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The Daily Breeze: Tackle this week!

Howdy partner,

It’s a bright and beautiful day outside! It’s also Monday… For some of us, that word means another week has started and we are not happy about it, but for others it’s a chance to tackle the world and show others what we are made of. Well, here’s my best attempt at giving you your daily dose of motivation! Get out there and show them what you got this week!

Check out what the Breeze blew in from the weekend: see the photos of the Superhero and Princess Skating event, read about the new immersive art going on at ART 321, and check out the story on how the Kelly Walsh basketball team beat Douglas!

Casper is expecting a high of 40°F today with wind and sunshine. That Breeze is coming from the SW at 20 mph to 30 mph and occasional gusts up to 40 mph.

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The Weekend Gust

Superwoman and Tatum at the Princess and Superhero skate with the cast of Dream Upon a Princess at David Street Station (Gregory Hirst)

Skating was a success

Sunshine and light breezes Saturday made for fair skating weather at David Street Station for the Princess and Superhero Skate. “I asked one girl,” said Superwoman, “And she said her favorite superhero was her mom.”

See the story here!

“Pressure,” by Ismael Dominguez (left) and art by Vickie Windle (right) for ART 321’s Immersive Installations gallery (ART 321, Facebook)

Immersive Art!

Artists have filled ten new temporary rooms over the last week at ART 321 with a range of immersive visions, from the mellow and inviting to challenging and cynical, for the Immersive Installations gallery opening reception Tuesday, January 11.

See the story here!

Kelly Walsh’s Cydney Eskew (left) looks to pass while Douglas’ Chloe Collins defends during the Trojans’ 67-57 win over the Bearcats on Saturday in the Taco John’s Invite at East High School in Cheyenne. The loss snapped Douglas’ state girls record 48-game winning streak. (Briar Napier/Oil City News)

Kelly Walsh destroys 2 year winning streak

Over two full years have passed since Douglas’s girls basketball last lost a game, posting the longest winning streak from a girls basketball program in Wyoming high school history — 48 games — in the process. This weekend, though, the Kelly Walsh team beat them!

See the story here!

Breezy Job Listings:

COVID Responder I and II

Casper Natrona County Health Department is looking for a Full-time COVID Responder I and II who will performs supportive tasks for the public health response to COVID-19. Responsibilities include calling individuals who have been quarantined or isolated, answering general public questions, assisting in COVID-19 testing, scheduling patients, updating and logging information, data entry, and more.

Public Health Preparedness Specialist

Casper Natrona County Health Department is looking for a Full-time Public Health Preparedness Specialist who will perform those duties assigned including maintaining appropriate documentation of activities, responding to various emergencies, teaching cardio pulmonary resuscitation classes and assisting in planning, training and implementing the emergency operations plan and exercises.

Medical Transcriptionist 

Casper Medical Imagining and Outpatient Radiology is looking for a full-time Medical Transcriptionist who will be responsible for editing dictations from radiologists to ensure accuracy of radiology reports, compiling clinical data from technologists to make radiology reports, and working closely with the Medical Records Department to ensure all reports are sent out to referring physicians.

MRI Technologist

Casper Medical Imagining and Outpatient Radiology is looking for a full-time MRI Technologist who provides high-quality exams in a caring environment to assist in the diagnosis of the patient, ensuring the safety of patients prior to and during the exam.

Crime Reporter

Looks like we are hiring! Do you have what it takes to be a crime reporter? Oil City News is looking for a bight individual who creates content on a daily basis, proactively following cases from initial arrest through trial and sentencing. You’ll also cover breaking news, community events and other announcements as time allows. Come join the team! 

What to do in the Oil City? Community Calendar

See the latest Breezy events happening this week in our personally curated community calendar! This week, we’ve got a bunch of fun activities as well as ideas to keep you motivated throughout the week! Check out those events in our Breeze right here!

You can also submit your own events on our calendar. See the link here!

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Time to go out and tackle this week!

Best from the motivational Breeze, 
Tayler


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