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County Attorney’s Office plans new victim, witness conference room

The Albany County Attorney’s Office is slated to get a conference room for crime victims as part of an effort to improve prosecution.

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Tuesday 06/30/2015
Pianist Chi-Chen Wu brings new skills to UW
Posted: June 30, 2015

After more than 30 years of piano experience and world-wide studies, assistant professor Chi-Chen Wu ended her trek three years ago at the University of Wyoming Department of Music, ready to teach students skills not easily found.

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Monday 06/29/2015
County grants manager set to take new job
Posted: June 29, 2015

It’s difficult to find an Albany County project Sheela Schermetzler hasn’t contributed to in some shape or form.

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Sunday 06/28/2015
University of Wyoming sheep facility brings world-class research
Posted: June 28, 2015

For decades, scientists have known a parent’s traits are passed down to their children, such as eye or hair color. However, new research is showing other factors are at play that can have big effects on your child — and University of Wyoming sheep are leading the way.

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State law can hinder prosecution of sexual assault
Posted: June 28, 2015

Sexual assault victims in Wyoming might have difficulty getting their cases prosecuted when alcohol or drugs were involved.

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Saturday 06/27/2015
Unemployment steady in Albany County, job growth slow
Posted: June 27, 2015

Statewide unemployment rates are down, including in Albany County, but that is only part of a less-optimal picture.

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UW among entities expected to benefit from capital gains
Updated: June 27, 2015 - 12:44 pm

It wasn’t entirely unexpected, but the University of Wyoming is grateful for roughly $47 million in state capital gains funds expected to be available to the university this year.

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Friday 06/26/2015
Ruth Henson pleads not guilty by reason of mental illness
Posted: June 26, 2015

A Laramie woman who allegedly smothered two cats pleaded not guilty by reason of mental illness Thursday in District Court.

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Officials hope to work bugs out of new software
Posted: June 26, 2015

When statewide court system WYUSER was created in 2009, legislators and court workers envisioned a way to make public records readily available.

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