From: Casper Star Tribune, Laura Hancock, April 1st, 2017 Kelly McCrimmon’s home has two separate entrances, one upstairs and one down, and is next to Casper’s Washington Park, where crowds are expected to flock for the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse. It’s a good location and has good amenities, she said. She said she may
From: Wyoming Tribune Eagle, Joel Funk, April 18th, 2017 CHEYENNE – A celestial phenomenon is expected to draw thousands of visitors to Wyoming this summer in an event unlike anything else seen in the state’s history. People around the world are clearing their calendars for Aug. 21, when the moon is expected to move
From: KGAB Glenn Woods, April 19th, 2017 Sure lets have an eclipse. Sounds like fun. Everybody will want to come. WAIT! Everybody? That could be a problem for a small populated state like Wyoming. According to Wyoming elected officials and emergency management, Wyoming may not be as ready to handle an eclipse as you might think.
From: Oil City News, April 20, 2017 Officials from the Casper Area Convention and Visitors Bureau as well as the Wyoming Eclipse Festival, cast their eyes skyward on Thursday, April 20th; for what they were calling a “Dress Rehearsal” for the upcoming eclipse event in August. On August 21st of 2017, Casper will be in the