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Public Service For McMurry Will Be Held At Events Center Next Tuesday; Family Says He Had Serious Health Issues

The family of the late Mick McMurry will conduct a public service at 2 p.m. Tuesday, March 17, the Casper Events Center, according to a press release from the family.

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Cynthia Guy Enters Plea In Court On Solicitation Of First Degree Murder Charge

A Casper woman accused of trying to hire a hit man to kill her ex-husband, has entered a plea in court.

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Credit Union Official Warns About Personal Information Breaches

A Vice President with First Education Federal Credit Union in Cheyenne says merchants aren't legally required to protect your personal financial information.

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Amy Richards, Townsquare Media
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Seymour Avenue Fire Under Investigation

There was significant damage to the house and its contents at 1922 Seymour Ave., on Monday.

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Coroner: Mick McMurry Died By Gunshot

Casper businessman and philanthropist Mick McMurry died by a self-inflicted gunshot wound early Tuesday, the Natrona County Coroner said Wednesday.

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Rudloff Predicting Strong Tourism Season

It's still early, but Visit Cheyenne President Darren Rudloff says he is expecting a banner season for the tourist industry in southeast Wyoming in 2015.

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Cheyenne City Hall
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$200K Grant For West Edge Project

The federal Environmental Protection Agency has awarded a $200, 000 grant to the City of Cheyenne for the West Edge Project.

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Would Belvoir Ranch Be A Good Place For A Park?

Laramie County Commissioner Ron Kailey Jr. says he thinks the city-owned Belvoir Ranch might be a good location for a park.

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Steenbergen: Legislature Didn’t Deal With Problems

Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Dale Steenbergen says the 2015 Wyoming Legislature didn't do a very good job of tackling the issues facing Wyoming.

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Mick McMurry Dies

Casper businessman and philanthropist Mick McMurry has died.

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