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Casper City Council Approves Immediate Retirement of City Manager
Council approved the early retirement of V.H. McDonald and the appointment of Liz Becher as interim city manager Tuesday.
Casper Mayor Says She’ll Resign If Council Doesn’t Support Her
A couple of residents suggest Casper change from its council-manager system to a strong mayor system in which the mayor, not a city manager, oversees city operations.
Casper City Council Set To Approve McDonald’s Early Retirement Today
City Council will consider the accelerated retirement of City Manager V.H. McDonald at its meeting at 6 p.m. today.
Natrona County Sheriff’s Office Seeks Help In Cemetery Theft
If you have any information regarding this crime, please call the Natrona County Sheriff’s Office at 235-9282.
Casper Mayor Remains Mostly Mum About Council Executive Session On Monday
The revised council meeting agenda will be available Tuesday morning.
Rocky Mountain Power Asks For Rate Decrease For Wyoming
For the average residential customer using 733 kilowatt hours per month, this means you will pay about $15.36 a year less for electricity.
Evansville Man Charged With 22 Burglaries At Alcova Lake
After waiving his Miranda rights, Christopher Wallace admitted to sheriff's deputies in November he was involved in the burglaries.
Wyoming Federal Judges Sentence Men For ID Theft, Child Pornography
Two of the defendants were from outside Wyoming.
Corrupt Care: Natrona County DA Assails Exploiters Of Vulnerable Adults
Addicts, especially those who use pain-killing narcotics, aren't able to hold jobs and they look for money and find vulnerable adults are easy marks.
Casper Woman Who Stole From Brother Sentenced To Probation and Ordered To Pay Restitution
Sending Donna Anderson to prison would punish her, but it also would render her unable to work to make restitution.
Bar Nunn Man Charged With Beating Elderly Couple Is Found Competent To Stand Trial
William Quillin will appear for a preliminary hearing next week to determine if his case should be bound over for trial
Natrona County Judge Sets Bedsaul Trial; He’s Accused Of Raping Girl
Brandtly Bedsaul remains in custody on a $1 million bond.