Many lives were put at risk Friday when a Wyoming man led law enforcement on a car chase that began in Laramie’s residential streets and ended just west of Cheyenne.
Editor’s note: It is the Laramie Boomerang’s policy not to run names of defendants in sex crime cases until a conviction, or guilty or no contest pleas, unless the accused is a person of public interest, such as an elected official, or a person of public trust, such as a teacher or counselor.
With the south Laramie storm drainage master plan 90 percent complete, Laramie could start working on its overall drainage goal — a city-wide drainage master plan.
Students at Spring Creek Elementary School hope to raise awareness of the need for clean water through a website showcasing their research and creativity.
The first day of the University of Wyoming’s spring semester began with a bit of political controversy Monday, as someone flew a flag commonly associated with gay pride over the American flag on Prexy’s Pasture.
Certain AmeriCorps service members in Wyoming that came from outside of the state could qualify for in-state college tuition under a bill currently working its way through the Legislature.
Efforts to replace outdated plumbing equipment at the Albany County Detention Center are underway, with Albany County requesting project bids this month.
Less than four months after the process began, the University of Wyoming’s first strategic plan since 2012 is taking shape, and a considerable part of that effort will likely involve increasing UW’s enrollment numbers.
As renewable energy production in the United States continues to grow, wind farms figure to remain a fixture of the Wyoming landscape in coming decades.
They’ve done it again. Members of the University of Wyoming Nordic Ski Club will, once again, represent the United States at the World University Games. Beginning Jan. 29 and going through early February, six UW skiers, two UW coaches and three ski team alumni head for Almaty, Kazakhstan. Fo…
More than five dozen people have expressed interest in joining a committee that will spend the next few years incorporating updated state science standards into Albany County School District No. 1.
A recurring controversial topics for the University of Wyoming is back again as Republican state lawmakers introduced a bill Jan. 13 that would permit the concealed carrying of firearms on public college campuses.
Albany County School District No. 1 officials plan to update the district’s graduation requirements in accordance with proposed changes to Chapter 31, the portion of Wyoming statute governing state graduation requirements.
A study investigating the feasibility of developing bicycle and pedestrian pathways along the Snowy Range Corridor gave the Laramie Parks and Recreation Department the opportunity to “go after some low-hanging fruit,” the department director said.
With City Council’s approval of a bid award Tuesday, the Laramie Fire Department could soon replace 20 self-contained breathing apparatuses.
Starting in February, victims of dogs running at large will be able to seek restitution in criminal cases after the Albany County Commission on Tuesday adopted amended animal control regulations for the county.
As a final step in the Wyoming State Loan and Investment Board application process, the Laramie Community Redevelopment Foundation donated the Empress Lot to the city Tuesday, the Laramie city manager said.
Laramie Mayor Andi Summerville said she came to Laramie in 1999 for the University of Wyoming and forgot to leave after she graduated.
City Council is slated to review an amendment to Laramie’s solid waste budget at tonight’s regular meeting that could fund drilling two new groundwater monitoring wells at the Laramie landfill.
Snow Range Academy students spent Friday afternoon naming countries and oceans at the school geography bee — the first level in the National Geographic Bee, an annual competition that tests students’ knowledge of world geography.
For students in the Albany County School District No. 1 GATE, or Gifted and Talented Education program, each day is an opportunity for growth and discovery.
Ray Jacquot remembers the month and year he first started climbing — September 1965. He and a friend took a physical education class at Casper College about climbing and spent their weekends on outings in nearby mountains.
A bill sponsored by Rep. Charles Pelkey, D-Laramie, that aims to prevent overdose deaths in Wyoming through limited immunity from criminal prosecution has drawn mixed reactions from medical and law enforcement officials in Albany County.
Editor’s note: This is the second of two stories about how many Wyoming residents have bachelor’s degrees — and why some in the Cowboy State want to increase those numbers.
Extreme weather conditions contributed to an increase in major road closures throughout December 2016, Wyoming Highway Patrol Lt. Mike Simmons said.
Editor’s note: This is the first of two stories about how many Wyoming residents have bachelor’s degrees — and why some in the Cowboy State want to increase those numbers.
A rough-legged hawk that was probably hit by a car near Casper a couple months ago would have had no chance of survival had it been left to fend for itself.
The Bombardier CRJ200 50-passenger jet won’t be disappearing from Laramie’s airport anytime soon despite Bombardier phasing the model out, Laramie Regional Airport Manager Jack Skinner said.
Former Trustee Lawrence Perea will return to the Albany County School District No. 1 Board of Education following the resignation of Trustee Ruth Castor.
With January designated as National Stalking Awareness Month, Albany County SAFE Project plans to raise awareness of the crime and educate the community on how to recognize signs of stalking behaviors.
Albany County Attorney Peggy Trent intends to have legislation introduced that would create a specific offense for juvenile sexting, or the act of a minor sending, forwarding or receiving sexually explicit images of a similarly underage peer.