UW Announces MLK Days of Dialogue Events Schedule
The University this week announced a number of events primarily focusing on the contributions of black women from the civil rights movement to the present.
Wyoming Super Tag Raffle Providing Wildlife Management Funding
The popularity of the Super Tag has grown annually with 2018 beating all previous records.
Highway 230 Outside of Laramie to Receive Surface Upgrade
Other contracts the commission awarded included chip sealing, sidewalk upgrades and bridge work.
Two in Laramie Arrested for Felony Child Abuse
Both subjects were released from the Albany County Detention Center after each posted a $10,000.00 signature bond.
Wyoming Accepting Energy Assistance Program Applications
LIEAP approval may afford eligible homes to get weatherized, which can significantly lower the energy costs.
First Deadline for 2019 Wyoming Hunting Applications Approaches
Resident and nonresident spring turkey hunters, as well as nonresident elk hunters, have until Jan. 31 to submit their applications for 2019.
Fire at Mountain Cement in Laramie Injures One
Fire engines were dispatched at 12:02 p.m. to 5 Sand Creek Rd to the report of a fire in an electrical room.
Laramie HS Student a Finalist in Video Game Creation Competition
Caleb Callihan's game, Slime Knight, was created in his video game design class.
Public Review Requested of Wyoming State Health Assessment
The department says the state health assessment is to identify and understand Wyoming's health needs and priorities.
Albany County Schools Fail to Break Top 15 State Graduation Rate
All three Albany County high schools failed to reach a 90 percent graduation rate and the district as a whole came in at 82.4 percent.
WYDOT Plow Truck Damaged in Hit and Run on I-80
WYDOT says the sander of the plow was damaged and will need to be repaired.
Laramie Hosting Panel Discussion for School Choice
As a nonpartisan, nonpolitical public awareness effort, National School Choice Week highlights education options for students, families, and communities around the country.