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Oil Field Firms Agree To Pay $1.2 Million To Settle Discrimination Claims

Three oil field service companies with operations in Edgerton agreed to pay $1.2 million to settle discrimination claims filed by 17 former employees of various ethnic origins, according to a federal judge's ruling Monday.

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Smoked: Judge Sentences Woman With 290 Pounds Of Pot In Yellowstone

A West Virginia woman was sentenced in federal court to five years behind bars for trafficking 290 pounds of marijuana in her RV in Yellowstone National Park in May.

Daphne Watkins also will be required to undergo a psychological evaluation and mental health treatment, and will be on probation after she's released from prison, according to the sentence handed down by U

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Child-Sex Trafficker Pleads Guilty In Federal Court; Faces 10 Years To Life Behind Bars

A Colorado man faces at least 10 years behind bars for an interstate prostitution crime that ended in Casper in June.

Joseph Jovon Dawson of Aurora, Colo., pleaded guilty to one count of sex trafficking of children by or force, fraud or coercion before U

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This view from Google Maps shows the northern and southern channels of the  Wind River, the location of John Hubenka's residence, and the LeClair Canal, which runs north of Hubenka's property from the northwest to the southeast. U.S. District Judge Alan Johnson wrote in a judgment Wednesday that Hubenka built illegal dikes that diverted the river's primary flow from its northern channel to its southern channel. Those dikes caused environmental damage and blocked the Indian tribes' access to 400 acres of their reservation land.
This view from Google Maps shows the northern and southern channels of the Wind River, the location of John Hubenka's residence, and the LeClair Canal, which runs north of Hubenka's property from the northwest to the southeast. U.S. District Judge Alan Johnson wrote in a judgment Wednesday that Hubenka built illegal dikes that diverted the river's primary flow from its northern channel to its southern channel. Those dikes caused environmental damage and blocked the Indian tribes' access to 400 acres of their reservation land.
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Dry Me A River: Judge Orders Landowner, Irrigation District To Restore Historic Wind River Water Flow

LeClair Irrigation District chief actually diverted the Wind River to cut off nearly 400 acres of reservation land.

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Sonny Pilcher Sentencing For Tax Fraud Set For Dec. 15

Casper businessman Sonny Pilcher will be sentenced in federal court for tax fraud in Cheyenne on Dec. 15, according to federal court records.

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Man Charged With Stealing Train Released; Must Receive Mental Health Care

A Wright man charged in federal court with stealing a train earlier this month was released Monday to the custody of his mother who will make sure he receives a mental health evaluation and care.

Derek Skyler Brux, 22, appeared before U.S. Magistrate Judge Michael Shick

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Mead Will Not Appeal Federal Judge’s Ruling On Same-Sex Marriages

Gov. Matt Mead announced Friday that he will not appeal a Wyoming federal judge's order issued in Casper earlier in the day that declared unconstitutional the state's definition of marriage.

That effectively removes remaining barriers to same-sex couples receiving marriage licenses, and allows already married same-sex couples from out of state to enjoy the same rights and responsibilities of other couples

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Federal Judge Declares Wyoming Marriage Definition Unconstitutional; But He Also Puts A Hold On Issuing Same-Sex Marriage Licenses

CASPER, Wyo. -- A federal judge in Wyoming declared unconstitutional the state's definition of marriage, and the state's refusal to recognize the marriages of same-sex couples from elsewhere.

But same-sex couples won't be able to obtain marriage licenses immediately

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BREAKING NEWS: Judge Will Decide Later On Gay Marriage Preliminary Injunction Request

Judge Skavdahl said plaintiffs are asking for him to change state law "with the stroke of a pen."

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Man Charged With Stealing Train Makes Federal Court Appearance

The man charged with stealing two locomotives and driving them from one mine to another last week formally heard the charge against him in federal court on Wednesday.

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