Sara joined Townsquare Media in November 2016. She graduated from Wheatland High School in 2011. In May 2016, she graduated from the University of Wyoming with degrees in Journalism and Global Studies. She has two dogs and enjoys hiking, traveling and reading.
Albany County Republican Party Gears Up for Caucus, County Convention
The Albany County Republican Party is gearing up for its biennial caucus, and the party hopes Albany County Republicans excited to enact change will attend the caucus.
Seasonal Road Closures on Pole Mountain Aim to Protect Natural Resources
Seasonal road closures are scheduled to take effect this Thursday, Feb. 1 on Pole Mountain in order to preserve road conditions and protect resources in the Medicine Bow National Forest.
UW Board of Trustees Begins Evaluation of President Laurie Nichols
The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees has begun its evaluation of UW President Laurie Nichols and the campus community and general public will have a chance to weigh in.
UW Trustees Seek Public Comment on Possible In-State Tuition Increases
The UW Board of Trustees are seeking public comment on a possible 4 percent in-state tuition hike.
ACSD No. 1 Looks to Student Engagement, Career Readiness to Boost Graduation Rates
The Wyoming Department of Education released data on high school graduation rates across the state. While Albany County's numbers were comparable with the state average, the school district is looking to student engagement and career readiness strategies to boost graduation numbers.
‘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.
Winter Storm Jaxon Caused 177 Crashes Over the Weekend, WHP Says
According to the WHP, Jaxon had a significant impact on the state, causing many crashes and road closures. A total of 177 crashes occurred throughout the state, 30 of them being commercial vehicles.
Cooper Center for the Creative Arts Hosts ‘Art in the Dark’ Event
The Cooper Center for the Creative Arts is inviting the Laramie community to attend its Art in the Dark: A Fluorescent Event fundraiser this weekend.
‘Adulting 101 Laramie’ Program Offers Chance to Learn Valuable Life Skills
A life-skills class put together by a number of Laramie organizations is helping recently-graduated students to transition from going to school to living as an adult.
Laramie City Council to Discuss Community Partners Program Funding
The Laramie City Council will be discussing how to maintain funding for the community partners program during their work session Tuesday night, in the midst of a tightening city budget.
UW Trustees to Subject 10-Year Housing Plan to Further Examination
The UW Board of Trustees voted to accept the proposal, which is now subject to further examination by the trustees facilities committee, which would make a recommendation to the board before any final action is taken.
UW Board of Trustees Approves Science Initiative Building Design
The Board of Trustees approved the final design for the Science Initiative building and voted to make the project their number one construction priority going into the state Legislative session during their meeting Thursday.