October is Domestic Violence Awareness month, and according to a victim advocate in Fremont County, the need for their services has increased with shutdowns, leaving the vulnerable population at home with the perpetrator more often.
Although Philly’s and Cream has had to close its doors of its brick and mortar store that has been open for three years in Shoshoni, you can still see them around Fremont County and possibly soon, all around Wyoming.
Casper Fire-EMS was dispatched to the 1300 block of Trojan Drive for a structure fire. Crews arrived to find a single family residence with smoke from a chimney chase and attic area. Firefighters exposed hidden void space around a fire place and found fire in the framing of the structure and fireplace.
At 11:23 p.m. on the evening of October 14th, 2020, Casper Fire-EMS units were dispatched to the 900 block of South Chestnut Street for the report of a structure fire. Reporting parties stated that the front of a residential home was on fire.
Flu vaccines are more crucial than ever this year as our community continues to battle COVID-19. In an effort to prevent the spread of influenza, the Casper-Natrona County Health Department (CNCHD) is providing convenient, drive-through flu vaccine clinics October 15, 22 and 24 at the Casper College Firehouse located at 800 College Drive.
Carson’s Bar and Grill in Lander, formerly known as The Summit, is hosting a free autumn event for the kids. A pumpkin carving contest will be at the restaurant on Thursday, October 29th from 6 to 8 p.m.
Lovey’s restaurant in Hudson opened their doors in December serving up southern-style BBQ. This weekend ownership transferred to Lovey’s daughter. Hours have change, but the family atmosphere and smoked meat remain the same.
The Natrona County School District is committed to our goal of ensuring all district environments are safe, orderly, supportive, and conducive to a climate of high expectations for students, staff, school visitors, and the community. As outlined in our Strategic Plan, NCSD will review progress on this goal by measuring stakeholder feedback via the NCSD Climate Survey.
The raspberry farm in Riverton is at the end of the road for raspberry picking, but it’s not too late to enjoy the delicious raspberries in a different form. You can still shop at SonHarvest Seasons for their homemade raspberry jams, jellies, and syrups for the first year at their newly opened giftshop.
Top-ranked startup accelerator gener8tor announced today the participants selected for 10 of its Fall 2020 gBETA cohorts, including gBETA Cheyenne. The 50 startups are located across the country, and represent a wide variety of industries and verticals, including IIoT, Medtech, SaaS and beyond.
Though they are already united together as husband and wife, they decided to let their artwork also be joined as one, in a collaborative exhibit. Joseph Cipro and Susan Durfee have their work displayed at the CWC Arts Center, and it’s all about how we deal with change.
With the number of admissions into the hospital, the total number of new cases, contact tracing and community spread all moving back in the “Concerning” category the Teton County Health Department wants all community members to be aware that we are back into the High Risk level, or Red. This means we have widespread transmission of COVID-19 in our community and stress on our healthcare system.