiven.

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Lost wallet case continues into another year

CASPER, Wyo. — Deborah Heinrich found the wallet lying on a pump at a Casper gas station.

December 26, 2011 11:45 pmLoading…
Prill — Ricks

Prill — Ricks

Jeanette Prill and Brandon Ricks, both of Billings, plan an Oct. 8 wedding. Their parents are Karen and John Robinson of Lame Deer and Norma and Blair Ricks of Helena.

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Woman files federal lawsuit against Casper, officers over wallet arrest

CASPER, Wyo. — The Casper woman who was unsuccessfully prosecuted for refusing to hand over a lost wallet to police has sued Casper and three police officers for violating her constitutional rights, according to a complaint filed in federal court Wednesday.

August 10, 2011 11:45 pmLoading…

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