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Natrona County to Receive Improved Broadband Access
The Wyoming Business Council has awarded 34 contracts under the program totaling $56,515,921.
Man in Standoff in Evansville in November Sentenced in Federal Court
Several nearby homes were evacuated during the standoff.
Wyoming U.S. Attorney’s Office to Oversee Election Fraud Complaints
The Federal Bureau of Investigation will have special agents available at its field offices to receive allegations of election fraud.
Yellowstone Park Lowers Fire Danger to ‘Moderate’ Level
The park raised the fire danger to "very high" in August.
Wind River Indian Reservation Residents Sentenced for Kidnappings
The four defendants pleaded guilty in August.
Young Trumpeter Swans Released in Yellowstone to Offset Population Decline
In the early 1960s, there were more than 60 birds and 17 territorial pairs.
Closing Natrona County Schools for COVID-19 is a Last Resort
Natrona County and Wyoming are seeing an exponential rise in COVID-19 cases that will only get worse in the coming months.
Casper Sexual Assault Defendant Declines to Testify on Last Day of Trial
The prosecution and defense rested their cases, the defense did not call any witnesses, and the matter will go to the jury later today.
Wyoming Medical Center, Health Officials Decry COVID-19 Skepticism
Health care workers still fight skepticism about COVID-19.
Surging COVID-19 Cases Stretch Wyoming Medical Center’s Staff, Resources
Dowell urged everyone to get vaccinated for the flu because that disease will compound the problems with COVID.