Children dance to music at David Street Station on Thursday evening in downtown Casper. The August edition of Art Walk brought crowds to central Casper to enjoy art, music, drink and food. Crowds also gathered further down the street for Rock the Block at the Yellowstone Garage. Photo by Dan Cepeda, Oil City News
Children play in the splash pad at David Street Station on Thursday evening in downtown Casper. Temperatures climbed up to the middle-90s on Thursday but are expected to dip today and this weekend. (Dan Cepeda, Oil City)
Keep a bird’s eye view of Casper’s newest community gathering center: David Street Station, via Oil City’s rooftop webcam.
With warmer weather arriving, the Wyoming Department of Health cautions residents and visitors that both mosquitos and ticks can spread potentially serious diseases in Wyoming.
David Street Station has announced its Summer Series, set to kick off at the beginning of June.
Temperatures pushing into the middle-90s made for a good excuse to visit Mike Sedar Pool on Monday afternoon in Casper. Mike Sedar is the last public pool open for the season. The last swim day of the year is this Sunday, Sept. 3.
Special Olympics Wyoming will host our annual Summer Sports Classic this week.
Natrona County Board of County Commissioners have issued partial fire closure restrictions for Natrona County.
The Crawford Room was filled with the sound of crunching plastic and giddy children during a craft project at the Natrona County Public Library on Monday, July 3. With a handful of supplies and about 30-minutes of work, children were able to launch a paper rocket through the air. The device is simple: Get an […]
Casper’s Washington Park was the site of the second Community Movie Night of the season on Friday, June 23. Disney’s 2016 live action remake of “Pete’s Dragon” was the featured presentation. The movie night, sponsored by Sinclair Casper Refinery, brings together local charities to sell food for their causes as well as area food trucks. […]
The Cowboy State Games Summer Biathlon Championships on July…
The City of Casper will be opening public swimming pools for the season on June 7th, according the Casper Recreation Center.
The library is asking readers to read or be read-to, for 20 minutes or more every day, to be eligible for monthly prizes and multiple grand prize drawing entries.
The Casper Recreation Center has youth tennis classes for ages 7-17 beginning the week of June 12th.
The carnival company is based in Bridger, Mt., and will head to Cheyenne for two weeks after their stint in Casper.
The first Animal House will be held on June 14 and will take a look at “Animals in the Land of Summer Snow.”
The Casper Recreation Division is has announced the arrival of the Summer 2017 Activities Guide.
The Special Olympics Wyoming State Summer Games competition is currently seeking volunteers to assist during various competitions and activities.
The City of Casper is seeing umpires for the upcoming summer season, and is hosting a clinic for interested parties.
There will be a free performance for the public by the Troopers in conjunction with the exhibit on the grounds of Fort Caspar on Wednesday, July 12th from 7:00 to 8:00pm: bring a blanket or lawn chair and enjoy the show.