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Family Promise of Albany County Aims to Provide Assistance to Homeless Families
An organization dedicated to helping families struggling with homelessness to get back on their feet is having its official launch party this Saturday, April 28.
Man Pleads Guilty to Cocaine Charge as Part of Plea Deal
A man accused of multiple drug charges pleaded guilty to one of them during his change of plea hearing in Albany County District Court Tuesday.
UW VP for Administration Finalists to Present on Campus this Week
The University of Wyoming has identified the finalists for the position of vice president for administration at UW and will be welcoming them to campus beginning Friday, April 27 to give public presentations.
Man Sentenced to Probation for Possession Charges
A man charged with possession of a controlled substance was sentenced to probation Monday in Albany County District Court.
GOP Delegate Cited for Carrying Gun on UW Campus
One person was cited by University of Wyoming Police at the Wyoming State Republican Convention on Friday, for open-carrying a gun on the UW campus.
UW To Offer Native Wellness Training April 23, 24
The University of Wyoming will host training workshops next week aimed at bringing positive changes in the overall wellness of Native American students and others in the UW community.
Lawsuit Against ACSD No. 1 Dismissed
According to documents filed in U.S. District Court on April 18, both ACSD No. 1 and the plaintiff, a former Albany County resident, filed for the lawsuit to be dismissed with prejudice – meaning the lawsuit is permanently dismissed and can’t be brought back to court.
‘Wanted Wednesday’ [VIDEO]
The Albany County Sheriff’s office has released the latest ‘Wanted Wednesday’ photos featuring individuals wanted on warrants issued through Albany County courts.
Volunteers Needed for Forest Service Work Day
A community organization in southeast Wyoming is looking for volunteers to assist with work days on the Pole Mountain Unit of the Medicine Bow National Forest on May 5.
UW to Begin Search for New College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Dean
The University of Wyoming will begin a nationwide search for a new dean of the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources after longtime Dean Frank Galey announced his retirement.
Laramie Woman Arrested, Charged With Felony Property Destruction
The Laramie Police Department has arrested a Laramie woman on a felony vandalism charge.
UW Seeks Input on Engagement Task Force Draft Report
The University of Wyoming is seeking input on the UW Engagement Task Force’s recently completed draft report and has scheduled a listening session to gather comments.