Casper, Wyoming 

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Casper - 11/5/2011
The people are very rude up here but there education is great up here compared where I lived in texas. It is a gorgeous and i would not stop you from moving here but the people will probably drive you crazy. I have lived here for two years and cannot stand most people but do not let that stop you it is to gorgeous up here and there is schools that give out great education. For example, Dick Cheney graduated from my high school and many other famous Read More

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help!! - 8/20/2011
what are the apartment rates looking like these days?? cause i'm soon to be 19 an looking for a place in WY to start fresh at. i've heard good an bad things about casper, but what town doesn't have it's good an bad. i need to find a cheap apartment for a single person, an i'm also will be looking for a ranch i could possible look into for work at. so if someone could please give some info that would be great!!
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living in Casper - 10/18/2010
It is a small town easy to navigate. Its more suitable to Caucasians with interest in skiing and Read More

Casper WY. - 12/28/2009
Casper is a great place to live, it has beautiful mountains, great mountain views and lot's of beautiful ranches. However, the winters here are so cold. High winds, sub zero temperatures, and where I live (on a ranch) during the summer, there are a lot of moquitos. Casper has great jobs, and great properties. It has shopping centers and everything. Winter weather starts really early, like in September. Casper also has great ski places, and you're close to Read More

Casper Culture - 9/25/2009
I come across this article and I just had to comment.
May be some of it is true when it comes to the wheather, statistics, but I will have to disagree about how freindly the poeple of casper are may be with each other but most definitely not to outsiders unless you mean (people from other states) but if you are from another country as my self (Italy) them good luck for everything you do, I have been looking for a job here for almost 3 months there is opportunities out there but unfortunately they are just not hiring foreing which is very sad but that is the real casper Read More

Hub of Wyoming - 8/23/2009
Casper is a nice town. The people are friendly for the most part and are very accepting of outsiders. They do not care where you are from as long as you work hard and don't have a bad attitude. The cost of living is reasonable and there are decent jobs to be had, although the majority of them are mining-related. The town has lots of big box stores and a very nice mall (one of only three in the state). Casper is the "big city" of Wyoming and so many events happen there. There are lots of outdoor activities as well. There is small ski resort on Casper Mountain, camping is available there, fishing on the Platte River, and there are some reservoirs nearby where you can have motorboats. Hunting is also readily available, especially for antelope and deer. The only negatives:
* Long, cold winters
* Very windy (not uncommon to have 60mph+ for days at a time)
* Not a good singles scene, particularly for men (many more men than women, this is all over Wyoming)
* Isolated Read More

ez living - 1/1/2009
dirt cheap to live Read More

Our educaton and Health should be looked at. - 10/21/2008
We need more money in out housing, education for the children and adults and our most importatn to our health. We need some kind of program to always get taken care of. We have to grow with our children so we should have medical. What do you all thik about that? Education is important, and try to get more security for cutting school. Kids don't need to be drinking, doing drugs, they need to thisnk about their future, cause you know we won't be there that long so we need to teach the kids to take care of their selves. Housing we have so much homeless people in California I am from california and now I am here in casper, Wyoming, so Just think who would be the best President and Vote Vote for the schools while your at it. Well have a great week and God Bless each one of us. I hope everything is Read More

Living in Casper - 10/17/2008
I have been here for over 8 years. I have a good job and have been with it long enough that I am locked in financially and cannot move now. I will be the ONLY person here who will give you the straight facts. Casper is a rude city to live in. The cowboy mentality pretty much means mannerless, ignorant,and self-centered and you will find it without looking, anywhere you go here. The nicest most intelligent people you will meet here were born and raised elsewhere. The meth problem is big and hits the papers weekly. The clean air and open spaces are deceptive since the breast cancer rate per capita here is high. Must be something in all the chemicals and minerals here in the ground. If you move here you would do well to love extremely windy days (40+) because it blows like that 3 to 5 days out of the week. Doesn't matter if it's winter, or summer, it BLOWS..We are constantly chastised for telling people that but why lie to someone about a real issue?? Property sales and rentals are Read More

Big, Wonderful Wyoming! - 8/14/2008
Casper is a very nice town to live in. It is big enough to have most of what you need and be self-sustaining yet it has a small town feel. The people there are some of the nicest, most genuine people you will ever meet. It is a very working class town and people don't care if you come from out of state, as long as you are a hard worker. I have found this town to be very accepting, contrary to the popular stereotype of Wyoming. The school system here is wonderful as well. Even though there are over 50,000 people, you can still see antelope and deer in the parks and golf courses. Wonderful place to live, I only left due to a job opportunity I couldn't refuse.

*If you are planning a move to Casper (and most of Wyoming) be sure to look for housing as soon as possible. It is tough to find! Also remember that the wind blows nearly non-stop in the winter and highways and interstates close at the drop of a Read More

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