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Prosecutors: Casper Man Can’t Use ‘Stand Your Ground’ as Murder Defense
The "stand your ground" law says a person "shall not be criminally prosecuted" for using "reasonable defensive force."
Blackjewel Still Seeking Funding to Reopen Mines in Campbell County
The attorneys for Blackjewel said they expect to provide another status report by Wednesday.
Tony Cercy’s Lawyers Attack Prosecution’s Arguments
Casper man Tony Cercy was convicted of third-degree sexual assault of a 20-year-old woman and sentenced to a six- to eight year prison term.
Wyoming Machinery in Mills Gets Pledge from Blackjewel That its Equipment is Safe
Wyoming Machinery Co., owns a lot of equipment at the mines and it provides monthly about $3 million in maintenance and other services.
Lummis Enters U.S. Senate Race to Fight for Wyoming and Against ‘Socialism’
Since her retirement from the U.S. House, she has been working on her family's ranch and spent time with her father before he died.
Natrona County School Board Approves $293M Budget
Board treasurer Ray Catellier said the budget will enable the district to increase contributions to employee retirement savings, and maintain its facilities.
Casper Advocacy Group Holds Vigil About Detention Camps
Vigil organizer Jane Ifland said the concern about families being separated, children being held in cages, cuts across across the political spectrum.
Mills Man Charged With Two Counts of Arson; More May Follow
The case began as four fires considered suspicious were reported in Mills.
Casper Workers Settle Wage, Hour Dispute with Wyoming Pizza, Inc.
Russ Forney sued Wyoming Pizza, Inc., in June 2018 for violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act and Wyoming law.
Casper City Council Seeks Candidates for Vacant Ward III Position
To qualify, you must be a registered voter in Natrona County, and have been a resident of Ward III since at least July 10, 2018.