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State files to remove Kuhl from office

Affidavit accuses county treasurer of stealing from her office vault

On the instruction of Governor Mark Gordon, the Wyoming Attorney General’s Office has filed a civil case with District Court that could see County Treasurer Mary Kuhl removed from office.

The petition, signed by Wyoming Attorney General Bridget Hill on behalf of the State of Wyoming, cites the felony and misdemeanor charges that are pending against Kuhl and also accuses her of theft from the Crook County Treasurer’s Office vault.

The petition for Kuhl’s removal is based on a verified complaint filed by the county commissioners with the Governor’s Office on July 26, shortly after th...