University of Wyoming officials expect the campus to grow in a number of ways throughout the next five years between the development of more aggressive recruiting efforts and construction projects both planned and nearing completion.
They practically turn themselves now. Tip them on edge, point them where you want to go and then let gravity do the rest. Today’s downhill skis are vastly easier to turn compared to those a decade or two ago.
The Albany County Commission committed to looking into ways to support a partnership between Laramie County Community College and WyoTech on Friday during a special meeting where the commission approved a resolution outlining the partnership.
The Albany County School District No. 1 Board of Education is preparing to lose teachers, whether because of attrition or cuts to education funding from the Wyoming Legislature.
Run The Rails: In honor of the 150th anniversary of the arrival of the railroad in Laramie, the recreation center is hosting Running the Rails through Oct. 31. Those interested can view an informational video on the city of Laramie Parks and Recreation Facebook page. The event is open to par…
Like most bills proposed during a budget session of the Wyoming Legislature, “The Marriage and Constitution Restoration Act” died quietly, failing introduction Feb. 16 in the Wyoming House of Representatives.
When outsiders move to Laramie, they often import bits of the culture they are coming from. For some, this means opening a Thai restaurant. For others, it means hosting sweat lodge ceremonies.
Democrat Gary Trauner, a Teton County businessman and entrepreneur, said Wednesday he is running against Sen. John Barrasso, R-Wyoming, because he thinks Washington, D.C., is “dysfunctional” and “broken,” with politicians who are more beholden to special interests than the people they represent.
Improvements to the Albany County School District No. 1 computer science education program could assist the school district in transitioning to new education standards proposed in Senate File 29, which passed its third reading in the Wyoming Senate on Friday.
Three missing snowmobilers were found Wednesday by Albany County Sheriff’s Office deputies and Albany County Search and Rescue volunteers after several hours of searching in the Snowy Range.
The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees approved a nearly $400,000 proposal that could improve access to and quality of preschool education across Wyoming during its meeting Wednesday.
In September, President Donald Trump announced he would rescind an Obama-era administrative program allowing some undocumented immigrants to work in the country legally, while requiring them to pay taxes.
Aside from having labels around the room written in Spanish and a Mexican and Spanish flag hanging on the wall, Spring Creek Elementary School kindergarten teacher Mary Cruz’s room looked just like any other kindergarten classroom.
The Laramie City Council moved one step closer to annexing about six acres of property Tuesday at the request of the property owner.
The Albany County Commission decided Tuesday to hold a special meeting 9:30 a.m. Friday to determine if the county should commit to providing funding to help keep WyoTech open.
A bill in the Wyoming Senate could provide millions of state dollars to fund Laramie County Community College’s proposal to assume WyoTech’s programming after the technical institute is expected to close in June.
Community building can be complex, but at Western States Bank, Senior Vice President Chad Witte said the company’s approach is simple — give money to the organizations working toward a better Laramie.
Potential changes to Laramie and Whiting high schools could bring students closer to programs that would benefit students, while saving Albany County School District No. 1 money on rent.
Chris Boswell’s seven years at the University of Wyoming have been an eventful era in the university’s history, his tenure spanning four presidencies and weathering the fallout from $42 million in cuts handed down to the university from the Wyoming Legislature.
Laramie High School students crowded the Albany County School District No. 1 meeting room Feb. 12 as they were recognized by the Board of Education for their participation in the Wyoming All State choir, band and orchestra.
Laramie Middle School students recently offered support through letters to the family of Zackari Parrish, a Douglas County Sheriff’s deputy who died from a fatal gunshot wound on New Year’s Eve.
Representatives from the city, county and three institutions of higher education are conducting a study to see how the educational communities and Laramie community at large view the relationship between each other.
The broad-tailed hummingbird that encountered a feeder near Curt Gowdy State Park one afternoon last summer probably didn’t notice the click of Mark Mass’ camera as it hovered in the sunlight.
Think of martial arts and the image that comes to mind is probably one of external martial arts — the kind involving explosive punches and kicks and found throughout Jet Li’s filmography.
Although the Wyoming Legislature did not introduce a bill by its Wednesday deadline to fund the Laramie County Community College proposal to absorb WyoTech into its program, Mayor Andi Summerville said the proposal is not dead.
To help motivate Laramigos get into an exercise routine, the Laramie Community Recreation Center is hosting a sesquicentennial event dubbed “Run the Rails.”
An outside evaluator gathered input from University of Wyoming faculty, staff and anonymous online individuals Wednesday as part of an evaluation on President Laurie Nichols’ performance as UW’s chief administrator.
A bill seeking to forbid the University of Wyoming — or any of the state’s community colleges — from disinviting controversial speakers is finding support among some faculty members at UW.
Born in Guadalajara, Mexico, Daniela Liebman began practicing piano as a 5-year-old. Just 10 years later, Liebman has performed as a soloist alongside several famous orchestras and won a handful of prestigious international contests.