Get Friday's biggest stories from Casper Star-Tribune.
(9) updates to this series since
Laramie (100), Sweetwater (88) and Albany (77) counties have had the most confirmed cases over the past 10 days.
Dan Starks spent $50,000 on a run-down M4 Sherman World War II tank with the intention of driving it at the Dubois Fourth Of July Parade. Now, he owns the self-proclaimed largest private military vehicle collection in the world.
Country Music Association award-winning country artist Sara Evans, Wyoming native and season three The Voice contestant Aquile, and local Casper rockers the Day Drinkers will headline the event June 12.
Court documents state Linda Columbus' ear was torn from her scalp and had to be amputated. She also sustained fractures to her clavicle and to bones around her eyes, in addition to a concussion.
“No one representing the department will ask you for insurance, Medicare, Medicaid or personal financial information," said Jeri Hendricks, an administrator for the state Office of Privacy, Security and Contracts.
Bicyclists will no longer be allowed to ride into Yellowstone National Park through the south gate before the road opens for motorized vehicles each spring.
Los Angeles picked Rashawn Slater with the 13th overall selection in the draft. Slater's father, Reggie, was a basketball standout for the University of Wyoming in the late '80s and early '90s.
Noem said she plans to sue after the park service declined to continue holding a fireworks display at the monument, citing safety concerns and objections from local Native American tribes.
John Hastert, who served in the Wyoming Legislature from 2003 to 2019, faces charges of soliciting prostitution and interfering with a peace officer.