A CASPER MAN WILL AVOID BEING LABELED AS A HABITUAL CRIMINAL, AFTER CHANGING HIS PLEA IN AN ARMED ROBBERY CASE. For the first time in a few weeks, gas prices in Wyoming remained pretty much unchanged in the lastest report.
OFFICIALS AT CASPER-NATRONA COUNTY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ARE CELEBRATING ANOTHER STRONG MONTH. CREIGHTON UNIVERSITY ECONOMIST ERNIE GOSS SAYS HIS LATEST SURVEY OF PURCHASING MANAGERS IN WYOMING FORECASTS A GROWING ECONOMY OVER THE NEXT 3 TO 6 MONTHS.
FIREFIGHTERS FROM THREE WYOMING COUNTIES ARE IN NEW MEXICO BATTLING WILDFIRES THAT HAVE SCORCHED SEVERAL THOUSANDS ACRES IN THAT STATE. A federal judge has sentenced a New Mexico man to serve five years in prison for torching the Hitching Post Inn in Cheyenne in 2010.
IT MAY HAVE LOOKED LIKE A HAZARDOUS MATERIAL SITUATION OUTSIDE OF THE WYOMING MEDICAL CENTER, BUT THAT WAS NOT THE CASE.
MEMBERS OF THE HOSPITAL'S EMERGENCY ROOM STAFF WERE GOING THROUGH THEIR YEARLY HAZ MAT TRAINING EXERCISE. SEVERAL CHANGES ARE COMING TO PUBLIC ACCESS TELEVISION IN CASPER.
A POWER OUTAGE SPARKED A SHUTDOWN AT THE SINCLAIR REFINERY IN CASPER TODAY, AND WITH THAT SEVERAL ALARMS COULD BE HEARD NEAR THE FACILITY. THE CITY OF CASPER WILL HELP FUND A COMMUNITY BRANDING INITIATIVE SPEARHEADED BY SEVERAL CITY AND NATRONA COUNTY-BASED AGENCIES.
THE CITY OF CASPER WILL HELP FUND A COMMUNITY BRANDING INITIATIVE SPEARHEADED BY SEVERAL CITY AND NATRONA COUNTY-BASED AGENCIES. Authorities believe a Wyoming man whose body was found at Flaming Gorge Reservoir drowned while trying to retrieve a boat.
JOSHUA’S STOREHOUSE OFFICIALS SAY PLANS TO EXPAND THE ORGANIZATION’S WAREHOUSE WILL LIKELY MOVE FORWARD DESPITE A RECENT CASPER CITY COUNCIL DECISION TO SHELF A PAIR OF OPTIONAL ONE-CENT FUNDING REQUESTS. The Wyoming Department of Transportation is using reflector poles in several areas in the state to see if they help prevent wildlife/vehicle collisions.
THE WYOMING STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION HAS IDENTIFIED THE SIX CANDIDATES IT WILL INTERVIEW FOR DIRECTOR OF THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. WYOMING GOV. MATT MEAD IS CALLING ON STATE RESIDENTS TO JOIN AN EFFORT TO RAISE MONEY TO SUPPORT VICTIMS OF THE RECENT TORNADO THAT HIT MOORE, OKLA.
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