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Laramie Man Convicted of Sexual Assault Sentenced to Five to Ten Years In Prison
Travis Bogard was sentenced to five to 10 years in prison, with credit for time served.
Wyoming Motorsports Club Eyes International Race Car Competition
The Wyoming Motorsports club is hoping to use skills learned in the classroom in a real–life, hands on learning situation to build an electric formula race car and enter it in the Society of Automotive Engineers’ Formula Hybrid competition in 2019 in Loudon, New Hampshire.
‘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.
City Council Postpones Vote on Snow Removal Policy
The Laramie City Council moved to postpone voting on an original ordinance that would have made several changes to the city’s snow removal policy during their meeting on Tuesday.
Section of Laramie Greenbelt Trail Closed Due to Ice, High Water Levels
The City of Laramie Parks Division has closed a section of the Laramie River Greenbelt trail Wednesday, citing unsafe conditions.
Laramie City Council to Vote Whether to Enact Landfill Voucher Program
The Laramie City Council will vote tonight on whether to approve proposed improvements to the free landfill day offered to the community during their meeting Tuesday night.
Laramie City Council to Vote on Snow Removal Policy Changes
The Laramie City Council will hold one last public hearing on the potential changes to the city's snow and ice removal policy before having its third and final reading on the ordinance during their meeting Tuesday night.
Woman Pleads Not Guilty to Bringing Ecstasy into Albany County Detention Center
A woman accused of bringing ecstasy into a jail pleaded not guilty in Albany County District Court Thursday.
UW-Led Research Discovers How to Produce More Trophy Bighorn Rams
Researchers at the University of Wyoming say that the path to increasing the number of trophy rams in North American Bighorn sheep populations may be contrary to popular belief, according to their recent research paper.
Medicine Bow Natl. Forest Participates In ‘Every Kid in a Park’ Program
The program allows fourth-grade students and their families to visit day-use areas in the local forests and grasslands free of charge, the Forest Service said in a news release.
UW Appoints First Native American Program Adviser
The University of Wyoming has hired a UW graduate as the first Native American Program adviser in the Dean of Student’s Office, UW says.
Laramie Volunteers to Provide Christmas Tree Pickup Service
Residents who want to participate in the program should have their Christmas trees on the curb and ready for pickup by 9 a.m. on Jan. 6.