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Natrona County Commission Chooses Visitors Bureau CEO as New Member
The other two candidates were Mike Pyatt and Dave North.
Mills Man Pleads Not Guilty to Multiple Charges of Child Sexual Abuse
Jonah Decker, born in 1984, remains in custody on a $50,000 cash bond.
Former Casper Councilman Loses Appeals in Federal Court
A lawsuit by Craig Hedquist against former Casper Police Chief, now city councilman, Chris Walsh, is still pending before the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Former Casper Conductor Resigns From Bozeman Symphony Amid Bullying Allegations
The Casper-based Wyoming Symphony Orchestra has been looking for a new music director.
House Has Question About Senate Version of Veterans Nursing Facility
Some House members will meet with some Senate members to resolve the creation of the state account.
Federal Prosecutor: Former Casper Doctor Threatened to Kill Customer
The trial of Shakeel Kahn and other defendants is scheduled to start in late April.
BREAKING: Senate Sends Veterans Facility to Buffalo, But the VA Could Stop It
House Bill 82 recommended Buffalo as the location.
Natrona County Schools Use Program to Identify Struggling Students
Schools have used similar programs, but the Multi-tier System of Supports analyzes the root causes of behavioral problems and then finds ways to resolve them.
Converse County Authorities Arrest Drunk Driver After I-25 Chase
Spike strips were deployed and deflated the vehicle's four tires east of Glenrock.
Old Assault Allegation To Be Cited At Tony Cercy Sentencing
Tony Cercy faces up to 15 years of imprisonment.
Casper City Council Drops ‘Over-Serving’ Demand in Alcohol Ordinance
The Council also proposed a companion resolution, which does not have the force of law.
UPDATE: Casper Fire-EMS Responds to Gas Leak in West Casper
No injuries have been reported.