A proposed Albany County School District No. 1 public records policy will continue to move forward following a Wyoming Supreme Court decision last week that determined government entities can charge fees for the inspection of electronic public records.
The Albany County Commission will appoint members to the Seven-Mile Water and Sewer District board, who would serve until district elections can take place — the first step in resurrecting the district after the Wyoming Department of Audit determined it was in violation of state statute.
In the fast-paced Information Technology (IT) industry, Medicine Bow Technologies is looking to the future — human interaction, CEO Luke Schneider said.
Non-residents won’t pay increased rates at the Laramie Community Recreation Center after City Council approved a resolution Tuesday amending the Laramie Parks and Recreation Department Master Fee Schedule.
Clad in a dark oilskin winter coat, brown coveralls, a camouflaged ball cap partially hidden by a black knit cap, Bill Naylor stood out Friday from the brightly colored suits worn by Snowy Range Ski Area opening day patrons.
As weather worsens, drivers leaving Laramie should be prepared for the worst, especially when headed east on Interstate 80, a Wyoming Department of Transportation representative said.
Students at Indian Paintbrush Elementary School got a head start on developing their programming skills Monday, kicking off a week full of coding activities.
The sky is white; the ground is white. Distinguishing the two is impossible except when I see sagebrush poking through the blowing snow. I hit the gas as I bust through a drift and snow flies over the hood of my truck.
Residents raised more than $2,400 Thursday to send Standing Rock Sioux Reservation “water protectors” cold-weather gear and personal protective equipment, Christiane Dechert said.
Three Albany County firefighters joined efforts to combat an ongoing fire in the Great Smoky Mountains area that displaced thousands and led to more than a dozen deaths.
The snow is falling and the temperature is dropping, and that means a calendar of local events aimed at cold-weather outdoor fun. Here are a few ways to get outside or stay active this winter:
In the lifetime of William Shakespeare, female roles in his plays were portrayed by men. Though that practice has long since ended, a new production with performances at the University of Wyoming is designed to turn the antiquated practice on its head.
In a unanimous decision, the Wyoming Board of Land Commissioners voted Thursday to reject a proposed land exchange that came under fire from Albany County residents who said the trade would hinder access to public lands.
An event scheduled today in Laramie provides an opportunity for those who enjoy art and want to support a local organization a chance to do it all in one place.
The Casper Aquifer’s prohibited uses should not be changed to suit developer’s needs, residents said at Tuesday’s ward meetings.
Nearly a year-and-a-half after the partial collapse of a building in downtown Laramie, a lawsuit filed by the building owners against three Wyoming corporations continues to wind its way through District Court, with an anticipated jury trial scheduled for May.
Gov. Matt Mead recommended no further cuts to state agencies this week in Albany County, but it will be up to the State Legislature to make the final decision.
On their last day in office, the four outgoing members of the Albany County School District No. 1 Board of Education took a moment to reflect on their years with the board and share their hopes for their successors.
The University of Wyoming could have a voice on the State Board of Education if the Legislature passes a proposed bill in its upcoming general session.
After the death of an Albany County family’s pet this month — an incident family members said was caused by two dogs at large — the family hopes to bring awareness to proposed county animal control regulations that would allow victims to recover restitution and permit dangerous animals to be…
A bill restricting municipal extraterritorial jurisdiction would send Laramie back into “pre-feudal” city relations, Laramie’s city manager said Monday at a meeting with Albany County legislators.
Albany County School District No. 1 will spend the next few years preparing to implement updated Wyoming science standards, which district officials and teachers said will ultimately provide students with greater understanding of STEM — science, technology, engineering and math —concepts and…
Ornaments created by 12 students from Albany County School District No. 1 will represent the state of Wyoming this week at a national Christmas tree lighting ceremony in Washington, D.C.
A meeting of Laramie’s Environmental Advisory Committee scheduled to review prohibited uses of the land on the Casper Aquifer recharge area was postponed because of a need for technical clarification, Laramie’s assistant city manager said.
Albany County Sheriff’s Office deputies discovered a large amount of high-grade marijuana Sunday morning in a vehicle traveling west on Interstate 80.
Administrative spending growth at the University of Wyoming appears to be among the highest of its peer institutions, and greater than all but one other institution in the Mountain West Conference.
In the Laramie Fire Department Station No. 1 apparatus bay below Company Officer Cy Cass, several firefighters crowded around a medical mannequin strapped to a stretcher lying on the cement floor behind an ambulance.
Fall’s warmer-than-average weather helped the city complete more public works projects and cut overtime costs, Laramie’s Public Works Director Earl Smith said.
Laramie’s snow removal policy does not encourage residents or business to comply, a resident said during Tuesday’s Laramie City Council work session.
Just a few minutes after the community Thanksgiving dinner began Thursday morning, the dining room at the Eppson Center for Seniors was already packed with residents eager to sit down for a warm meal and to enjoy one another’s company.
Students at WyoTech-Laramie got a head start on spreading holiday cheer this year, collecting more than $4,000 in toys and monetary contributions that will benefit children.
Many of Laramie’s small businesses will welcome holiday traffic this weekend as an initiative started by a credit card company continues to gain momentum.