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Wyoming Tribune - Eagle, April 23, 2014

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Everyone Gives

We believe everyone can give something to those in need, and when that happens, everyone benefits. That's why we created "Everyone gives, Everyone gains," a continually updated, year-round list of ways you can help people here. For more on this and other ways to help, visit our blog at http://blogs.wyomingnews.com/blogs/ everyonegives/. To add an item to the WTE's "Everyone gives, Everyone gains" list, email Managing Editor Brian Martin at everyonegives@wyomingnews.com or send it to Everyone ...

Judge Rejects Plea Deal for Store Robber

Judge rejects plea agreement for Kum and Go robber This story was written on: 4/22/2014 At a glance The man who pleaded guilty to robbing a local convenience store last September was sentenced Monday to five to seven years in prison. Bronson Elder had entered into a plea agreement with the Laramie County District Attorney's Office, expecting his sentence to be suspended in lieu of probation. But Judge Steven Sharpe refused, arguing that the violent nature of Elder's crime warranted prison tim...

Corrections

Corrections On page E5 of the Sunday, April 20, edition of the Wyoming Tribune Eagle, a birth announcement for McKenna Lee incorrectly spelled her mother's name as Katie Collarb. It should have been spelled Katie Collard.

Woman Gets Jail for Bar Stabbing

Woman sentenced to jail for bar stabbing Victim speaks during change-of-plea hearing At a glance Candace Serrano was sentenced Monday to 30 days in jail and five years of probation in connection with a January 2013 stabbing of another woman at a local bar. By Cat Smith CHEYENNE -- A local woman was sentenced Monday to 30 days in the county jail for her part in a New Year's 2013 stabbing that left the victim with a "lifetime of scars." Candace Serrano, 29, pleaded no contest to aggravated assa...

Police Blotter

Recently arrested by the Cheyenne Police Department: Irena F. Mondello , 47, of 1901 Central Ave. #606 on a warrant for failure to appear at 10:05 p.m. Sunday at her residence. Tyler B. Barber , 22, of Casper for fighting/riotous conduct, public intoxication and on a warrant for failure to appear at 2:50 a.m. Sunday in the 200 block of East Lincolnway.

Cfd Lassoes a Profit in 2013

CFD posts profit for fourth straight year This story was written on: 4/22/2014 By the numbers Cheyenne Frontier Days financial summary, 2013 Revenues Admissions: $7.6 million, 64% Carnival/ Concessions: $1.9 million, 16% Parking: $0.3 million, 2% Vendors: $0.3 million, 2% Sponsorships: $1.3 million, 11% Other: $0.5 million, 4% Total revenue: $11.8 million Expenses Entertainment: $4.0 million, 37% Rodeo: $1.3 million, 12% Concessions: $0.5 million, 4% Administration: $2.9 million, 27% Marketin...

What Do You See?

Lions Club offers eye screenings At a glance The Lions Clubs in Cheyenne are working to improve young children's vision, even before they get to school. The club does free screenings of students' eyes to let parents know if a follow-up visit to an optometrist is needed. For more information or to set up a screening, contact David Orr at 631-5423.

Local Briefs

CHEYENNE BOPU: Cheyenne to remain with normal watering schedule Cheyenne expects to fill reservoirs this spring and will keep the same watering rules as last summer. What are the 2014 summer watering rules? Lawns and landscapes: From May 1 to Sept. 1, watering between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. is prohibited. Water up to three days per week. Avoid watering when windy or rainy. Gardens and flowers: From May 1 to Sept. 1, watering between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. is prohibited. Wasting water, such as allowin...

Va Will Host 'Living History' Wwii Event

VA to host WWII 'living history' camp Re-enactors will explain war to students, members of the public If you go The "WWII Living History Display" will be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. today and Thursday. The free event will be held at the Cheyenne Veterans Affairs Medical Center, 2360 E. Pershing Blvd. CHEYENNE - Some days, Craig Anderson Sr. is a World War II prisoner of war. Other days, he is an infantry soldier.

Money Briefs

CHEYENNE Foreclosure rates up slightly in Cheyenne during February Foreclosure rates in Cheyenne increased for the month of February over the same period last year, according to newly released data from CoreLogic. The CoreLogic data reveals that the rate of Cheyenne-area foreclosures among outstanding mortgage loans was 0.77 percent for the month of February 2014, an increase of 0.35 percentage points compared to February of 2013, when the rate was 0.42 percent.

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