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Wyoming Federal Judges Sentence Four For Meth, Gun, Escape Crimes
One of the defendants was an escapee from the Casper Re-entry Center.
U.S. Forest Service: Ryan Fire In Southern Wyoming Is Human-Caused
Forest Service law enforcement received information from the public, but needs more.
Judge Allows Evidence Rebutting Casper Businessman Tony Cercy’s Claims
The trial on the one count is scheduled at the Hot Springs County Courthouse for Nov. 9-22.
Casper City Council Approves Most One-Cent Requests; Nixes Funding For Civic Auditorium
Only one group received all it wanted, a few received close to what they asked, but most received much less.
Yellowstone National Park Investigates Shooting At Wolves
In the park, pets must be physically controlled at all times.
Cheyenne Doctor, Wife Plead Guilty To $6.2M Medicaid Fraud
Wyoming U.S. Attorney Mark Klaassen said health care fraud harms everyone through higher taxes and insurance premiums.
Natrona School District Sells Former Jefferson School To Excel Academy
Excel Academy hopes it can move in to the former Jefferson Elementary School by December.
Natrona School Board Approves Bullying Policy, Eyes More Open Disclosure
The Natrona County School District has not been as open in communicating incidents such as threats as it could have been, a spokeswoman said.
Absentee Voting Begins For Nov. 6 General Election
If people have not registered to vote, they need to go to the County Clerk's office on the first floor of the Old Courthouse.
Natrona County School Trustees Vote On Anti-Bullying Policy Monday
You can find the the old and new policies at the school district's website.
Wyoming Federal Judges Sentence Four For Drugs, Firearms, Robbery, Counterfeiting Crimes
One of the defendants was the second to be sentenced for his role in a Casper-area methamphetamine conspiracy.
Wildfires Grow In Western, Southcentral Wyoming
Red Flag Warnings are in effect for these areas on Saturday and probably through early next week.