Seth Klamann covers education and health for the Star-Tribune. Here are his five most memorable stories of 2019.
- In February, the Star-Tribune reported that a pair of special education teachers had swapped text messages mocking their students and shared an image of one student's bare backside.
- After nearly 70 years missing, a Kaycee ranch hand who disappeared in one of the worst disasters in American military history was finally identified and returned home.
- In June, a teenage mother who had battled neglect and homelessness walked across a stage and graduated.
- After months of silence, the Star-Tribune and WyoFile reported that UW's decision to let Laurie Nichols walk came after the school's governing board quietly investigated its first female president.
- After decades of alleged abuse, retired bishop Joseph Hart is closer to facing a criminal prosecution after a months-long police investigation.
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Two special education instructors at Manor Heights Elementary exchanged text messages mocking multiple students, including one message that in…
DeMaret Kirtley was as far from Kaycee as he'd ever been, in a South Korean city pressed between the mountains and the Sea of Japan. But as he…
A law firm quietly investigated former UW President Laurie Nichols shortly before she learned she would no longer serve as the school’s chief executive.
Cheyenne police are recommending charges for two men who are accused of sexually abusing boys in the 1970s and 1980s.