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Candidate Filing For Casper City Council Begins May 17
Six of the nine nonpartisan city council seats will be filled.
Secretary Of State Cancels Diplomat’s Speech At Casper College
The college announced last week that Timothy Lenderking would speak about the Middle East on Thursday.
Judge Denies Lovcom Request To Interview Casper Police Officers
Lovcom attorney Bruce Moats argued information gleaned from those depositions is in the public interest and would not interfere with the investigation by the DCI.
Casper Launches Optional One-Cent Sales Tax Education Program
Napier estimated revenues from the Optional One-Cent Sales Tax No. 16, if renewed, would be about $12 million to $13 million a year, for a total of about $50 million.
Michigan Man Charged With Smuggling, Hiring Illegal Aliens In Casper
The case started March 20 when deportation officers arrested 11 illegal aliens at a construction site near Wyoming Boulevard and South Poplar Street.
Natrona County School District: Balance Safety, Community Links
District Superintendent Steve Hopkins said crisis management plans for schools have been around for a long time, but technology has changed the priorities of the crises.
Casper Businessman Sonny Pilcher Probably Loses Bankruptcy Protection
Pilcher filed for chapter 7 bankruptcy protection -- liquidation of assets to pay creditors -- in July 2015 while he was serving a one year sentence in federal prison in Colorado for tax fraud.
Casper City Council Delays Vote On Food Trucks Until May
Officials with cities with thriving urban areas told Casper downtown business leader Pete Owen that Casper's proposed ordinance about food trucks would devastate downtown.
Law Enforcement Seizes Meth, Heroin and Fentanyl in Albany County
The news release did not identify the law enforcement agencies working on the case, where the interdiction occurred, or any suspects.
Natrona County Judge Sets New Tony Cercy Trial For November
One of Cercy's attorneys, Jeffrey Pagliuca of Denver, said he will file a motion to change the venue, or location, of the trial.
Natrona County Man Faces Trial For Allegedly Shooting At Occupied House
The sheriff's investigator has had several encounters with Clark over the past 16 years.
Yellowstone National Park Opens Most Roads Beginning Friday
Springtime in Yellowstone means fewer crowds, opportunities for hiking at lower elevations, and skiing or snowshoeing at higher elevations.