Elysia Conner, Casper Star-Tribune

Elysia Conner

Casper Star-Tribune

Casper, WY, United States

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Recent articles by Elysia:

Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker: Christmas Stream brings virtual show

The Casper Events Center is offering a virtual version of the Great Russian Nutcracker. → Read More

307 FEST at Casper Events Center features food trucks, vendors, music and more

This year's event was developed with safety measures including social distancing. → Read More

Fort Caspar Museum resumes daily opening with COVID-19 prevention measures

The museum’s summer events have been canceled, including Caspar Collins Day normally held every July. → Read More

Casper Comic Con to be held inside

The previous plan had been to hold the event outside. → Read More

Pivot to hand sanitizer helps keep Backwards Distilling afloat during pandemic

“Sanitizer right now is a big part of why we are still able to be operational,” co-owner Amber Pollock said. → Read More

Nelly concert at Casper Events Center postponed

The concert is now scheduled for October. → Read More

'Jeopardy!' airs clue referencing Wyoming's second state song

Buzz in if you know the answer. → Read More

Country Star Josh Turner brings hits in his 'rich, distinctive baritone'

Country Star Josh Turner brings hits in his ‘rich, distinctive baritone’ Country star Josh Turner is known for his “rich, distinctive baritone” in hits like “Hometown Girl” and his 2003 platinum debut, “Long Black Train.” His new “I Serve A Savior” album was called “musically brilliant” by Worship Magazine and held in the top 10 of Billboard’s Top Country Albums Chart for 17 consecutive weeks.… → Read More

Rapper Riff Raff brings hits and freestyle skills to Casper

Riff Raff is set to perform Saturday at the Gaslight Social. → Read More

Halloween in downtown Casper

Families in Halloween costumes filled downtown Saturday during the annual Downtown Casper Trick-or-Treating followed by the Halloween Costume Carnival at David Street Station. → Read More

Annual Fort Caspar ghost tours return with paranormal hunting

Eerie happenings at Fort Caspar might be explained as pranks or results of normal, rather than paranormal, causes. Objects move by themselves, shadow figures appear and ghostly images and voices → Read More

Hundreds gather in Casper to pack food for Nicaragua

Emma Kittinger, 7, passed a meal packet bound for Nicaragua along an assembly line Saturday at Highland Park Community Church. She joined her parents at a table of volunteers who → Read More

Downtown thrift store, clothing boutique support Casper food pantry

Joshua’s Storehouse’s thrift shops stretch along the Atrium Plaza’s lower level in downtown Casper. The door of a glass storefront on one side proclaims the New 2 You Boutique. Racks → Read More

Wyoming Symphony Orchestra opens season with new music director

The concert is Christopher Dragon’s first with orchestra as its new music director. → Read More

Special Olympics athletes build skills, confidence in State Equestrian Show

Kenny Simmons stood with a horse outside the arena gate Saturday morning before the horse master competition during the Special Olympics Wyoming State Equestrian Show. → Read More

Casper College nursing program's 50th anniversary celebration back memories

Two Casper College nursing alumni spotted their former teacher Jolene Knaus in a classroom where they’d earned their nursing degrees in 1992. → Read More

Despite internet competition, Wyoming camera store hits 10-year milestone

Wyoming Camera Outfitters opened in downtown Casper in an age when nearly everyone has a cell phone they can use to take photos or to buy products online with only → Read More

Casper grandpa celebrates 75th birthday with family skydive

Darrel Bogart gives a thumbs up to the camera as he free-falls from 14,000 feet. The airplane he just jumped from flies above him. Below him is his 20-year-old grandson, → Read More

Cinema at the Station summer outdoor movie series ends with one last splash

Families arrived with lawn chairs, blankets and snacks at David Street Station Friday evening to watch a movie on the downtown plaza’s big screen. Children ran around an open space → Read More

Casper's Sweet Zoey grows from cottage industry to cafe

Aromas of spices, coffee and baked sweets mingle in the new Sweet Zoey Mediterranean Café in Casper's Sunrise Shopping Center. → Read More