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Casper Woman Named State Big Sister Of The Year

April was National Volunteer Month, and with that in mind, the Casper office of Big Brothers Big Sisters recently honored their volunteers at an appreciation dinner. Big Brothers and Sisters (Bigs) and their Little Brothers and Sisters (Little) were treated to an evening of fine food and entertainment by local magician Lazarus Benson

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Family of Man Who Died in Jail Sues Natrona County for $1 Million

The family of a Casper man who committed suicide in the Natrona County jail is seeking $1 million in damages against the county, the sheriff's office and others for negligent behavior that lead to his death, the family's attorney said Thursday.

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Jason Clark, equipment operator for the Natrona County Road and Bridge Department, points to a portion of a voting machine he helped move to the Thunderbird Gym at Casper College on Thursday. The equipment will be set up for Tuesday's election about the Natrona County School District's bond issue.

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Jason Clark, equipment operator for the Natrona County Road and Bridge Department, points to a portion of a voting machine he helped move to the Thunderbird Gym at Casper College on Thursday. The equipment will be set up for Tuesday's election about the Natrona County School District's bond issue. Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
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County Distributes Voting Machines

Natrona County is ready for voters to cast their ballots about the school district's $33 million bond issue on Tuesday, an election official says.

"May 6th, all polling places will be open from seven in the morning to seven at night," Elections Deputy Clerk Chris Lindsey said Thursday

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Sen. Bill Landen Announces Re-election Bid

 

Republican State Sen. Bill Landen will seek his party's nomination for re-election to represent Senate District 27 in eastern Natrona County, he said Wednesday.

Landen's seven years in the Legislature gives him an edge to deal with the challenges of education, veterans and the economy, he said.

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Memorial Hospital Trustees Meet Tuesday

The board of trustees that oversees the Wyoming Medical Center's lease of Natrona County's hospital assets will hold its monthly meeting at 7 a.m. Tuesday at the Medical Center's boardroom, according to the county

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Winter Storm Watch Posted For The Casper Area

Even though we are looking at temperatures approaching 70 today, mother nature has a different plan for the weekend.

The National Weather Service has issued this advisory for the Casper area,

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Wyoming’s Population Nears 583,000, Natrona and Teton Counties State’s Fastest Growers

Wyoming’s population grew by about one percent last year to 582,658.

Officials with the state’s Economic Analysis Division gathered the county and statewide information between July 2012 and July 2013

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Natrona County Schools Placed on Brief Lockdown

Natrona County High School and Park Elementary School, in Casper, were placed on a brief lock down Wednesday afternoon.

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Natrona County Commission Approves Mountain Recreation Study

You hike, camp, ski nordically, picnic and otherwise hang out on Casper Mountain.

The Natrona County Parks Department knows you want to do more and do it better.

So the county commission last week approved up to $59,200 to hire consultants to collect ideas for recreation, repair and construction` from mountain users, property owners, volunteers, and government agencies, says parks department director Dick O'Hearn

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School Bus Involved In Accident In Casper

 

Natrona County School District Bus #66 was involved in an accident at the intersection of 12th Street and Nebraska Avenue at 7:38 a.m. Monday, March 24. No students were on the bus at this time, and the bus driver was not injured. Three vehicles were involved in this accident heading west on 12th Street near the intersection of Nebraska Avenue.

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