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Clarion Inn Opens; Owner Renovated Former Parkway Plaza
The Clarion Inn now has events scheduled into 2023.
Casper City Council Rejects Selling Former Plains Furniture Properties
Casper City Council bought the former Plains Furniture properties for $3 million after a 6-3 vote in 2015.
Casper City Council Gives Initial Nod to Senior Living Project
The 1.65-acre parcel is at the northwest corner of Southwest Wyoming Boulevard and South Coffman Avenue.
Casper Man Intends Development at Former Grant School Site
The proposed addition consists of three lots including the former school, a vacant lot and the former outdoor play area.
Former Casper Mayor Kathleen Dixon Dies
Kathleen Dixon was the attorney for the Natrona County School District.
Yellowstone Visits Down Slightly; Park Plans Prescribed Burn
The park will conduct a prescribed burn to restore native vegetation some day between Wednesday and Oct. 24, depending on the weather.
Natrona County School District Starts Website Tracking Five-year Strategic Plan Progress
School district spokeswoman Tanya Southerland said the website is a work in progress.
Supreme Court Upholds Casper Man’s Sexual Assault Conviction
The victim identified Brown. She said he had taken her out to his truck in the parking lot, where he touched her inappropriately.
Casper Woman Found Guilty of Multiple Animal Cruelty Charges
Deanne Gray's sentencing will be in three weeks.
Casper City Council Approves Restoring 30 mph E. Second Street Speed Limit
In March, the city changed the speed limit to 20 mph from 30 mph on East Second Street between South McKinley Street and Park Street.