PHOTOS: Cool New Art Gallery Opens Shop in Casper
A wonderfully weird collection! Open to the public from noon to 6:30 p.m.
Glenrock Library Launch ‘Project Prom,’ Providing Free Formalwear to Teens
"A library is one of the very, very few places available in a community where you aren't expected to spend money" says teen librarian Jenn Butler. In addition to providing books, they're now helping teens find free formalwear for prom.
Eerie Fog Settles over Casper, Photo Taken from Lookout Point
Winter is fighting to hang on as we near the end of March. The abrupt warmups and rapid cooldowns are the perfect recipe for fog -- a sneaky hazard for drivers on speedy highways. Fog forms when the air is almost saturated, or the moment when it holds just about as much water vapor as it can. Saturation ha...
Calling All Snow Bunnies: Last Day to Ski at Hogadon is Easter Sunday
The final day will be Sunday, April 9th from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Celebrate Women’s History Month by Learning About Leona Bishop and her Daughters
The history of the Bishop women -- preserved by the Cadoma Foundation -- allow us to take a closer look at the Bishop women who no doubt made their mark on the windy city.
Casper College’s 31st Annual Multicultural Film Festival Looks at Themes of Poverty
"Dimensions of Poverty" is the theme for Casper College's Multicultural Film Festival screening films that cover topics like homelessness and food insecurity. The Film Festival is free and open to the public.
Wyoming Department of Ed. Seek Public Input on Math, Science Standards
The Wyoming Department of Education is collecting public input on the 2023 Wyoming Math and Science Standards at the request of the State Board of Education (SBE). The collected input will be shared with the SBE. The SBE, along with State Superintendent of Public Instruction Megan Degenfelder, resolved to reduce the standards load and enact an audit of the Math and Science Standards first... Read
Governor Mark Gordon Proclaims April as Native Plant Month
Gov. Gordon: “Native plants are essential for healthy, diverse, and sustainable ecosystems and are critical for cleaning air, filtering water, and stabilizing soils.”
One Week Left to Submit Comments to Wyoming Game and Fish on Hunting Seasons
Written comments shall be presented to the Game and Fish Commission prior to their April 2023 meeting in Casper.
Casper Woman Teaches Self-Defense Classes for Women, Children
Jiu-jitsu instructor Kery Nelms teaches "the gentle art," as she calls it, "which teaches a smaller person to overcome a bigger person."