American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of east-central Wyoming on the North Platte River northwest of Cheyenne. It was founded in 1888 with the coming of the railroad and grew rapidly after the discovery of oil nearby. Population: 52,100.
- n. a city of east central Wyoming on the North Platte river
“CASPER - For the first time in months, snow - the thick, blanket style - came back to Casper.”
“CASPER - Casper will continue to host the state championships for volleyball, basketball, wrestling and track and field.”
“CASPER - The private sector should lead the effort to reform health care in the United States, Intel's former CEO told Wyoming business leaders Monday at a conference in Casper.”
“CASPER - The uranium advocacy group Citizens for Uranium Resource Education will host a public discussion about uranium enrichment and the nuclear energy industry Thursday in Casper.”
“CASPER - A soldier formerly based in Casper had no choice but to sue three Casper doctors in federal court for medical malpractice relating to abdominal surgery that nearly killed him, he said Tuesday.”
“CASPER - The city of Casper and outlying towns are asking residents to complete an online survey to aid in its long-term planning efforts.”
“CASPER - Instead of exchanging gifts with fellow faculty members, staffers at Summit Elementary School in Casper bought books for the school's new library this year.”
“CASPER - A program designed to curb drunken driving with free cab rides has been used by about 75 people since it began two weeks ago, Casper police said.”
“Substance abuse treatment center set to open CASPER - A facility for the long-term care of substance abuse will begin receiving patients in Casper on Sunday.”
“CASPER - The Wyoming Department of Family Services says it may offer temporary funding to help keep open a juvenile detention center in Casper.”
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