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Phone scam artists are relentless

The scheme of randomly calling people and businesses to trick them into handing over money… Continue Reading Phone scam artists are relentless

Vergnani appointed to fill interim PRECorp Board seat

Longtime Campbell County resident Bob Vergnani has been appointed to an interim Board of Directors… Continue Reading Vergnani appointed to fill interim PRECorp Board seat

Outage numbers continue to trend lower

By Tim Velder, PRECorp Marketing Communications There’s never a good time for your lights to… Continue Reading Outage numbers continue to trend lower

PRECorp sets course for the future at Annual meeting

By Tim Velder, PRECorp Marketing and Communications While some of the information presented at the… Continue Reading PRECorp sets course for the future at Annual meeting

Nancy Steedley to receive Earl Christensen Award

At this year’s PRECorp Annual Meeting, retired PRECorp Accountant Nancy Steedley, Sundance, will receive the… Continue Reading Nancy Steedley to receive Earl Christensen Award

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Powder River Energy retires $1.8 million in capital credits

In December 2016, Powder River Energy Corporation retired nearly $1.83 million in capital credits to… Continue Reading Powder River Energy retires $1.8 million in capital credits

PRECorp rate changes take effect in February power bills

The implementation of Powder River Energy’s general rate increase will show up on the February… Continue Reading PRECorp rate changes take effect in February power bills

PRECorp files rate case with Wyoming PSC

Powder River Energy Corporation recently filed documents totaling more than 350 pages that outline its… Continue Reading PRECorp files rate case with Wyoming PSC

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South Dakota regents to mull public university tuition hikes
Posted on Wednesday March 22, 2017

SPEARFISH | Tuition and fees at South Dakota's six public universities would increase by an average of 2.9 percent next school year under one plan the state Board of Regents is set to consider next week.

Man suffers minor injuries after pickup collides with train
Posted on Wednesday March 22, 2017

A pickup collided with a train in Rapid City early this morning, resulting in minor injuries to the truck driver, according to city police.

Wyoming Medical Center attains national accreditation for weight-loss surgery
Posted on Monday March 13, 2017

Wyoming Medical Center has been announced as a Comprehensive Bariatric Center for bariatric weight loss surgery.

Live Well Wyoming: Have you had enough water today?
Posted on Friday February 24, 2017

Whether you’re low-energy, moody or having trouble thinking as clearly as you’d like, Sammie Stephens offers the same suggestion: Try drinking water.


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Posted on Wednesday December 31, 1969

Although Wyomingites will pay higher fees, some state agencies won't see new money
Posted on Wednesday March 22, 2017

The cost to register a car will double to $30 beginning in July. So will the amount Wyomingites pay for their drivers’ licenses, a hike from $20 to $40.

Casper mayor defends police, asks Council to focus on 'the positive'
Posted on Wednesday March 22, 2017

Mayor Kenyne Humphrey has asked her fellow Casper City Council members to “start focusing on the positive” despite criticism from some residents about how the Casper Police Department handles reports of sexual assault.