CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Police in Wyoming say a criminal investigation into a retired Roman Catholic bishop accused of childhood sexual abuse by more than a dozen men remains open. The Casper Star-Tribune reports a victim advocate from the Natrona County district attorney’s office had told an alleged victim that retired Bishop Joseph Hart would not be charged. District Attorney Dan Itzen told Cheyenne police that he is still pursuing charges. A police spokesman said Itzen had a misunderstanding over a document. Neither prosecutors nor an attorney for Hart returned messages Monday seeking comment.
Listen to the Garden Show Presented By Gardening With Altitude
Cheyenne Botanic Gardens horticulturists Jacob Mares and Isaiah Smith on the KFBC Garden Show talk about trees, tomatoes and more. The Garden Show on KFBC is presented by Gardening With Altitude at 1101 Logan Ave.
Statement from State Superintendent Jillian Balow on the Biden Administration Defunding Schools with a Federal Ban on Oil and Gas Leasing
WDE 1-26-21 “I was taken aback by swift orders executed by the Biden Administration last week after months of rhetoric around bringing unity to our nation. Funding for public education in Wyoming and other states […]
Grand Opening Of The Inclusive Playground At Cahill Park Is June 10
City 6-7-17 The City of Cheyenne will hold a grand opening of the inclusive playground at Cahill Park at 8 a.m. on Saturday, June 10. An inclusive playground allows people of all abilities to play […]