City of Laramie To Bring E-Scooters For Easy Travel
The City of Laramie will be partnering with the Los Angeles, California-based company, Bird, to bring e-scooters to the city on a trial basis in upcoming days.
Bird is a naturally socially distanced way to get around. These scooters will be available through a mobile phone application and rider…
Stuff the Bus Takes Place This Weekend!
The Laramie Salvation Army will be having its annual Stuff the Bus event this year!
Walmart shoppers can drop off requested items at The Salvation Army contactless collection bins at the front of the store from August 6-8.
For a full list of supplies, please visit the Laramie Salvation Army's Fac…
Upcoming Chip Sealing to Cause Delays In SE Wyoming
Those traveling around southeast Wyoming should expect delays as the Wyoming Department of Transportation’s District 1 is scheduled to begin its annual chip sealing project tomorrow, August 4.
The projects are as follows:

Crews with Bituminous Paving, Inc. will
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Update In COVID-19 Information for ACSD#1
Recently, Superintendent Jubal Yennie has released a letter to families in Albany County School District #1 (ACSD#1) regarding COVID-19 and the Delta Variant.
In line with the guidance from the Center for Diseases Control (CDC), Yennie stated that the district will follow the CDC guidelines and be re…
Traffic Stop Turns to Drug Bust In Laramie County
What could have been a simple traffic stop in Laramie County turned into a drug bust on July 27.
A Wyoming Highway Patrol Trooper stopped a 2021 Hyundai Kona on Interstate 80 east of Cheyenne for speeding. The trooper became suspicious of the occupants due to the inconsistent and implausible tra…
Upcoming Road Work Off Lincolnway
Starting on August 3,  crews with S&S Builders, LLC and the Wyoming Department of Transportation will be returning to the Crow Creek structure on U.S. Highway 30/Lincolnway in order to continue some bridge rehabilitation work which began earlier this spring.
Gov. Gordon Announces Winner of Wild Bison Raffle
Governor Mark Gordon has recently announced the winner of the 2021 Wyoming Governor's Wild Bison raffle. This year's winner was Michael Lenz of Alpine.
This is the second year in which Governor Gordon has donated a bison license to support Wyoming wildlife conservation.

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