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Sweetwater County Officials Identify Body Found Tuesday
The investigation into the cause of his death continues.
UPDATE: Up To 1,200 Customers Affected By Friday’s Thunderstorms In Wyoming
The outages are reported near Antelope Hills and Homa Hills, Evansville, Brookhurst, and south of Wright.
BLM Restricts Fire Uses In Weston, Crook, Niobrara Counties
The BLM has year-round restrictions including discharge or use of any fireworks, and discharge of a firearm using incendiary or tracer ammunition.
Casper Attracts Major Media To Cover ‘Highly Accessible Eclipse’
Media representatives tell Wilcox they are looking for the reactions from the first-timers, the people who drove 12 hours for a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Wyoming Federal Judges Sentence Five; Casper Meth Dealer Gets 10 years
Another meth dealer received 11 years of imprisonment not only for selling the drug but also for having a firearm by a person convicted of domestic violence.
July 3, 2009: A Date Which Will Be Drenched In Casper History
In 2013, the City of Casper commissioned a study of the storm sewer system.
Casper Council Seeks Way To Pay For Aging Storm Water Sewer System
The city is responsible for the repair, maintenance and capital projects of its storm sewer system.
Body Of Man Found East Of Rock Springs
The remains are being taken to Loveland, Colo., for an autopsy.
Fire Forces Highway Closure East Of Edgerton On Tuesday
The Natrona County Fire Protection District was created in 1993 when county residents voted to separate firefighting duties from Natrona County government.
Wells Fargo Completes Restoration Of Casper’s Iconic Tower
Restoration started with scraping and cleaning the surfaces of the triple-sectioned pylon.
Wyoming Robocall Ban Violates First Amendment, Company Says
The plaintiffs say restricting automated telephone calls on the basis of their content are invalid and should be closely looked at by the courts.
Don’t Just Stock Up On Supplies To Hunker Down For The Eclipse
Local and state governments agencies and health care organizations are preparing for 35,000 people expected to visit Casper for the eclipse on Aug. 21.