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Casper City Council Dismisses City Attorney Bill Luben
The city hired City Attorney Bill Luben on Aug. 24, 2001.
Wyoming Federal Judges Sentence Three Men For Drug, Illegal Alien Crimes
Two defendants were sentenced for drug-related crimes.
Casper Receives Requests For Bar And Grill Licenses
A bar and grill liquor license allows a business to sell alcohol for on-premises consumption only.
Police, Sheriff’s Office Will Have Extra Patrols This Weekend
Natrona County Sheriff's Sgt. Aaron Shatto encouraged people to have a designated driver if they're drinking.
Casper Woman Sentenced For Endangering Child With Methamphetamine
A misdemeanor count of possessing methamphetamine was dismissed as part of a plea agreement.
Mills Police Respond To Stalking By Possibly Mentally Ill Woman
Natrona County budgeted $15,000 for involuntary commitments for the current fiscal year, the same as it has for recent years.
Wyoming’s Population Tripled For Eclipse, So Did Highway Patrol Calls
Highway Patrol troopers issued 59 citations for possession of marijuana.
Casper City Manager Announces Wage Freeze; No Employee Layoffs
The city council hired Napier in part to find ways to resolve the budget crisis.
Casper Police Locate One Of Its Most Wanted; Suspect Is In Cheyenne Jail
Jesse Benson was in the Laramie County Jail for charges in that county.
Former Wyoming Highway Trooper Appeals Kidnapping Plot Sentence
Franklin Joseph Ryle, Jr., is serving his sentence at the Seagoville, Texas, Federal Correctional Institute.
Hidden In Plain(s) Sight: 1920s Car Dealership Found At Former Furniture Store
The 1920s-era building was the home of the Nolan Chevrolet Co.
Allegiant Air Ends Casper Flights In January
The airline served about 300 passengers a week.