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Casper City Council Names Michael Huber New Council Member
Council members Bob Hopkins and Chris Walsh complimented the passion and commitment to service of those who applied.
Twelve Apply For Vacant Casper City Council Position
Casper City Council will interview the 12 candidates in council chambers at the Hall of Justice beginning at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday.
One Man Pleads Guilty To Blocking Access In Yellowstone Park
The defendants belong to Wild Buffalo Defense, which describes itself as, people dedicated to seeing wild buffalo roam free and protecting Indian treaties.
Town Of Thayne Responds To Gay Discrimination Lawsuit
The Town of Thayne wants federal court to dismiss the discrimination lawsuit filed by Rusty and Marc Andrus.
Casper Police Arrest Five For Drunk Driving During The Weekend
The average blood alcohol content of those arrested was 0.23 percent.
Washington Man Indicted For Transporting Teen Girls For Sex
David Peter Vier originally was charged with one count in a criminal complaint in early February. He now is charged with two counts.
World’s Tallest Active Geyser Erupts In Yellowstone National Park
Its last major eruption was on September 3, 2014.
Campbell County Fire Department Puts Out Tank Farm Blaze Near Wright
There were no injuries.
Two Protesters Arrested At Yellowstone Bison Facility
Earlier this week, three people from Wild Buffalo Defense were sentenced in federal court for similar protests last week at the bison quarantine facility.
Western States, Wyoming Wage War On Invasive Species
The Western Governors' Association published the first-ever list of the 50 worst invasive species -- 25 terrestrial and 25 aquatic -- affecting the west.
Mark Gordon Touts Coal, Trump Administration During Campaign Stop In Casper
Wyoming State Treasurer Mark Gordon launched his campaign in Buffalo on Wednesday, stopped at the Boys And Girls Club's WyoTowne in Casper on Thursday.
Natrona County GOP Chooses Assessor Candidates
The Natrona County Commission will interview the three candidates at its work session Tuesday and vote for one to fill the vacancy in the Assessor's Office.