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“Depth of Winter: A Longmire Mystery” by Craig Johnson is a bit of a misnomer as the book breaks from the series’ normal routine of mystery and finds the titular character in an adventurous thriller.

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Fire restrictions on private property in Albany County were lifted Thursday. The restrictions were enacted in early July, when crews were overwhelmed by several human-caused fires in Medicine Bow National Forest.

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CHEYENNE — A new poll released Wednesday showed Jackson financier Foster Friess and State Treasurer Mark Gordon in a virtual dead heat for the GOP gubernatorial nomination with less than a week to go before primary day.

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Almost a third of candidates for Laramie City Council and Albany County Commission did not file their campaign finance reports by the 5 p.m. Tuesday deadline.

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Candidates challenging incumbent legislators for seats representing Albany County in the statehouse boast $19,661 in campaign contributions so far. That’s more than double the funds held by the incumbents they face. Across the state, campaign finance reports were due Tuesday.

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Beitel Elementary is currently facing average class sizes of 17.56 students for the 2018-2019 school year, according to Monday’s enrollment figures.

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If state government and private industry invested fully in carbon technology, Wyoming could use coal to support an average of 2,600 jobs over the next 17 years, according to a report from the American Jobs Project.

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The Albany County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees plans to discuass potential remedies for the imbalance in the number of sports offered to male and female high school students.

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I knew I didn’t stand a chance of winning the gold. I looked at the two women, one on each side of me, as we waited our turn to start the 20K road cycling race. It was Day One of the Wyoming Senior Olympics with about 50 or so cyclists gathering for the event that took off from Kiwanis Park.

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As a state agency, the University of Wyoming is entitled to regulate the possession of guns on campus, attorneys for the university have argued in a civil lawsuit.

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PARKS AND RECREATION GUIDE: Find the current Parks and Recreation guide at www.cityoflaramie.org/parksandrec. Be sure to like Parks and Recreation on Facebook (www.facebook.com/laramie.parksandrecreation) for useful information and news. Call 721-5269 with questions regarding Parks and Recre…

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A Republican candidate for state treasurer said people should vote for him because of his experience and vision for investing state funds, and also criticized the Bank of the West’s move against the fossil fuels sector.

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A federal judge has asked to review a batch of emails involving former University of Wyoming lead counsel Rick Miller and UW administrators.

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An ad hoc group focused on dismantling the University of Wyoming’s Biodiversity Institute met for its second time Tuesday and is scheduled to provide recommendations to President Laurie Nichols by October concerning the center’s planned disintegration.

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The Laramie City Council passed two resolutions that will allow businesses to use sidewalks adjacent to their properties in ways that could produce profit.

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The University of Wyoming Board Of Trustees agreed Wednesday to ask the Wyoming Legislature to approve at least $19.35 million more for the 2019-2020 fiscal biennium than the school is currently set to receive.

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The Badger Creek Fire, which consumed roughly 21,000 acres of land in June, should be a strong warning to the residents near U.S. Forest Service lands of the need to engage in fire prevention activities, Albany County Commissioners said Tuesday.

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A Laramie resident pleaded not guilty Aug. 1 to assaulting another man, claiming it was because the person he hit has a history of sexually assaulting women.

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A local attorney is running for his third term as state representative as he faces a challenge from a local business owner. The race for House District 45 will be between Rep. Charles Pelkey, D-Laramie, and Republican challenger Roxie Hensley, owner of Roxie’s on Grand.

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The city of Laramie is in a time-crunch to change land-development rules in the Turner Tract by the end of August in order to save a senior housing project planned for Crystal Court.

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A local man will not receive the status of a felon, and the penalties that come with it, after a judge invoked the first offender statute.

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Brad Enzi, who was selected this week to be the new CEO of the Laramie Chamber Business Alliance, said he is optimistic for the future of Laramie as he brings experience to the job and hopes to build trust.