DigestDec 24, 2013 The Associated Press
$1M bond in murder case
GILLETTE -- A judge has set a $1 million cash-only bond in the case of a 21-year-old man charged in a fatal shooting in Gillette on Thanksgiving.
Todd Sindelar has been returned to Campbell County after spending several weeks in a South Dakota jail.
Police say a woman called 911 around 4 a.m. on Nov. 28 and said someone had knocked at their door and shot her boyfriend, 25-year-old Matthew Ryan Boyer. Police say Boyer and Sindelar had been involved in a dispute earlier about rent.
Sindelar is charged with first-degree murder.
Tower will look like lamp post
JACKSON -- Jackson town councilors have given preliminary approval for a new cellphone tower to be built at the Teton County Fairgrounds.
The 60-foot tower will be built by New Cingular Wireless PCS, a subsidiary of AT&T, and will be disguised as a lamp post.
Mead: Keep UW prez search open
Gov. Matt Mead says University of Wyoming trustees should tell the public who's on their list of finalists to become the next university president. A new law would allow the presidential search process to remain secret. Mead expressed a degree of opposition by allowing the measure to take effect without his signature. Now, UW trustees are preparing to look for a new president.