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Muddy Mountain Road to Open on May 30
Officials with the Bureau of Land Management say Muddy Mountain Road will open for the season on May 30.
BLM officials warn, however, that several areas of the road will likely be wet and muddy due to melting snow. In a release, assistant field manager Rhen Etzelmiller said, at this stage, caution mu…
Hogadon Fee Increases Given Preliminary City Council Approval
Casper City Council on Tuesday gave preliminary approval to several fee hikes at Hogadon Ski Area.
The proposed increases range between four and seven percent and affect season pass and lift ticket fees.
Under the proposal, the fee for an adult single-season pass would increase $20 to $420, and the yo…
City Council Postpones Satellite Winery Vote
City councilors on Tuesday opted to postpone a third and final vote on the City of Casper's proposed satellite winery ordinance.
During a special session that was held specifically to pass the final reading and expedite the adoption of the amended code, council instead voted 8-to-1 to table the vote …
Wyoming Gas Prices Inching Higher Again
The price for a gallon of gas is trending higher again in Wyoming – that’s according to GasBuddy.com and its survey of nearly 500 gas stations throughout the state.
“Wyoming stands at an average price of about $3.48 per gallon – that’s up slightly fro…
Schlager to Run for City Council Again This November
A Ward III city councilwoman and former Casper mayor says she intends to run for a council seat again this November.
Kenyne Schlager says she carries the right experience to properly guide council for the next four years.
“We’ve had a pretty significant turnover on council fairly recently, and, with s…
Casper City Council Approves Baler Negotiation Agreement
The city of Casper will make another attempt at getting its malfunctioning balers at the Casper Regional Landfill working again.
Casper City Council on Tuesday approved a legal counsel agreement with Casper-based lawfirm Williams, Porter, Day and Neville, which will be tasked with restarting negotiat…
Casper City Council Rejects Stuckenhoff Construction Bid
Immediate facility upgrades will not be coming to a city of Casper-owned shooting range.
Casper City Council on Tuesday rejected a nearly $200,000 bid from a Sheridan-based firm to construct an addition at the Stuckenhoff Shooter's Complex that would have included new restrooms and office space.…

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