The Daily Breeze: hot, hot, hot news today!


We enter HOT! And we’re not just talking about the weather (but it will be just as hot today). Even better, today is one of our favorites: FRIDAY! What have you planned this weekend?

Find out what the Breeze blew: See photos from last night UW sports extravaganza, see details at grand opening tomorrow of the new Rocky Mountain Car Wash locationand read about a NEW yak friendly street near Casper Mountain.

It’s going to be a little hot today. We should see a high of 96°F with sun and a few clouds this afternoon. This broken should come from SE at 10 to 20 mph.


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Bryn Ballew, 7, and sister Mira Ballew, 8, do handstands on the turf during the UW Athletic Summer Bash at David Street Station Thursday afternoon in Casper. (Dan Cepeda, Oil City News)

Check out the photos from last night’s “Athletic Bash”!

Everyone had fun UW Sports Celebration by David Street Station. oil city Dan Cepeda took LOTS of amazing pictures of Local casperites having fun and relaxing with friends and family.

Read the full story here!

Courtesy of Rocky Mountain Car Wash

Did someone say FREE car wash?

Rocky Mountain Car Wash celebrate the Large aperture from their newest car wash location (located at 4600 Tranquility Road) to Casper tomorrow, June 18. In addition to free car washes between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., there will be multiple giveaways with gift cards and swag!

Read the full story here!

Courtesy of Star Yak Ranch, Facebook

Yak Road is a thing now

It’s official! Jeffree Star’s “Star Ranch” recently shared that the main road they take to ferry their yaks is now called “Road of the Yaks”complete with official signage!

Read the full story here!

Aired job listings

HVAC service Technology

Tim Force Tin Shop is looking for a HVAC technician to help with install, maintain and repair systems, among other tasks. This full time position understands society paid health, dental and vision insurance for the family and the company paid retirement package after 90 days.

Graphic designer

Upper sign and supply is looking for an outgoing person to design logos for clients or recreate existing logos. Working with Adobe Illustrator. Experience desired but we will train the right person. We have a large clientele and the right person will have to be comfortableInteract with customers face to face, over the phone and via email.

practice manager

Parkridge and Rocky Mountain Behavioral Health looking to hire a hardworking Chief of Staff for a growing outpatient behavioral health practice. You will be responsible for hiring and training administrative staff, managing budgets,event cycle management processensuring that the firm provides good customer service and manages Daily operations.

Sales manager

Would you like to join an innovative and agile team with deep roots in the Cowboy state? Upstream Media looking for a passionate Sales manager to drive the continued growth of our clients’ advertising programs. Join our team and create, sell and manage advertising programs for a growing list of popular brands including Oil City News, Cap City News, Basin Reboot, Wyomovies, Sheridan Cinemas, Riverton Cinemas and more. Our advertising programs currently reach millions of viewers each month, and we are just getting started!

Line cook

The office bar and grill looking to hire a new and experienced full time cook. It’s time to cook and enjoy a good atmosphere with a good salary. Use your skills!

See MORE jobs (and find out how to post your jobs) on the Oil City jobs site here!

What to do in the Oil City? Check out our community calendar.

Check out the latest Breezy events happening this week in our personalized community calendar! This week we have lots of fun activities and ideas to stay motivated throughout the week! Check out these events in our Breeze here!

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Hope you have an amazing weekend!

Best of you Breezy gal,


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