It can be a challenge: what is supposed to go in the curbside recycling bin and what should not? Cardboard is OK, but what if it’s a pizza box with food residue? For people from cities and towns where glass is accepted, it might not be clear Laramie’s bins are not for glass. Is it fair game to leave the cap on a discarded water bottle?
Every Tuesday morning for the last 10 years, a group of women has been meeting in the basement of Hunter Hall to create and provide comfort.
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is planning to break ground this fall on a new building in West Laramie that will house both the Laramie Region Office and Wildlife Forensics and Fish Health Laboratory.
In the village of Lolkisale, Tanzania, the dry season once meant the onset of strict water rations — as little as one liter of water per student per day.
Man denies possessing THC
A mood of optimism brightened a gloomy, rainy day in Laramie as University of Wyoming President Laurie Nichols announced the commencement of a planning process to steer the university through the next five years.
Several state facilities went into emergency protocol procedures Thursday following warnings of potential threats made by email, according to the Wyoming Office of Homeland Security. In Albany County, officials chose to continue operations mostly as they normally do.
Students and staff in Albany County School District No. 1 will have new opportunities this year to incorporate technology into their learning environment, thanks to the introduction of brand-new computers and faster internet service.