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City to Upgrade Hogadon Ski Area Chairlift

The city of Casper will make improvements to Hogadon Ski Area's main chairlift this off-season.

Casper City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved over $140,000 for the purchase and installation of a computerized electric drive and control system for the city-owned ski area's yellow chairlift

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Events Center One Step Closer to Ice

The city of Casper may be one step closer to installing an ice rink at the Casper Events Center. With it, city official say, may come professional hockey.

Mayor Paul Meyer says the $237,000 agreement approved by Casper City Council on Tuesday will lead to the completion of needed architectural, engineering and project management services at the 8,395-seat arena

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Flight 370 Families Angry

PERTH, AUSTRALIA (AP) — The anger felt by the Chinese relatives of passengers on board the missing Malaysian jetliner doesn't appear to have eased. More than 100 of the relatives of Chinese passengers walked out of a teleconference meeting today with senior Malaysian officials -- protesting the decision by the government not to address them in person

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Live!: Wyoming Supreme Court Roadshow Comes to Casper College

 

Courtroom television dramas show it all -- bad guys, good guys, plot twists, GQ- and Vogue-model-quality attorneys, slightly less attractive judges, some whiz-bang forensic technology, a social issue, and a dash of romance -- all in an hour including commercials.

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Easter Lillies Dangerous To Your Cat

According to a report from the FDA, the white trumpet-shaped Easter lily, that is popular this time of the year, can be quite dangerous to your cat.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) wants to remind you that these particular flowers, as well as Tiger, Asiatic, Day, and Japanese Show lilies, are a safety threat to your feline friends

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Governor Mead Welcomes Delegation From Taiwan

After Governor Mead led a trade mission to Taiwan last year to start to develop new markets for Wyoming industries, the Governor  will now welcome a delegation from Taiwan to Wyoming this week. The delegation will be in Cheyenne on April 17th

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