Glenrock, WY

Apply Now to Drive on Wyoming Roads Closed Due to Snow

YEAH - YEAH - I know, you don't want to think of this yet. But WYDOT thinks this is a good time to get a jump on something we all know is coming. There are some roads in Wyoming that are closed all winter, every winter. There are some roads that get so bad WYDOT just throws in the towel and closes the road until they can get to it.
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Matters of the heART: Betsy Bower Returns to Casper to Set Up Shop

It was, perhaps, the hardest thing she’s ever had to do, but she knew she couldn’t keep it to herself any longer. They had to know. That was easier said than done, however. She practiced in the mirror a dozen times, trying to find the best words to use when she spoke to her parents. Nothing sounded right, though. None of the words she thought of could properly convey the longing and the passion in her heart. She always knew this was who she was, but vocalizing that, especially to her parents, filled her with an unbearable amount of stress and anxiety. But she knew who she was, and it was time that her parents did too.

HELP: Lost One-eyed Dog Looking for His Casper Owner

A cute little one-eyed Casper dog has been separated from his home. A local woman by the name of Noelle McGarvey found this little fella on her property and is asking for the public's help in returning him back to his rightful owners. The dog does have a name (which Noelle rightfully refuses to divulge on social media for safety reasons), which is on his tags, but the address is illegible.

Wyoming reports 165 new confirmed COVID-19 cases Friday, 17 in Natrona County

CASPER, Wyo. — The Wyoming Department of Health reported an additional 165 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the state during its 3 p.m. Friday, September 17 update. The new cases brought the total number of confirmed cases in Wyoming to 68,339 since the pandemic began. The state has been adding an average of 344.3 new confirmed cases per day over the past 14 days.

Will Wyoming's lawmakers be able to stop vaccine mandates? Some health care workers hope so.

Several health care workers and a handful of non-medical personnel spoke against vaccine mandates at a Thursday legislative committee hearing in Casper. Their ranks included employees of Wyoming Medical Center, one of the few large businesses in the state to require its workers to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Later, mandate critics joined other lawmakers in a protest outside of the meeting.

Vaccine Mandate Protest Held At Casper College

On Thursday, the group Liberty's Place 4 U, along with ReOpen Wyoming and Wyoming Health Freedom, hosted a protest against the proposed vaccine mandate that President Joe Biden plans on implementing at some point in the near future. The protest in front of the Student Union building lasted about an...

Local film on Shoshoni actress to premiere Saturday in Casper

A locally produced film exploring the life of Shoshoni native and golden age actress Isabel Jewell will premiere on the big screen Saturday in Casper. “Forgotten Ingenue” tells Jewell’s story — from being born in the Wyoming railroad town in 1907 to acting on Broadway and eventually taking to the silver screen, often typecast as a gangster’s wife or as a cheeky counterpart to Hollywood’s more graceful female leads.