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Efforts to bring more international students to the University of Wyoming moved forward this week, as the school’s top officer for internationalization produced a plan to use agents from International Development Program Education, which facilitates study abroad placements, to recruit more s…

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In the wake of losing $2.2 million in municipal operations funding after the state’s recent economic troubles, the Public Works Department is working with Honeywell Corporation to begin the process of assessing, auditing and improving infrastructure for maximum energy efficiency within city …

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The Albany County Public Library was gearing up for its final, busiest day of the book sale on Saturday morning, according to assistant library director Rachel Crocker, when staff came into the lobby and saw large amounts of glass scattered on the floor. The library had been vandalized.

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The University of Wyoming’s Office of Academic Affairs could dissolve the Department of Geography and eliminate most geography degrees next year.

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Laramie may be a small town, but it creates a lot of trash. So much trash, in fact, the city has started the process of expanding the landfill with three new cells. The city is offering the opportunity for public input on the landfill stage 2 expansion during a meeting at 5:30 p.m. today in …

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Video footage showing the death of Robbie Ramirez reveals the 39-year-old Laramie man was unarmed yet confrontational in the moments before he was fatally shot by Derek Colling, a deputy in the Albany County Sheriff’s Office.

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Although Laramie’s City Council meeting last week had to be moved to Wednesday due to the election, its agenda was still packed with items including turning down federal funding, rezoning an area on 15th Street and declaring city holidays.

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With the holidays fast approaching, many are excited about the feasts of turkey, potatoes, green bean casserole and more in their future. As many as 6,000 adults and children in Albany County, however, aren’t sure where their next meal is coming from, said Mike Vercauteren, executive directo…

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The air was ringing with the combination of a singing bowl fading into the buzz of the tattoo gun as Tibetan artist Tashi Norbu tattooed a bird on a woman’s ankle while chanting different mantras. Part of an event titled “Tattoo Activation” at Rolling Tattoo in Laramie, Norbu combined medita…

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The University of Wyoming’s plan to improve the College of Education will need $18 million to $20 million in initial funding to overhaul the state’s system of producing teachers. Ray Reutzel, UW’s dean of education, said the overhaul would also require $1 million annually in recurring funds.

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A local quilting group is set to show off its creations Saturday while looking for military veterans to whom it can present the comfort of a handmade quilt.

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Laramie’s City Council held their meeting on Wednesday instead of the usual Tuesday this week due to the election. During the meeting, it approved the first reading of a measure giving more authority to the city and the Laramie Fire Department to give citations to companies in breach of buil…

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Two new members will join the Albany County School District No. 1 board this December after winning their elections Tuesday.

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The election is over, and Laramie’s City Council will see four new faces in January, including Jessica Rae Stalder, Brian Harrington, Paul Weaver and Erin O’Doherty.

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While the state is unlikely to purchase the building housing the Laramie Montessori School, the Legislature is likely to explore other locations that the charter school could eventually be moved into.

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Early voting numbers topped out at 839 electors as Monday, an increase of eight people from the same day in 2016, said Albany County Deputy Clerk Kayla White. She added 3,489 have come in to the Albany County Courthouse to vote since Sept. 21, a sharp increase to the 1,875 early voters in 2016.

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Albany County Commission chairman Tim Chesnut will not return to his post in January.

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All of Albany County’s incumbents in the Wyoming Legislature held onto their seats Tuesday. While at least two of the races were close as results rolled in, the two Republicans and one Democrat facing challengers all came out on top.

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Election results are in, and Jessica Rae Stalder, Brian Harrington, Paul Weaver and Erin O’Doherty are Laramie’s newly elected City Council members. Bryan Shuster also won his reelection bid for Ward 3.

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Derek Colling, a police officer with a checkered past, has been confirmed as having killed Robbie Ramirez of Laramie. The 39-year-old was fatally shot Sunday on Garfield Street, between 21st and 22nd streets.

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A deputy from the Albany County Sheriff’s Office fatally shot a man Sunday on Garfield Street between 21st and 22nd streets.

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Albany County’s unemployment rate as of September is below both state and national averages at 3.2 percent, falling from 3.5 percent in August, according to a recent report issued by the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services Research and Planning committee. Despite this recent drop, unemp…

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A federal judge ruled this week that the University of Wyoming Foundation, the nonprofit that raises money for the university, could possibly be held liable for civil rights claims made under the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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Laramie’s City Council candidate Jessica Rae Stalder took to her campaign's Facebook page Thursday to rebuke rumors that she doesn't live in the city's Ward 1 which she intends to represent. And according to the Albany County Clerk, voters intending to cast their ballots for Stalder should f…

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Gardening season is over in the Laramie Valley, but a group of volunteers has been building the bones of garden in Kiwanis Park this fall with an eye on the promise of spring.

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The University of Wyoming’s Transit and Parking Services hosted a community meeting Thursday at the Berry Center Auditorium to get public input regarding parking in and around campus. Although it was sparsely attended, there were big concerns for parking availability in the neighborhoods aro…

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In between bites of Oreo cookies and sips of tea one recent Saturday evening, a group of Laramie residents in the basement of St. Paul’s United Church of Christ talked about childhood, parenthood, aging, spiritual journeys, eternity and fear.

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The Wyoming Department of Education’s accountability scores for Albany County School District No. 1 improved slightly in the 2017-18 ratings released Thursday.