Victoria Eavis, Casper Star-Tribune

Victoria Eavis

Casper Star-Tribune

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Past articles by Victoria:

Wyoming GOP set to nominate secretary of state replacements

The state Republican Party will appoint three people next weekend to replace Ed Buchanan as secretary of state. → Read More

Wyoming's missing persons alert system could expand

Wyoming could be one of the first states to implement a new alert system for missing people. → Read More

Wyoming's senators ask for more information on FBI raid

Lummis and Barrasso said the American people deserve more information about the search of Trump's estate. → Read More

Trump called Gordon multiple times about crossover voting

Trump's push to end crossover voting in Wyoming included calls to the governor. → Read More

Cheney draws more support from women and newer Wyoming residents, poll finds

Cheney does better among women, younger people and those who've spent less time in Wyoming, the poll shows. → Read More

For Wyoming Democrats, voting for Cheney is another chance to vote against Trump

Wyoming's historic House race is motivating Democrats and independents to vote Republican like never before → Read More

First two weeks of early voting brings 'more voters than normal'

Early voting has been underway for two weeks, and Natrona County residents are turning out. → Read More

Wildfire contained east of Casper after prompting evacuations

The grass fire threatened structures in the area, but as of 9:30 p.m. it had been contained, authorities say. → Read More

Natrona County Republicans plan to continue legal battle with state GOP

The Natrona County Republican Party plans to appeal a judge's decision to toss its lawsuit against the state GOP. → Read More

Caring for the cowboys: Medical crew treats all variety of injuries during the CNFR

Rodeo competitors are a tough breed. But sometimes even they need a doctor's help. → Read More

At raucous forum, candidates make their case to voters

The night was filled with heckling, insults, speaking out of turn and lots of outright yelling. → Read More

Debate over gender studies program at University of Wyoming returns

Some lawmakers are again questioning why the state is funding a gender studies program at the University of Wyoming. → Read More

Cheney campaign releases first formal TV ad

Rep. Liz Cheney is starting to dip into her campaign's ample war chest. → Read More

Rep. Liz Cheney officially files for US House

Rep. Liz Cheney officially filed to run for U.S. House on Thursday, announcing her reelection bid in a video that focused on her allegiance to the U.S. Constitution. → Read More

Wyo GOP chairman quietly assumed power as party fractured

Frank Eathorne’s tenure as GOP chairman coincides with an era of utter Republican dominance in Wyoming as well as deep divisions within the party. → Read More

Rep. Chuck Gray announces run for Wyoming secretary of state

Rep. Chuck Gray, the lawmaker behind Wyoming's voter ID law, announced he will run for secretary of state. → Read More

Buchanan pursuing judgeship, not seeking second term

This news comes less than a month after Secretary of State Ed Buchanan said he would be running for reelection. → Read More

Cheney says Republican leaders have enabled white supremacy, antisemitism

"The House GOP leadership has enabled white nationalism, white supremacy, and anti-semitism," Cheney said. → Read More

Trump coming to Casper for rally later this month

Former President Donald Trump will visit Casper on May 28 for a rally in support of Harriet Hageman. → Read More

Almost all of Natrona County's state lawmakers say they plan to run for reelection

Casper Reps. Steve Harshman, Tom Walters, Joe MacGuire, Chuck Gray and Pat Sweeney all said they plan to run again. → Read More