The Natrona County School District Board of Trustees held a work session Monday, January 28, to discuss the status of its new five year strategic plan for the school district. The 2014 to 2019 strategic plan will expire at the end of the school year, so the board is in the process of establishing a […]
The CATC Board of Directors met Monday, January 28. They discussed 2018 ridership numbers in addition to reviewing other items on their agenda. Total rides in fiscal 2018 numbered 102,323 according to the CATC board’s work packet. That includes 13,148 rides given in December. Buses traveled 19,570 miles in December. The total operating cost for […]
The Wyoming Medical Center has a new piano thanks to Dr. Mark and Caryn Dowell. The Samick baby grand piano was dedicated Monday, January 28 after the Dowells donated it to the hospital. Medical Director of Infections Disease Dr. Dowell, MD, WMC President and CEO Michele Chulick and WMC board member Judy Aurelius spoke at […]
Paradise Elementary students are preparing their performances for the Chinese New Year Friday, January 25. The students will be at the Nicolaysen Art Museum on the following Friday, February 1 to celebrate the start of the Chinese New Year. This year’s animal: the pig. Fourth graders were crowded into the gym on Friday, preparing music […]
Carolyn Jacobs and Neil Long were at Oregon Trail Elementary School to judge students’ science fair projects on Friday, January 25. The two science fair judges also run the Casper Mountain Science Program.
The Wyoming House of Representatives passed House Bill 0082 on Thursday. The passage of the bill at its third hearing January 24 establishes Buffalo as home for the Veterans’ Skilled Nursing Facility.
the assessment would not necessarily lead to the conclusion that a new headquarters is needed. It could also recommend remodeling the existing structure or other changes that might address the Police Department’s concerns.
The deadline on proposals for purchasing and redeveloping some downtown properties is 4 p.m. on Thursday, February 14. The city of Casper issued requests for proposals to purchase several former Plains Furniture store property structures in September 2018, and says the parking lot south of the former furniture store is available “in conjunction with a […]
Game developers from around the state are set to participate in a worldwide game developing event for the second year in a row. The Global Game Jam will kick off Friday, January 25 at 5 p.m. Bradley Erickson and Eric Lewis, the owners of Casper based Bison Kings Game Studios, are helping organize Casper’s participation […]
The City Council will consider whether to turn some 30 mph speed limit zones into 20 mph zones at the February 5 Council meeting. The public hearing to change the speed limit on some streets around Wyoming Medical Center was set during the Council’s meeting Tuesday, January 22.
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