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Gov. Gordon Orders Flags at Half-Staff for Former Chief Justice
Richard Macy served as Chief Justice from 1992 through 1994.
Late Casper Resident Survived USS Oklahoma Attack, Founded Fire Truck Company
After the war, Walt Becker eventually moved to Casper where he founded the Becker Fire Equipment Co.
Agency Identifies Remains of Sheridan Man Killed at Pearl Harbor
In October 1949, a military board classified those who could not be identified as non-recoverable, including Schmidt.
Wyoming U.S. Attorney Names Oversight Officer For Nov. 8 Election
Federal law provides people can vote free from interference including intimidation and other acts to prevent or discourage people from voting or voting for the candidate of their choice.
Federal Judges Sentence Four Men For Gun, Drug, Sex Offender Crimes
Two of the sentences were for firearms crimes.
Yellowstone: Probably No Foul Play in Found-Foot Thermal Pool Incident
"Currently, the park believes there was no foul play."
Wyoming Gov. Gordon: Coal Leasing Moratorium Will Harm Consumers
Gordon said, "Enacting a moratorium at a moment when coal is badly needed to ensure a secure and reliable energy supply is wrong-headed on many fronts."
Railcar Explosion Near Shoshoni Kills Two Men
The Fremont County Coroner's Office will make known the victims' identifications identifications after the families are notified.