Bin Williams, the jail inmate who died after an apparent stroke two weeks ago, fought with sheriff's deputies before being taken to the hospital, according to an affidavit filed in Natrona County Circuit Court on Thursday.
Come join the Wyoming Medical Center at the Parkway Plaza January 19 at 6pm for information on athletes concussions and prizes! This free presentation also features remarks from Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2002 Superbowl champions John Howell (safety) and Joe Jurevicius (wide receiver).
Last month the Wyoming Medical Center asked elementary students from all around Natrona County to nominate their favorite Wyoming animal to be featured on one of the WMC ambulances. There was an overwhelming response with entries numbering over 130. Now comes the hard part.
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