(Casper, Wyo.) – Jessica Carnline’s defense counsel has filed motions to change the setting of the trial as well as move the case from District to Juvenile Court.
(Casper, Wyo.) – Three finalists for Natrona County High School principal position have been named. The three candidates are listed below with their bios:
(Casper, Wyo.) – Wyoming Highway Patrol this afternoon identified the victims of last night’s car crash along Highway 259.
Today students weren’t so lucky, but in the future here is the district’s inclement weather protocol
(Casper, Wyo.) -Natrona County School District recognizes that school is an important part of community and family life. As a result, schools will be closed for inclement weather or natural disasters only when the community itself is unable to operate safely. Primary factors considered are adverse weather conditions and safe transportation of students and staff.
(Casper, Wyo.) – William Coronado III, 35, and Brigette Gonzalez, 22, were arrested on Sunday after an alleged incident where a woman was severely assaulted in February at a hotel room in Casper.
(Casper, Wyo.) – Following the recent storm, National Weather Service office in Riverton has released the snowfall totals from around the state. East Casper Mountain received over 20 inches of new snow with much of the Casper area exceeding six inches of snowfall during the storm.
(Casper, Wyo.) – There is a wonderful training coming up next week called ASIST—Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training which is meant for physicians and other clinicians who may engage in a more in-depth conversation with someone who is in crisis.
(Casper, Wyo.) – The March edition of the Tate Geological Museum’s Saturday Club will “discuss the geology of other planets, their past history and the possibility of extraterrestrial life,” said Russell Hawley.
(Casper,Wyo.) – In 1997 a complete articulated foot of a diplodocus dinosaur was found at what is now called the “Foot Site” by the Big Horn Basin Foundation. The quarry holds 3 diplodocus dinosaurs, two of which are sub adults and one is an adult. The site is still being actively excavated and is about 2 miles south of the Wyoming Dinosaur Center on the Warm Springs Ranch.