“We’re really excited that we were able to provide this for them [CNCHD], and that they can come to Mills so the residents here are able to come a lot closer and not have to go to Downtown Casper to their appointments,” said Mills Community Development Director Sabrina Kemper.
“My former role at the Wyoming Symphony Orchestra as the executive director there I think really prepared me to move into this organization and be able to help continue to nourish the community not with music but with food,” said Bailey.
Charity Lafountain, the Victim Services Coordinator for Natrona County Sheriff’s Office, spoke to Wyoming News Now on May 18, 2022 about bystander intervention and the STOP method. As we near the summer months, you may encounter more situations where you can help someone out of an uncomfortable scenario.
“I think less and less people are unaware of mental health. I think mental health has been dominating the picture the last few years... so I think one of the challenges we begin to surmount is how to get help, as opposed to just being aware of mental illnesses, how to manage mental illness since we all struggle with some form of it at this point,” said WBI Associate Medical Director David Martorano.
“That every day is different... You know we can have crazy crazy days where it’s non-stop radios and phones going off constantly, and we’ll have other days and even though there are bit of a slower days, we’ll still get a phone call for stuff that we’ve never had to deal with before, and so we’re trying to use our resources and get people connected where they need to be,” said Slominksi.
“I would say the favorite part of my positions is getting to see those success stories. When we actually get to see a patient walk out of the ICU, especially some of the long-term stayers that we’ve had. It’s kind of a fun event for them to leave the ICU and graduate to the floor. We’ve had times where we’ve lined the halls and everybody’s given that patient a round of applause because it’s a huge feat for them and it’s a huge success for us,” said Lindsay.
“We’re continuing to see a strong interest in domestic travel, especially as it relates to road trips,” said Scherlin. “With the 150th anniversary of Yellowstone National Park this summer and Casper’s location along The Road to Yellowstone, we’re well-positioned to welcome travelers.”
The Olivia Caldwell Foundation partnered with Children’s Hospital Colorado and the Wyoming Medical Center to create the Pediatric Specialty Outreach Clinic in 2019. Through the clinic, children can receive the care they need closer to home.
Local service providers will be at the event to engage, give information, and connect parents to a variety of resources. The hopes to provide a space where parents can find support and learn about child development and family well-being.
If you are headed to the Casper-Natrona County International Airport, get ready to see some renovations. The terminal isn’t the only part of the airport being updated to better accommodate passengers. Those planning on traveling can see improvements being made outside the airport too.
On Tuesday, May 3, the program sent out 13 groups of volunteers to install over 280 smoke and carbon monoxide detectors for Casper seniors. Over the course of three days, the Senior Safe expects to install almost 600 alarms.
People are encouraged to leave a sturdy bag containing non-perishable foods, such as canned soup, canned vegetables, canned meats and fish, pasta, rice, or cereal next to their mailbox before the regular mail delivery on Saturday, May 14. The food donations will stay in Casper, going to help local residents.
On April 18th, a Federal Judge in Florida overturned the CDC’s mask mandate for public transportation. Now, people across the country are flying to their destinations mask free, and many passengers at Casper-Natrona County International Airport couldn’t be more excited.