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Governor Orders Flags Flown at Half Staff in Honor of Sen Reid

Governor Orders Flags Flown at Half Staff in Honor of Sen Reid

Governor Mark Gordon has ordered both the U.S. and state of Wyoming flags be flown at half-staff statewide in honor of former Senator Harry Reid. The day of interment is scheduled for January 13, and so the flag will be lowered to half-staff beginning at midnight on January 13 and return to full-staff at sunset […]

Casper Re-Entry Center Escapee Arrested

Casper Re-Entry Center Escapee Arrested

A Casper Re-Entry Center Escapee Has Been Arrested. On November 12th, Matthew Jensen was participating in the work release program at the Casper Re-Entry Center when he failed to return. Jensen was allowed to leave CRC at 10 am that day and was directed to return at 2 pm. Jensen failed to return to CRC […]

Human Trafficking Awareness Month

Human Trafficking Awareness Month

The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance is launching a new annual three-day Human Trafficking Awareness Initiative. As stated in the Wyoming Highway Patrol press release… as many as 24.9 million men, women, and children are sold into prostitution, domestic servitude, or other forced labor around the globe. As commercial motor vehicle drivers and inspectors travel up […]

Governor Signs Emergency Relief Order for Propane Delivery

Governor Signs Emergency Relief Order for Propane Delivery

Governor Gordon has signed an emergency relief order for propane delivery. The executive order issued allows motor carriers delivering propane to operate outside the regular operating daylight hours. Under the emergency relief order issued by the Governor, a state of emergency exists in Wyoming for the prompt delivery of propane. While under this Order, propane […]

Students Can Win $5,000 In American Dream Essay Contest

Students Can Win $5,000 In American Dream Essay Contest

The American Dream essay contest gives youth the opportunity to see their future potential by giving them some cash incentives writing an essay centered around The Ten Principles to Live By, by James P. Owen. The American Dream essay contest has impacted the lives of youth for over 20 years in Wyoming. Every high school […]

Community Honors Fallen Marine Jerrod Warden

A funeral service and procession honoring Casper fallen Marine Jerrod Warden was held on Thursday, January 6th. The community paid their respects to a local fallen hero. 20-year-old marine Lance Corporal Jerrod Warden from Casper passed away on December 14th 2021 at Camp Pendleton in California. Jerrod joined the United States Marines on February 2020. […]

Casper Mayor and Vice Mayor Elected for 2022

The City of Casper welcomes council member Ray Pacheco as the city’s new mayor. During the first City Council meeting of 2022, the Casper City Council voted to elect former Vice Mayor Ray Pacheco as mayor and former Mayor Steve Freel as vice mayor. After being sworn in, Mayor Pacheco gave a speech sharing his […]