Isabell received a $7,500 scholarship from the late Ruth R. Ellbogen, who endowed the Scholarship Education Fund of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming Foundation. She also received a Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming Youth of the Year plaque. Isabell will go on to represent the Club at the state Youth of the Year Competition in February.
Hurst and Griffith were recommended by college scouts to play with America’s Team. Both girls accepted their spots on the team and will be packing their passports and bags to play at the Down Under Games in Sydney.
According to the Mills Police Department report, a Dodge pick-up headed south on Salt Creek Highway drove around the road closure barricades and tried to drive over the recently installed in-place forms on top of the bridge.
According to the Casper Police Department, the incident occured on Friday, September 2, 2022, at approximately 1:54 AM when two officers of the Casper Police Department were patrolling in the area of Lake McKenzie Park.
The Natrona County Sheriff’s Office partnering with multiple other agencies including the Natrona County School District, is reminding parents, students, and other community members about how to stay safe in school areas.
On National Fentanyl Prevention and Awareness Day, the Natrona County Sheriff’s Office joined the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to educate the public about the dangers of fentanyl. The NCSO has teamed up with partners from across the county for a four-week education campaign.
Visit Casper hopes the tour will be another reason visitors to Wyoming will make a stop in the city. They noted, that art has successfully brought in tourists to other cities in the United States and around the world.
On Friday, August 5th 2022, at approximately 08:07 am, the Natrona County Fire District (NCFD) was dispatched for the report of a vehicle fire in the area of East Ormsby Road and BB Brooks Boulevard in Natrona County.
While the program is not a rehabilitation center, patients work with staff during their stay to create a personalized discharge plan based on their needs. After being discharged the patient will be ready to move into the recovery phase of addiction.
The idea for the sculpture was sparked after Navarro saw news coverage of wind turbine blades being disposed of at the Casper Solid Waste Facility. Navarro is known for his large bronze sculptures, and wanted to use the blades to create in a new medium.
“Casper’s centrally located in the state, it’s a very good place to put a tanker base to help support everywhere in the state of Wyoming,” said U.S. Forest Service Rocky Mountain Region Air Tanker Specialist Robby Cline.