Despite recommendation from University of Wyoming administrators to not raise tuition for the 2018-2019 academic year, the Board of Trustees voted Thursday to increase tuition by 4 percent.
A man pleaded guilty to aggravated homicide by vehicle in Albany County District Court on Wednesday stemming from a vehicle pursuit the Laramie Police Department, Albany County Sheriff’s Office and Wyoming Highway Patrol were involved with.
To help determine the future of elections in Albany County, the County Clerk’s Office is meeting with residents to get input about how potential changes to how elected officials are chosen to make the process more cost efficient and convenient.
A woman known for her generous giving to the University of Wyoming and hailed as a leader among donors died March 1 at her home in Arizona at the age of 90. Marian H. Rochelle, whose name adorns the iconic Gateway Center on the far southeast corner of campus, leaves behind testaments to the …
The University of Wyoming’s Education Initiative aims to elevate UW’s College of Education to a status of “national preeminence” at a time when fewer and fewer young people show interest in becoming teachers.
A man charged with multiple felony and misdemeanor charges was bound over to District Court after the defendant waved his Circuit Court preliminary hearing Tuesday.
In 1995, 26-year-old Cheryl Strayed set out from the Mojave Desert on a 1,100-mile journey that would take her along the Pacific Crest Trail to the Bridge of the Gods between Oregon and Washington.
Constructed in 1960, Laramie Regional Airport’s terminal was designed for a different time.
The city’s portion of funding for the Community Partner Program is slated to be determined today during the Laramie City Council’s regular meeting.
A woman pleaded guilty to a felony theft charge Feb. 23 in District Court, stemming from a Laramie Police Department investigation regarding unaccounted funds at a local business who suspected an employee was embezzling from them.
Six Laramie High School students faced off against about 700 other high school students Thursday and Friday at the University of Wyoming College of Business during the Wyoming Future Business Leaders of America State Leadership Conference.
Organizations and people are rallying to support people who lost their homes in a fire at Wade’s Mobile Manor on March 5 by donating money, clothing and household items lost in the blaze that destroyed nine structures and damaged at least one other structure.
During a recent noon-hour class at Blossom Yoga, 152 N. Second St., instructor Miguel Chen led students through a series of movements connected to their breathing patterns.
The Albany County Commission received public input March 6 on turning a portion of Dry Park Road into a county road, which could provide Albany County residents with additional access to Lake Owen and the Medicine Bow National Forest and improve emergency response in the area.
In days long past, wildfire created a mosaic forestscape across the Snowy Range: a patchwork of young and old, coniferous and deciduous trees and nutrient-rich soil, encouraging a diverse range of plant life.
The state will likely give the University of Wyoming $85 million of a previously appropriated $100 million for a planned science facility, while directing UW to raise the additional $15 million from other sources.
Laramie’s wettest-ever Ides of March came with some 6-9 inches of snow Thursday, burying the city in slush and leaving about a quarter of its residents without power for several hours late Thursday night and again midday Friday.
A Laramie man pleaded not guilty to multiple charges in District Court on Thursday stemming from an incident Albany County Sheriff’s Office deputies and Laramie Police Department officer responded to in December.
The University of Wyoming administration is recommending no increases to student tuition for the 2018-2019 academic year, despite a Board of Trustees policy calling for a 4 percent increase every year.
Albany County firefighters are receiving an increase in fire-related calls as the weather becomes warmer and snow melts throughout the county.
The Albany County Commission could use the sixth penny specific purpose tax to fund improvements to county facilities, which do not currently have other funding sources.
Gap years between high school and higher education allow future college students to serve in the military, take part in religious or humanitarian missions or simply work for a while and save up for tuition.
Albany County School District No. 1 recently posted results of a school quality survey conducted in October to see what students, teachers and parents think about the schools.
The Laramie Chamber Business Alliance is slated to begin searching for a new CEO soon after JJ Harris tendered his resignation last week, LCBA Board Vice Chair Nancy Stutzman said.
Efforts to keep WyoTech open in Laramie continue to gain momentum as a private party enters the stage with a proposal to purchase the institution and continue courses with a for-profit model.
The Albany County Commission approved a grant application for about $70,500 on Tuesday to provide funding to the Albany County Sheriff’s Office for equipment needed for keeping track of juvenile offenders.
As students get ready for school, workers with the Albany County School District No. 1 food services are busy making hundreds of lunches to be distributed around Laramie.
Private parties considering purchasing and operating WyoTech could do so with the support of the Albany County Commission, which passed a resolution Monday saying it could not afford to assist Laramie County Community College’s proposed partnership with the school.
Nonprofit organizations and quasi-governmental agencies pitched proposals for using funds from the Community Partner Program on Wednesday, during a joint meeting between the Albany County Commission and Laramie City Council.
The most prominent public art at the University of Wyoming can be seen from nearly anywhere on the spacious quad in the heart of campus known as Prexy’s Pasture.
A man charged with felony voyeurism was bound over to Albany County District Court on Wednesday stemming from a Laramie Police Department investigation of photos of a woman taken without her permission.
Two men and a woman pleaded not guilty to all charges related to a November traffic stop where Wyoming Highway Patrol officers allegedly seized about 47 pounds of marijuana from a vehicle traveling east on Interstate 80.
College campuses offer exposure to new ideas and unfamiliar cultures and the University of Wyoming — despite its location in a largely homogenous state — is no exception.
As the fifth penny, sixth penny and lodging tax head for the ballot box, deciding how to pitch the taxes to the voters requires coordination between all three of Albany County’s governing bodies.