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Former Mills Treasurer Pleads Guilty To Felony
Lisa Whetstone will be sentenced at date to be set later.
Bar Nunn Man Bound Over For Trial On Sexual Abuse Of A Minor
A date will be set later for his arraignment in Natrona County District Court during which he will plead guilty or not guilty.
Natrona County Man Bound Over For Trial On Alleged Child Sex Crimes
The case started on Feb. 14 when a school counselor told the sheriff's office about the discovery of a USB storage device that had images of child pornography.
Evansville Denies Discrimination Allegations
Roy Mestas is seeking compensatory and punitive damages.
Casper Will Install New Play Structures In Three City Parks
The four play structures will be installed in the three city parks by June 30.
Casper City Council Eyes Major Seating Changes At Events Center
From 1983 to 2012, concert attendance averaged 3,102 per concert. Since the new seats were installed, attendance has averaged 2,779 per concert.
Natrona County School District Still Braces For Hard Times
The school district employs about 2,500 people.
Casper Police Officers, Civilians Honored For Their Service
The awards ceremony highlighted the behind-the-scenes work at the communications center and those who do tedious investigative and analytical work.
Casper Man Sentenced On Federal Child Pornography Charge
The case started in November 2015 when Winfrey contacted a Department of Homeland Security undercover agent in New Mexico in a chat room about “childslavesex.”
Casper Town Hall Organizes To Hold Wyoming Delegation Accountable
The Casper Town Hall intends to invite the congressional delegation and meet again on March 16.
Wyoming Federal Judge Sentences Two For Cocaine, Methamphetamine
The defendants are from Cheyenne and Sheridan.
Casper Woman Pleads Guilty To Stealing From Nonprofit; 2-4 Year Prison Term Recommended
If Carrie Good's case had gone to trial and she was convicted, she could have faced up to 10 years of imprisonment and a $10,000 fine.