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Former Nurse In Douglas Indicted For Stealing, Diluting Narcotics
Patients who received Dilaudid from September 2016 to June can call 307-358-7345 and talk to Converse County Memorial Hospital staff.
Casper Man Indicted For Being A Felon In Possession Of A Firearm
Casper Police charged Anthony James Kelley with aggravated assault and misdemeanor marijuana possession after an altercation in July.
Natrona County School District Eyes More School Closures; Lower Enrollment To Blame
The school district formed a facility condition and capacity study committee to review facilities with an eye to curbing costs as funding declines.
Resident Who Successfully Sued Casper City Council Now Wants Answers
Interim City Attorney William Chambers said he wants to review the transcript of Judge Daniel Forgey's order before giving any advice to council.
Wyoming Federal Judges Sentence Seven Men For Robbery, Drug, Illegal Alien Crimes
Two Mexican nationals were sentenced for illegal re-entry of a previously deported alien into the United States.
Drug Trial For Casper Doctor Delayed Until October
Last year, the Wyoming Board of Medicine accepted Harnetty's voluntarily relinquishment of his license because of a continuing investigation against him.
Inmate Escapes From Casper Re-entry Center
Conviction of escape from a detention facility while serving a sentence for a felony is punishable by up to 10 years of imprisonment.
Casper Police: Scams Are Back Again, So Watch Out
If they pressure you about giving up personal information — like your credit card or Social Security number — it’s likely a scam.
Wyoming Attorney General Refuses To Release Richardson, McMurry Records
Kristi Richardson was last seen on Oct. 6, 2014.
Mills Town Council Renews Liquor License For Popular Pizza Place
The Mills Council will review Bid's Place Liquor License a year from now.
Protesters Point To Flaws In Betsy DeVos’ Education Plans
Indivisible Casper gathered about 35 people on the sidewalk overlooking Woods Learning Center to voice their disdain for the nation's top educator.
Casper Hires Chief Financial Officer
Tom Pitlick will begin his tenure as new financial services director on Monday.