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Casper City Council Grapples To Balance Budget
Casper's reserves amount to about $12.6 million, which would sustain the city for 102 days if all funding sources immediately evaporated.
Wyoming Highway Patrol Seeks New Troopers
Once selected, troopers attend academy training.
Weather Service Warns Of Severe Thunderstorm Headed For Casper Tuesday Evening
The Weather Service urges people to move to an interior room on the lowest floor of a building, and stay away from windows.
Daily Update: Candidates For State, Natrona County, Casper, Towns
K2 Radio will update the lists daily. The filing period ends June 1.
BLM Installs Signs Along Trapper’s Route Near North Platte River
The Trapper’s Route Special Recreation Management Area will develop additional access points and other facilities along the North Platte River.
Election Filing Starts; Some Local Offices Attract Multiple Candidates
The County Clerk posts on its website the names of candidates and the offices they seek, and updates those lists at 4 p.m.
Casper Businessman Tony Cercy Asks For Change Of Venue For Sexual Assault Trial
The trial of Tony Cercy on one count of third-degree sexual assault is scheduled for Nov. 9.
Weather Service Warns Of Severe Thunderstorm Headed For Casper
The National Weather Service in Riverton has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Central Natrona County including Casper until 7 p.m. today.
Guns At Council Meetings: Casper Says No, Cheyenne Says Not Exactly
Cheyenne's council chambers serve a dual purpose because that city's municipal court meets there, too.
Casper City Council Amends, Advances Non-communist Food Truck Rules
The council approved an amendment of Charlie Powell to allow a public open space downtown, perhaps on South David Street, to be available to all vendors.
Wyoming Officials Push For Growth In Tourism
Tourism is Wyoming's largest private sector employer of non-farm jobs -- 32,000 full- and part-time jobs.
Biologists To Begin Grizzly, Black Bear Research In Yellowstone National Park
All trapping and handling are done in accordance with strict protocols developed by the group known as the Interagency Grizzly Bear Study Team.