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Campbell County School Officials Seek Input on Arming Staff
If the measure is approved, Campbell County schools would join schools in Evanston and Cody that allow staff and faculty to be armed.
In 30 Minutes, Flood Took Century of History From Sheridan Family
The Dykhorst family in Sheridan had photos dating back to the late 1800s in their basement when flood waters rapidly flowed in, Michael Dykhorst said.
Juvenile Arrested for Threats at Dean Morgan JHS in Casper
On Friday, Casper police were notified of a bomb threat at the junior high school.
Casper Man Flees Police, Claims He’s A Federal Agent
He also told the Ramkota manager that he was a federal agent and to call the president.
Fire District Chief First Heard of Mills Fire Proposal From Media
The fire district has until May 28 to accept or decline Mills' request, which Natrona County Fire District Interim Chief Brian Oliver said was only received Wednesday.
Union: Shutting Down Mills Fire Department Ignores Public Safety
Since July of last year, Mills firefighters have responded to 912 calls for service, union representatives said in the Wednesday release.
Lander Police Continue Investigation Into School Violence Threat
The student was removed from class.
Vehicle Fire in Mills Area Early Saturday Investigated As Arson
Investigators found a pile of burning clothes, furnishings and other household materials next to the vehicle.
Casper Man Could Face 280 Years in Prison for Alleged Rapes
If he is convicted of all counts, he could face up to 280 years behind bars.
Cloud Peak Energy Inc. Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
According to the filing, the company has $928,656,000 in total assets and $634,982,000 in total debts.