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BREAKING: Judge Finds Mills Man Guilty of Eight Felonies
A sentencing date will be set later. Doyle Gabbert, whose bond was set at $1 million, is now being held without bond.
BLM Invites Comment on Muddy Mountain Management Plan
Comments on the proposed plan are due by April 7.
Wyoming Students Awarded Daniels Fund Scholarships
Slightly more than 2,000 students applied this year, and the Daniels Fund awarded 230 scholarships.
Casper Agencies Set Date For Sexual Assault Forum
A second panel discussion on sexual assault will be held at Durham Hall at Casper College on May 18.
Trial Begins For Mills Man Who Led Police On City-wide Chase
The trial resumes Tuesday.
Casper’s Surplus Stuff Can Be Your Treasure: Auction Includes Office Equipment, Cars, Ice …
Bids on the city's surplus equipment are due by 2 p.m., March 28.
Casper’s Own ‘Land Ho': City Wants To Sell Four Properties
All sealed bids must be received by April 2.
BREAKING: Casper Motorcycle Rider Charged With Brian Scott Gamroth’s Death
Under Montana law, conviction of negligent homicide is punishable by up to 20 years of imprisonment, a fine of up to $50,000 or both.
Wyoming Federal Judge Sentences Five Men
Only one of the defendants was from Wyoming.
Vatican Names Rapid City Priest As New Bishop For Wyoming
The Installation Mass for Bishop Biegler will be held June 5.
Casper’s ‘Indivisible’ Chapter Hosts Second Town Hall
The first town hall meeting on Feb. 27 was attended by more than 60 people.
Casper City Council, Not Police Chief, Pushed For Independent Review, Huckabay Says
Casper City Council has pushed for an independent review of the department beginning last fall.