I grew up in the small town of Lingle, Wyoming. I got a degree in Media Communication from Bethel University in the Twin Cities area in Minnesota. I lived there for 7 years and only made it to the Mall of America 6 times. I did however attend too many Twins games to count. I moved back to Wyoming in November of 2009 to be closer to my family. I have two nieces that can make anybody's heart melt. When I am not working I am most likely dancing or playing volleyball, wait that's what I wish I was doing all the time...gotta work on that. (Profile Photo by Anne Brande - Ludwig Photography)
Cowboys Lose at Boise State, 68-61, Without Larry Nance, Jr.
Revenge was not in order for the Wyoming Cowboys, who lost 68-61 to Boise State on Saturday in Boise.
Laramie Chamber & LEDC Considering Combining Forces
The pending departures of leaders of two Laramie economic organizations has led to those organizations looking into possibly combining. The Laramie Area Chamber of Commerce (LACC) and the Laramie Economic Development Corporation (LEDC) are both saying farewell to their Chief Executive Officers in February and the Boards of both organizations have decided to explore their options.
Wyoming Offensive Coordinator Takes Job at New Mexico State
Wyoming football will have a new offensive coordinator for 2013. New Mexico State announced on Friday that it has hired Gregg Brandon as the Aggies' new offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.
Laramie Poker Tournament to Benefit MS Society
A poker tournament on Saturday is a sure bet to raise money for people living with multiple sclerosis in the Rocky Mountain Area. The 5th Annual MS Texas Hold 'em Poker Tournament will be at the Laramie Historic Train Depot on February 9th from 5:30 p.m. to midnight.
New Laramie Movie Release: ‘Identity Thief’
The Weekend Movie Forecast call for cooling, with some clearing. Most of the best films have left town, with a couple of exceptions. "Silver Linings Playbook" has been held over.
2013 Wyoming Football Recruiting Class Announced
Head Coach Dave Christensen announced his fifth recruiting class at Wyoming on Wednesday. The 2013 class is composed of 11 recruits on offense, 11 on defense and 1 special teams recruit. The signees include 15 high schooler, 7 junior college transfers and 1 walk-on who was awarded a scholarship.
Laramie Chamber Announces Nominees for Annual Awards
The Laramie Area Chamber of Commerce has announced the 2012 nominees for awards to be given out at the Annual Member Recognition Dinner on February 21st.
5 Ways to Spend Valentine’s Day in Laramie
Valentine's Day is next week and with it falling on a Thursday night this year, it may be best to plan to do something in town. If you have yet to start planning anything, we've got you covered. Here are five ways you can spend Valentine's Day right here in Laramie.
Laramie Special Olympics Raising Funds at Spaghetti Dinner
The annual Spaghetti Dinner fundraiser will be back at the Laramie High School Cafeteria on Thursday for Laramie Special Olympics. Athletes will help serve the dinner and be present to meet and greet with all who attend.
Laramie Colts Joining Different League in 2014
The Laramie Colts are on hiatus for a year as they prepare to join the Colorado Rocky Mountain Baseball League for the 2014 season. Owners Kent and Nicko Kleppinger made the announcement Friday following the winter owner's meeting for the CRMB league.
Wyoming Cowgirls Power Past CSU, 82-67
Four Cowgirls scored in double figures to push Wyoming past rival Colorado State, 82-67, on Saturday in Laramie.
New Laramie Movie Releases: ‘Warm Bodies’ & ‘Bullet to the Head’
The Weekend Movie Forecast is cooling off. Two Oscar-nominated films left Laramie today, but two other film nominated for best picture Academy Awards remain in "Zero Dark Thirty" and "Silver Linings Playbook," which both rate a B+.