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Laramie Amends Unconstitutional Sign Law

The Laramie City Council adopted an ordinance last night removing the unconstitutional time limitations imposed by the Laramie Unified Development Code on political signs.

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Clint Webb Pleads Not Guilty To Charges That He Tried To Run Over His Wife

A Casper man accused of trying to run over his wife has entered a plea in court.

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Casper Crime Stoppers: Crime of the Week 9-1-14

Crime Stoppers would like to remind people school is back session. Please be mindful of all crosswalks and school zones. Make sure to obey school bus lights and watch for kids exiting and entering the school buses.

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Doing Something by Doing Nothing: Council Declines Hedquist’s Investigation Request

Acting on an attorney's recommendation, Casper City Council did something Tuesday by doing nothing.

Last week, councilman Craig Hedquist sent a letter to city council asking for an investigation into whether some city officials violated ethical standards.

Judy Studer, substituting for City Attorney Bill Luben who faced a conflict of

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Casper City Council Passes ‘Removal of Officials’ Ordinance

Casper City Council voted 6-3 for a long-contested ordinance for a process to remove council members at its meeting Tuesday.

The ordinance, passed on third reading, would penalize direct violations of the city’s code of ethics, as well as sexual harassment, workplace violence and the creation of a hostile work environment

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Motorcyclist Becomes 100th Fatality on Wyoming Roads.

Pickup driver apparently not paying attention and the biker is dead.

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Longmire’s Down, but Buffalo’s Not Out

The cancelation of the Longmire television series has gone over about about as well as finding a buzzard-eaten body in The Busy Bee restaurant in Buffalo's alter ego of Durant, Wyo., county seat of Absaroka County

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Thankful Thursdays Kicks Off This Week Supporting The Self Help Center

Casper's favorite party with a purpose is back! Come join us this week as Thankful Thursday's start back up at the Beacon Club! We kick things off this week by supporting the Self Help Center, Thursday starting at 5:00 PM.

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Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
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Unions: Labor Day Celebrates Their Past Victories and Hopes for Future Progress

Labor Day honors those who organized for better wages, better benefits, better-trained workers, better working conditions, and better lives whether or not people belonged to unions.

"I support unions; I believe that they're the ones who built the middle class," Mike Gilmore said

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Another Kind of Labor Day; Women Want Birth Options at WMC

Melonie Cadwell is due this month, but doesn't know where she will have her baby because of the local hospital resistance to offering the choice of a vaginal birth after caesarean section.

"I am not sure yet," Cadwell said

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