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Two Dogs Killed By Icy Waters of North Platte

Two dogs died Sunday after they were swept away under the ice of the North Platte River near Morad Park. Fire officials say the warmer weather has created holes in the river ice, with swift water moving underneath

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Robert Broyles
Casper Police Dept.
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Robert Broyles Sentenced For Possession Of A Deadly Weapon Charge

A homeless Tennessee man will avoid prison time in a case in which prosecutors say he threatened to kill another person in Casper.

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Robert Broyles
Casper Police Dept.
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Homeless Man Enters Alford Plea to Possession of a Deadly Weapon Charge

A 35-year-old homeless man prosecutors say threatened another person with a knife and a hand axe at a Casper park now says prosecutors have enough evidence to garner a conviction.

After multiple court hearings since his arrest in July, including one request for new legal council altogether, a strained Robert Broyles appeared in front of district judge Catherine Wilking in Natrona County District Court on Friday to enter an Alford plea to one count of possession of a deadly weapon with intent to threaten the life of another

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Platte River Parkway Trust
Platte River Parkway Trust
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Morad Trail Bypass; Funding And Contractor Ready To Go In Spring

Construction on a bypass trail through Morad Park should start this spring.

The Platte River Parkway Trust recently selected a contractor, Knife River Inc. to construct the pathway. Parkway Trust Executive Director, Angela Emery, says the completed project should alleviate pathway congestion

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Robert Broyles
Casper Police Dept.
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Robert Broyles Denied New Legal Counsel In Attempted Murder Case

A man facing attempted murder charges will not get new legal counsel.

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Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
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Dog Waste May Bring End To Off-Leash Morad

The bad behavior of dog owners who don't pick up after their pet may mean the end of Morad Park as a leash free zone.

City officials fear the large accumulations of dog waste at the popular dog park may be compromising the quality of run off into the North Platte River

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Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
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Second Pathway Through Morad By Summer’s End

Morad Park users in Casper may be noticing the first signs of a new trail to be built through that section of the Platte River Parkway Trail System.

Parkway Trust Executive Director, Angela Emery, says a recent walk through by engineers left markers along the proposed route

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Platte River Parkway Trust
Platte River Parkway Trust
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Morad Park Bypass On The Drawing Board

Those who know Morad park on a busy day know that pedestrian traffic slows when dog and people jams, mix with cross town bike traffic.

Adding a second bypass trail through the dog park is paid for and slated for later this year

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Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
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Platte River Parkway Board Open House Next Week

The Platte River Parkway through Casper continues to grow in popularity and in amenities. Next Monday the Parkway Trust Board holds its annual meeting and open house and the public is encouraged to attend. The setting gives folks a chance to meet with p

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New Ideas For Platte River Parkway Unveiled [VIDEO]

Upcoming enhancements and proposals for one cent funds were on display at the Platte River Parkway Trust annual meeting this week.

Board members met with the public to talk about the vision for the trail as it continues to expand in length and in popularity

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