WPR News
8:33 pm
Wed April 7, 2010

2 defendants in Sheridan killing change pleas

Sheridan, Wyo – Two teenage defendants facing first-degree murder charges in the home-invasion killing of a Sheridan businessman last summer say they're not guilty because of mental impairment or deficiency.

Sixteen-year-old Dharminder Vir Sen and 19-year-old Dennis Poitra on Tuesday changed their previous not-guilty pleas to assert that they suffer from mental impairment or deficiency. They're charged in the August shooting death of Robert Ernst at his home.

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WPR News
12:53 pm
Wed April 7, 2010

WPR wins Edward R. Murrow award

WPR News
9:03 am
Wed April 7, 2010

Many workers can only find part time work

WPR News
8:52 am
Wed April 7, 2010

UW worries about Ayers impact

WPR News
7:25 pm
Tue April 6, 2010

FE Warren backers pleased but cautious

WPR News
6:40 pm
Tue April 6, 2010

Another speaker won't be coming to UW

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WPR News
2:04 pm
Tue April 6, 2010

Laramie Democrat will run for State Superintendent

Laramie, Wyo. – State Sen. Mike Massie is seeking the Wyoming Democratic Party's nomination to run for state
superintendent of public instruction.
The 56-year-old Massie is a 16-year member of the state
Legislature from Laramie. He runs a nonprofit organization serving
the state's developmental preschools.
Incumbent State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jim McBride
is seeking re-election as a Republican. Laramie County School
Superintendent Ted Adams and Cheyenne educator Cynthia Jo Hill have

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WPR News
9:28 am
Tue April 6, 2010

Tea party movement could get foothold in Wyoming

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