When the new school year starts in August, about five dozen kindergartners in Albany County School District No. 1 will greet their peers with “hello” and “hola.”
Terence Parker, one of three candidates for the open University of Wyoming provost and president for academic affairs position, spoke with faculty members Friday after a full day of interviews with upper administrators.
It’s been three-and-a-half decades since Mark Horan was a young boy at St. Laurence O’Toole Catholic School, but he’s still proud to call himself an alumnus.
Laurie Nichols took the position of University of Wyoming president Monday, allowing Dick McGinity to step back from his leadership position and reflect on his accomplishments.
Statewide cuts to K-12 education funding will not prevent Albany County School District No. 1 employees from receiving scheduled raises, but the district still expects to lose positions through attrition.
Looking to find a compromise with concerned residents and park owners, the Laramie City Council voted in favor of amending ordinances outlining regulations for manufactured home communities and recreational vehicles during its regular meeting Tuesday.
Just how much oversight should funding a private economic development organization buy the city of Laramie? During an annual report from the Laramie Chamber Business Alliance (LCBA) on Thursday, the Laramie City Council tried to decide.
A stumbling spring could give way to summer-like weather any day now, and local cyclists are getting ready for the change of seasons with two events set for this weekend.