Wow, hats off to 14-year-old Savannah Hawkins of Casper who went on her very first elk hunt last weekend, and was very successful. Savannah was also the only one in her family to draw a tag this year … you go girl!!
On Tuesday, three Wyoming residents were arrested on felony meth charges after a Laramie County Sheriff’s Deputy stopped a vehicle for speeding and called for K9 support.
(Casper, Wyo.) – On Wednesday night the Special Olympics Wyoming Fall Tournament kicked off with a special dinner, and today athletes from across our Equality State came together for a weekend full of competition.
We are throwing it back to Fall in 1907 with this great snap of two Halloween ladies, Genevieve Sheffner in the white skirt and Marjorie Kieth the other pumpkin head sitting on the courthouse steps!
(Casper, Wyo.) – We are coming out the fog of the week and the light at the end of the tunnel is near!
(Casper, Wyo.) – Here is a recap of law enforcement activity from around Natrona County over the past twenty-four hours. All those cited or arrested are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. Charges filed are subject to change following official filling from Natrona County District Attorney’s Office.
St. Anthony Tri-Parish Catholic School held their 4th Annual Joy Breakfast and dedicated Mick McMurry Lane
(Casper, Wyo.) – On Thursday October 1st, St. Anthony Tri-Parish Catholic School held their 4th Annual Joy Breakfast.
(Casper, Wyo.) – Over the last few weeks, a group of Casper Police Officers and Casper Fire/EMS volunteers have been helping out the Wyoming Food for Thoughts Project.
Crime Stoppers: Kristi Richardson’s family offers $250,000 reward for information about her disapperance
It has been one year since Kristi Richardson went missing from her Casper home. Her family is offering a $250,000 reward for information about her disappearance. If you have any information about this, please contact the Casper Police Department at 235 – 8202.
With 3.8 million visits 2015 so far, visitation to Yellowstone surpasses previous record set in 2010
(Yellowstone, Wyo.) – With three months left to go, visitation to Yellowstone National Park this year has now surpassed the previous record for total annual visitation set in 2010. The park has thus far seen more than 3.8 million visits in 2015, which exceeds the total visits recorded in the previous busiest year of 2010, when the park tallied just over 3.6 million visits.
Come Celebrate Local Foods and the Year of the Soil at Local Fest happening October 14-18 at the Lander Community and Convention Center! This is an event for anyone who enjoys locally grown food.
(Casper, Wyo.) – Dancing with the Stars of Casper is coming up in Casper on Saturday, October 24th! Oil City has two tickets waiting for one lucky fan…here’s how you can enter to the pair of tickets.
(Casper, Wyo.) – Congratulations to local Natrona County Mustang, Hunter Kuhn, who earned All State Team for Boys tennis from the Wyoming Coaches Association.
As the fog rolls in, the rocks get steeper, the trees thicker and the heart rate increases!
(Casper, Wyo.) -“The earthquake has complicated development and politics across the country,” says George Varughese, senior scholar at the University of Wyoming’s Global Studies, who will discuss pre- and post-earthquake issues in Nepal at an upcoming presentation on October 20.
(Casper, Wyo.) -It was not the boy who cried wolf this time, it was the girls at Evansville Elementary screaming, ‘The Coyotes are coming, the Coyotes are coming,” as twenty-six Casper Coyotes hockey players visited the school to read with the kids.
(Casper, Wyo.) – It all started with a tip from a concerned member of the public. Friday October 2nd in the afternoon, when a caller reported suspicious hunting activity on 33-Mile Road just west of Casper.
Governor Matt Mead announced the state is expecting a budget shortfall of at least $100 million this fiscal year. As of now, spending is already outpacing revenue. The shortfall is due to natural gas and oil prices being significantly lower than projected.