Receipts for October totaled $310,983, surpassing the previous record high of $298,374 in July.
Seeking a way to deal with issues at local bars such as excessive fighting and over-serving patrons, the Mills City Council has advanced a liquor license penalty ordinance to final reading.
The 5-acre property is near the U.S. Post Office and East Side Homes off Forest Drive, and sets directly below and to the south of Interstate-25
Tetral Corp. of Casper is proposing to subdivide 39.69-acres into an 18-lot industrial subdivision zoned Established Industrial.
The Mills City Council has approved building site plans for a public charter school on 22 acres at the intersection of Poison Spider Lane and Robertson Road.
If Austin Engineering expands with the help of a $20 million state business grant and loan package awarded to the City of Mills, the company says the major rebuild and expansion will add 50 jobs to 111 already at its manufacturing plant in Mills.
Board applications are due by 4 p.m. Dec. 20.
People may take part in the Treedition Lights of Honor by purchasing a light to honor someone they love for $20 by Nov. 20.
When the Casper Pickleball & Sports Complex opens next month, people interested in the popular, family-friendly game will have a high-standard option for indoor play in Casper.
On Nov. 14, the Mills City Council voted 5-0 to pass an ordinance on the first of three readings that will establish fines for non-compliant city liquor license holders.
Remaining “‘Frozen Jr.” shows are Nov. 17-19.
By its nature the new Casper Downtown Development Authority strategic plan will change over time, but it is a way to move the organization forward over the next 10 years.
The online Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame recognizes individuals who have spent at least 45 years working for a livelihood in the saddle.
Phoslock Environmental Technologies will not set up a manufacturing plant in Casper as hoped, but Advance Casper has other options for property originally bought on behalf of PET.
“60 Minutes” and its correspondent Bill Whitaker spent all three days covering the event.
Gross monthly pay approved does not include fringe benefit costs such as health insurance, life insurance and pension plans.
The public is invited to join Central Wyoming Model Railroad Association members Nov. 3-5 as they operate trains on their railroad layouts. Admission is free.
Councilors voted 4-0 to pass each of the three ordinances on final reading Oct. 24.
Kirk Goodman and Katie Arnold have recently joined the Natrona County Travel and Tourism Council.
The traditional Saturday Christmas Bazaar is 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
The first-ever 5150 Winter Festival Jan. 27-Feb. 4 will span nine days over two weekends, slightly overlapping 5151’ Restaurant Week, which will start Feb. 3 and continue through Feb. 10.
In addition to dance, Soul Street performers are actors, athletes, songwriters and musicians.
Rocky Mountain Power collects a utility franchise tax on behalf of municipalities. All taxes are remitted to the city for its use, according to the company website.