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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Loan and Investment Board will consider a $13 million incentive package today to help a Colorado producer of ammunition magazines for guns move its manufacturing operations to Cheyenne. Magpul Industries is making good on its vow to leave Colorado after the state enacted gun control laws last year.
CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A woman has been sentenced to prison and ordered to pay more than $250,000 in restitution after she was convicted of embezzling from her employer. The Casper Star-Tribune reports Melissa Fenster worked at Rocky Mountain Oilfield Warehouse and was in charge of paying the company's bills. In court, Fenster said the charges were the result of a misunderstanding.
CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Authorities say that a man accused of robbing a Casper bank last week is a homeless heroin user convicted of robbing a bank in Utah in 2003. The Casper Star-Tribune reports that a judge has ruled that 37-year-old James Thain is a danger to the community and shouldn't be released while the latest bank robbery case is pending against him.
LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — Craig Bohl landed 22 athletes in his first recruiting class as head coach at Wyoming. Bohl says he's pleased with the quality of players especially with the short time he and his staff had to work with after coming over from North Dakota State.
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