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Casper to Crack Down on Reckless Saturday Car Cruisers
Mayor nly a few people were irresponsible and violated existing laws, Freel said.
Outside Dining Now Allowed in Natrona County
The loosened restrictions are a result of county residents's sacrifices during the last six weeks.
Casper City Council Reviews New Five-Year Contract for CNFR
Spectra, the company that manages the Casper Events Center, has endorsed and will contribute to hosting the CNFR.
Natrona County Schools to Remain Closed for the Rest of the Academic Year
The trustees also granted the high schools the ability to plan their own graduations.
Casper Socially Distances on Wheels: Hundreds to Cruise on Saturday
There's no registration, no fees and no restrictions on the vehicles that want to join.
Natrona County School District Adds New Food Service Sites
There are four new locations to pick up meals.
Wyoming Reports 288 COVID-19 Cases and 2 Deaths; 176 Have Recovered
The Wyoming Health Department reported the state's second COVID-19 related death, a Laramie County man, earlier Wednesday.
Casper City Council Cans COVID Enforcement Ordinance; Looks at Other Public Health Ideas
State law grants cities and towns the authority to regulate conduct jeopardizing public health.
Casper City Council Eyes COVID-19 Enforcement Ordinance
The ordinance will end when the statewide orders are canceled or on Sept. 1, whichever comes first.
Wyoming Reports 14 New COVID-19 Cases; 129 Have Recovered
The first positive case in Wyoming was reported on March 12.
Casper Protesters Oppose Social Distancing Measures to Fight COVID-19
Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon, unlike many other governors, has not issued a mandatory shelter-in-place order.
Wyoming COVID-19 Cases Rise to 230; 94 Have Recovered
Wyoming remains the only state with no reported deaths from the novel coronavirus.