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The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees lost its former president from among its ranks Tuesday when Trustee John MacPherson resigned, citing the need for a “fresh set of ideas and experiences” for the board.

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Flooding caused closures of multiple roads across Laramie as a storm dumped about a quarter inch of rain shortly after 2 p.m. Tuesday.

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After the University of Wyoming’s Board of Trustees nixed a March proposal from administrators to freeze tuition rates for the 2018-2019 academic year, all parties seem unified in moving forward with another 4 percent tuition increase for the 2019-2020 school year.

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CHEYENNE — Hundreds of wildlife law enforcement officers and their families filed toward a podium Monday on the eastern edge of Little America’s acreage.

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A power outage at 11:07 a.m. Monday in Laramie affected 9,841 people, according to Rocky Mountain Power spokeswoman Tiffany Erickson.

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Ahead of schedule and under budget was the main message during a ceremony to open the new Snowy Range Road Bridge that now connects the west and east sides of Laramie.

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At least one councilor expressed concerns recently about transparency when it comes to how the Laramie City Council will spend revenue from an upcoming ballot measure on the sixth-penny sales tax.

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It was at many times hard to distinguish between candidates during a Laramie City Council Ward 1 forum hosted by the League of Women Voters of Laramie on Thursday where they discussed topics such as infrastructure, revenue, a LGBTQ non-discrimination ordinance and the University of Wyoming.

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In the wake of controversy over the University of Wyoming’s new marketing slogan, the school’s administration became a topic of discussion during Thursday’s gubernatorial debate, hosted Wyoming PBS and Wyoming Public Media.

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Albany County commissioners plan to issue a request for proposals in hopes of finding a contractor who can begin prevention management planning for the county. The funding is provided under new block grants from the Wyoming Department of Health to fund programs aimed at preventing suicide an…

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While Wyoming’s Legislative Service Office has advised that state dollars are the best means to fund a complete overhaul of the University of Wyoming’s dormitories, the method of providing those funds isn’t glaringly obvious.

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Albany County commissioners adopted a new step and grade plan for their employees’ salaries as part of the budgeting process for the 2019 fiscal year. Implementing that new plan could take multiple years, however. In recent years, department heads and elected officials have had much larger d…

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Laramie’s only legislative district with a primary race is over as a Democratic challenger in House District 14 withdrew her name from consideration Tuesday.

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Christopher Mauk, 35, an Albany County resident, was severely injured in an accident involving fireworks on Independence Day and rushed to a hospital in Colorado.

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Ravens circled over Greenhill Cemetery on Friday, and a brisk wind whipped between the tombstones as dozens gathered to witness Laramie’s long dead rise to tell their tales.

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During a regular session, the Laramie City Council discussed an application for a grant and gave direction to city staff, but the application will likely be incomplete.

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A planned marketing campaign for the University of Wyoming is taking heat from some inside the university who have called it sexist, racist and counterproductive to the goal of recruiting more out-of-state students.

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A man residing at an Albany County residence was charged with felonious strangulation of a household member and battery, a misdemeanor, after he allegedly attacked a woman and her 12-year-old daughter.

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When Albany County residents arrive Saturday in Centennial for the annual Elevation Celebration, they’ll be greeted with true country music as they wander between between artists’ booths.

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Following a battle for funding during the State Legislature’s 2018 budget session, the University of Wyoming’s Science Initiative Building will begin construction in spring 2019, aiming for completion by early 2021.

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Washington Park in Laramie was packed with both visitors and vendors as the local community came out to celebrate Freedom Has a Birthday.