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Book Donations Sought to Help Tribal College Library

Students from Casper College are seeking donations of unused or gently loved books to assist the Oglala Lakota Tribal College Library’s “Build Your Own Library” Program.
According to Diana Quealy-Berge, Casper College addictionology instructor and chair of the school’s psychology and addictionology department, the group would like to gather

“a collection of all kinds of books including children’s picture books, young reader books, mysteries, fiction, nonfiction, how-to-fix-it books, really anything but textbooks

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Hedquist Public Hearing Rules Given Preliminary Approval

During Tuesday’s work session, Casper City Council reviewed and gave preliminary approval to the procedure for councilman Craig Hedquist's Apr. 29 informal public hearing.

According to the procedure outlined in council documents, city-hired attorneys and attorneys representing Hedquist will first be given 30 minutes each to make opening arguments to city council

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Goodenough to Run for Natrona County Commission

A two-term city councilman will run for a seat on the Natrona County Commission this November.

Ward I councilman Keith Goodenough formally announced his candidacy prior to Tuesday’s Casper City Council work session.

“I’ve been a state representative, a state senato

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Casper Arbor Day Event This Thursday

An Arbor Day tree-planting celebration will be held later this week at a Casper-area Interstate 25 interchange near the city's east side.

Keep Casper Beautiful spokesperson Beth Andress says the city will partner with area high school students and the Wyoming State Forestry Division for the event Thursday morning at the northbound Curtis Street interchange

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Governor Subject of Huffington Post Column

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead is the subject of a column in the Huffington Post. The issue at hand is the status of new science standards in the state, particularly the teaching of climate change.  The column by Bebecca Klein is entitled, "Wyoming Governor Takes Major Stand Against Modern Science."

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Wyoming Film Office Sponsors World Premiere In Cody

The Wyoming Office of Tourism's Film Office, last night, sponsored the world premiere of "...Epilogue," a short film by the 2012 Wyoming Short Film Contest winner Preston Randolph. "...Epilogue" premiered last night to a packed house at the Big Horn Cinemas in Cody

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