Bull Horn Brewing, one of the latest additions to the city’s growing craft beer scene, is seeking a retail liquor license for its new location in the former Yellowstone Garage Bar, Grill and Venue downtown Casper.
Casper’s police chief and city lawyer would like to investigate possible changes to city law that would give police more authority when dealing with homeless people illegally camping on public and private property.
With millions in requests for community project funding double its budget, the Casper City Council is now tasked with deciding which applicants will receive 1-cent sales tax funding.
City officials continue to work on the legalities of turning ownership and maintenance of future tennis and pickleball courts at Casper’s Highland Park to the Natrona County School District.
On Tuesday, the Casper City Council delayed for a month deciding whether to chip in $50,000 to help ensure SkyWest continues to provide airline service at the Casper-Natrona County International Airport.
Natrona County High School has received a grant from the National Rifle Association for its JROTC program.
Citizens will soon have a new streamlined way to communicate with Casper police online.
The city had a contingency fund of $199,887.45, but approving Change Order No. 4 has reduced that to $11,631.30.
Casper City Council approved spending over a half million dollars to buy three new pickup trucks, a dump trailer and a front-end loader as part of its fleet maintenance program.
Casper City Council members have set April 18 as the date to accept public comment on the proposed sale of 8 acres to Natrona County.
Casper City Council expected to set April 18 as the date to accept public comment on the proposed land sale to Natrona County for a new health department building.