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One Dead After Head-On Crash Near Lusk
One person is dead after a head-on collision last week about a mile west of the town of Lusk.
The Wyoming Highway Patrol said 49-year-old Vonda J. Martinez of Lusk was driving westbound on U.S. Highway 18/20 when she crossed the center-line and struck the vehicle of Gillaum C...
Ribbon-Cutting For New Play Structure Set For Thursday
The city of Casper is getting ready to formally open a new playground at the west-side Nancy English Park.
Casper parks manager Dan Coryell said the new play structure replaces a former structure at the site.
“I usually keep a top 10 list of all of our current play structures in town – Nan…
Casper Airport Numbers Up In June
Passenger numbers at the Casper-Natrona County International Airport were up roughly 10 percent during the month of June, airport officials say.
“That’s almost 10,000 passengers total in this June compared with June of 2013,” Airport manager Glenn Januska s…
Public Restroom Project Scaled Back, Total Cost Up
The cost for a new public restroom in downtown Casper is going up.
Casper City Council has agreed to a roughly $350,000 contract with Casper-based Haass Construction toward construction of the facility at the parking ramp between South Center and South Wolcott streets...
Casper City Council Approves CATC Contract
Casper City Council approved a professional services contract with the non-profit Casper-Area Transportation Coalition on Tuesday.
Casper mayor Paul Meyer said the roughly $1.9 million dollar contract will help ensure that CATC will continue to operate for at least the next six months not only in Cas…
City Council Approves Zamboni, Dasher Board Contracts
Casper City Council on Tuesday approved the purchase of a new ice resurfacing vehicle and dasher boards for the soon-to-be-installed ice rink at the Casper Events Center.
Both resolutions were passed 6-to-2, with Ward I councilmen Daniel Sandoval and Keith Goodenough twice providing dissenting votes.…

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