Three vie for two open council seats

Mayoral race uncontested

By Sarah Pridgeon

Sundance Pond to get a makeover

By Sarah Pridgeon

Classifieds – Sept. 18

Announcements

School Board candidates prepare for election – part 2

By Sarah Pridgeon

School Board candidates prepare for election – part 1

By Sarah Pridgeon

Land swap grinds to a halt

Commissioners balk at $6.4 million relocation estimate

By Sarah Pridgeon

Independents added to ballot

According to the Secretary of State, Max Maxfield, two statewide independent candidates have qualified to have their names appear on the ballot at the general election. Curt Gottshall of Laramie will appear as a candidate for U.S. Senate and Don Wills of Pine Bluffs for Governor. Both were required to submit signatures from 4833 registered electors to be allowed to run. The Secretary of State has also certified petitions from two independent candidates for State Legislature seats: Anthony “Edis” Allen of Casper for House District 37 and Clarence Vranish of Evanston for House District 49. Both were required to submit signatures from registered electors numbering two percent of the total votes cast for that seat at the last general election. Finally, two legislative candidates whose names were written in by voters accepted their nominations: Linda Fleming of Baggs as Democratic candidate for Senate District 11 and Harlan Edmonds of Cheyenne as Republican Candidate for House District 12.