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Bar Nunn Gets $1 Million For I-25 Interchange; WYDOT And Natrona County Must Reallocate $2…
For nearly five years, Bar Nunn has been looking at an interchange that would be located between the Wardwell and Ormsby exits.
Casper City Manager Announces Retirement; Search Begins For V.H. McDonald’s Successor
V.H. McDonald was assistant city manager to former City Manager John Patterson, who announced his resignation in May 2015 and who left on Nov. 1.
Natrona County District Attorney Rips Council, Wyoming Legislature
The National Office of Victims of Crime organizes the Victims' Rights Week for communities to recognize individuals and organizations that support victims.
Casper Council Member Todd Murphy Resigns
City Manager V.H. McDonald said council will begin meeting about the process to replace Murphy.
Council Member: Casper Women Won’t Be Deterred From Changing Attitudes Toward Sexual Assau…
Aimee Kidd first approached the council last fall with her concerns about the investigation of her case.
Cheyenne Man Deemed Habitual Criminal, Gets 35-50 Years
Wyoming Highway Patrol troopers fired five shots, hitting Jimmie Files and the pickup. Files crashed into a patrol vehicle and broke its rear axle.
Wyoming Federal Judges Sentence Nine Defendants
Three of the defendants were from out of state.
Casper Police Chief Swears In Chaplain Wes Gudahl
Wes Gudahl was born into a preacher's family in Wheatland, raised in Colorado, served in the Air Force, and earned a degree at a Bible College.
Wyoming Business Council Approves Disaster Loans For Beet Growers
This will be the fourth time the Business Council has provided disaster relief loans, and this loan proposal nearly doubles all previous loans.
Casper Child Pornographer Accused Of Sex With Girl
The girl, who was in high school at the time, told a detective Kyle Hebert had been in the military, and was a conspiracy theorist and paranoid.
Decaying Alcova Bridge Set For Replacement; Transportation Commission Awards Contracts
The Wyoming Transportation Commission awarded eight contracts totaling $13.6 million at its meeting March 23.
Ethete Man Sentenced To 108 Years For Sexual Abuse
The criminal complaint did not state Wayne Magnan's age, nor did it or other court documents explain how the girls came to bring their allegations against him seven and six years later.