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Many Retailers Plan Closures Thanksgiving Weekend

People looking to get shopping done in the Casper area will want to avoid stores like Walmart on Thursday, November 25nd with a number of national retailers planning closures for Thanksgiving. The holiday store closures are a dramatic turnaround from just a couple of years ago when retail stores would open early on Thanksgiving to […]

Casper’s ‘Toys for Tots’ Annual Toy Drive Information

Menards is partnering with ‘Toys for Tots’ here in Casper this year for their annual toy drive, where you can either purchase a new toy here, which there are plenty to choose from and donate, or you can either bring in your new toy donation. The home improvement store continues their tradition of putting smiles […]

AK Senator Discusses New Legislation | American Energy, Climate, and Jobs Plan

We spoke with Alaska Senator Dan Sullivan about his American energy, climate and jobs plan which he introduced alongside Senator Cynthia Lummis as the conservative alternative to the progressive’s Green New Deal. Will Silverstein: I’m pleased to be joined by Senator Dan Sullivan. Senator, thank you so much for joining us today. Dan Sullivan: Hey, […]

Counterfeit US Currency Circulating Through Local Businesses

The Worland Police Department and Washakie County Sheriff’s office have received reports of counterfeit U.S. currency that has recently been circulating through local businesses. The denominations have varied from $5 to $100 bills. Please pay attention to all currency when receiving it. In most cases the counterfeit bills have writing saying, “for motion picture use […]

WY GOP Reaches Resolution Supporting Runoff Elections

The Wyoming Republican party has passed a resolution supporting runoff elections. The runoff resolution comes in response to growing dissatisfaction within the party of the current system which sees primary and general election candidates being able to win without a majority or 50 percent. There has growing resentment within the party for the corporations committee […]

New Sage Grouse Protection Measures Considered

The Biden administration is considering new measures to protect a ground-dwelling bird species once found across much of the Western part of the United States. Friday’s announcement of a range-wide evaluation of the Sage Grouse’s habitat comes after the Trump administration tried to scale back conservation efforts adopted by federal agencies in 2015. Some environmentalists […]

Missing Hunter Found using Big Horn County Sheriff’s Dept GPS Resources

Late in the evening on Thursday November 11, an overdue hunter was reported to Big Horn County Sheriff’s department by family members. Big Horn County Sheriff’s department personnel and Big Horn County Search and Rescue volunteers responded and searched throughout the night for the missing hunter. Friday morning the subject was able to get cell […]