Governor Gordon Withdraws Wyoming from COVID-era Unemployment Programs
Governor Mark Gordon has announced that he is pulling Wyoming from its participation in federal supplemental unemployment benefit programs.
One Last Drink: The Gaslight Social Honors Fallen Friend
When Olivia Liles heard the news that a close friend and cherished regular of The Gaslight Social had passed away in a tragic accident, she did the only thing a bartender could do in that situation - she poured one last drink for him.
Community Tells Casper Police Department ‘We Need You’
It wasn't much. It wasn't a check for $100,000 or the title to a purple corvette. It was a simple card, with a simple mesage: 'Dear Officer, We Need You.'
Chancey Williams, Jalan Crossland Headline David Street Station Summer Concert Series
Chancey Williams and Jalan Crossland will headline the David Street Station Summer Concert Series in downtown Casper.
WATCH: Hope Springs Eternal in Downtown Casper Saturday with a ‘Festival of Hope’
“Hope means that there’s not a black tunnel in front of me,” Hunter offered. “It means that there is something out there for me to keep me going. Hope is the enemy of suicide, and if we can give just a moment of hope to someone, we may save their life."
2 New Deaths Bring Wyoming COVID Death Count to 707
2 new deaths were reported by the Wyoming Department of Health, leaving the statewide death total at 707. Of these total deaths, 136 have occurred in Natrona County.
WATCH: ‘Let’s Not Be Silent-‘ Downtown Casper Hosts Peaceful Vigil Sunday Evening
“Let’s not be silent,” she said. “Let’s not close our eyes and close our mouths. Let’s keep agitating for change. Maybe what we don’t need is a police department, but a department of public safety.”
‘Speak the Peace’ Silent Vigil and March Happening in Downtown Casper on Sunday
A ‘silent vigil for justice’ will take place on Sunday, April 25 from 7pm-9pm in downtown Casper.
72 New Cases of COVID-19 in Wyoming, 11 New Cases in Natrona County
The Wyoming Department of Health reported 72 new cases of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, bringing the statewide total to 48,703. 11 new cases were reported for Natrona County, leaving the current number of active cases in Natrona County at 30.
‘I Want to Finish My Senior Year with Smiles-‘ NCSD Students and Parents Protest Mask Mand…
“I feel like if we just go in without our masks and go to class just like normal, that’s going to make a bigger impact than going out to the front of the school with signs and having the threat of it getting violent.”
WATCH: Don’t Stop Believing- KWHS Student Receives Standing Ovation at School-Wide Concert
Alyssa Lattimer believed in herself and, through her song, she taught others to believe in themselves too. And, most importantly, she taught them to never, ever, stop believing.
46 New Cases of COVID-19 in Wyoming, 4 New Cases in Natrona County
The Wyoming Department of Health reported 46 new cases of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, bringing the statewide total to 48,333.