Wyoming Highway 130 — also known as Snowy Range Scenic Byway — is again open to Wyoming motorists looking to explore or cross the Snowy Range.
In the interest of keeping government accountable to the public, Wyoming state statutes require local governments to publish some information in a local newspaper — commonly referred to as legal notices.
The 2018 budget session of the Wyoming Legislature ended in March, but lawmakers, lobbyists and interested parties are already preparing for the 2019 general session.
On any given day, roughly 140 million connections are attempted between computers and devices on University of Wyoming campus and the outside world.
Most people didn’t grow up with stringent seat belt laws — but back then, many people thought smoking was cool, so past experiences might not always the best qualifiers for present decisions, Wyoming Highway Patrol Trooper Rick Colling said.
When the University of Wyoming slashed its budget by $42 million before the current fiscal year, no division was left untouched, but the most radical changes probably occurred in UW Information Technology division.
University of Wyoming leadership will begin hashing out tuition increases further in advance to make it easier for prospective students and their families to plan for college by offering a longer view of rising tuition costs, Trustee Macey Moore said during the May meeting of the Board of Trustees.
Following the state budget cuts absorbed by the University of Wyoming ahead of the current fiscal year — cuts that reduced UW’s budget by $42 million — the university began revising the way it responds to fiscal crises.
More than 600 athletes are set to converge in Laramie this weekend to test their speed, skills and fitness in the pool, on the track and on the court.
Keith Wardlaw spent decades improving Laramie’s parks and keeping pests out of Laramie’s backyards, but now he’s scheduled to spend a lot more time in his own backyard, the Laramie Parks and Recreation director said.
Members of the University of Wyoming’s Board of Trustees are appointed by the governor to serve staggered six-year terms, but those representing campus constituencies during trustee discussions generally serve only one year.
Laramie business owners told the Laramie City Council they were caught off guard Tuesday by a patio area fee schedule resolution, which cost the businesses thousands of dollars yearly.
The future is bright, according to advocates, industry professionals and state representatives planning to host a public discussion on solar energy in Wyoming.
As southeast Wyoming is battered with the winter’s final snowstorms and windchills throughout the month of April, two crews — one from Laramie, the other from Saratoga — set out on opposite ends of Wyoming Highway 130, planning to meet somewhere in the middle.
Editor’s note: It is the Boomerang’s policy not to run names of defendants in sex crimes until a conviction, or guilty or no contest pleas, unless the accused is a person of public interest, such as an elected official, or a person of public trust such as a teacher or a counselor.
There is nothing like the rush of having all the pieces of a performance come together on opening night. Laramie High School musical theater students are days away from that experience for themselves when their new show opens Friday evening.
Much like other towns established along the transcontinental railroad, the early days of Laramie’s history are marked by theft, murder and vigilantism. Out of this lawless settlement the residents took action into their own hands, creating a city government and eventually the law enforcement…
Representatives of the Pilot Hill Project requested $1 million from the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees during the board’s meeting Thursday, seeking support for the purchase of a large patch of wilderness east of Laramie.
As the Laramie City Council prepares to review the city’s biennium budget, Mayor Andi Summerville said a state funding methodology known as the Madden Formula could throw kinks into the process.
On its way to adding eight new academic programs by 2022, the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees approved a new process for evaluating potential certificate, bachelor’s and master’s degree programs.
If one were to list Sophia Kwende’s accomplishments during her three short years at the University of Wyoming, it would read like the description of a much older scholar.
The preliminary budget for Albany County School District No. 1 for the 2018-2019 fiscal year — starting July 1 — was revealed Wednesday at the school district’s board of education meeting.
To help make several necessary repairs and replace worn and outdated furniture and fixtures, the Albany County Public Library is requesting a portion of funding from the proposed specific-purpose tax, or sixth penny, to be allocated for changes to the library’s interior and exterior it could…
Oftentimes during the summer, getting from one place to another in Albany County requires taking detours, passing through narrower roads and driving more cautiously through construction zones, but it appears that might not be the case this summer. Agencies that typically maintain roadways in…
Encouraged by the relatively low cost of tuition and the myriad sources of financial support available, many University of Wyoming students take advantage of study-abroad programs, leaving Wyoming for a summer, semester or year in an unfamiliar location.
After an unusually dry April, the Laramie Valley could experience drought conditions if May showers don’t pick up the slack, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Hydrologist Jim Fahey said.
A Laramie man and two other people were killed Tuesday in a head-on traffic collision on Wyoming Highway 120 near Thermopolis. This incident was the 29th fatal collision on Wyoming highways this year so far.
The Laramie Youth Council is heading into the 2018-2019 academic year with new leadership and ambitious goals, Laramie Youth Council advisor Sarah Reese said.
Feeding Laramie Valley plans to grow its existing programs and expand its statewide reach thanks to a $400,000 Community Food Project Grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
A prescribed burn operation began Tuesday on Pole Mountain as part of an effort to preserve the forest. It is planned to continue Wednesday and Thursday, and could continue later in the month on Pole Mountain and operations could start at other locations in the Medicine Bow National Forest.
U.S. Post Office mail carriers will be collecting food donations Saturday as part of the nation’s largest single-day food drive — Stamp Out Hunger — a National Association of Letter Carriers representative said.
When the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees consolidated about 80 percent of all cash reserves held across campus into centralized accounts in June, it found itself at odds with faculty, staff and administrators alike.
The University of Wyoming sold less alcohol than it anticipated during the first football season in which beer and wine were available for purchase inside War Memorial Stadium.
After receiving a preliminary estimate of $200,000-$300,000 reduction in funding the state would provide for education, Albany County School District No. 1 has been crunching the numbers to see how it can provide for increasing needs with its decreasing budget.
The Laramie Police Department identified a body found April 25 north of Laramie along the Laramie River as Travis Bybee, 38. He was found by two men searching for antlers in the area.
A state GOP delegate pleaded not guilty to criminal trespassing in Circuit Court on Tuesday after allegedly refusing to leave the University of Wyoming campus while openly carrying a firearm.
As the green movement swept the nation, people searched their pantries for ways to reduce humanity’s carbon foot print, but VDR Foreign Auto Repair co-owner Bob Van De Rostyne looked to the garage.
Laramie Head Start preschoolers are preparing to show people in their lives what they have learned throughout the last few weeks. During a school dance at 5:30 p.m. Friday at the Lincoln Community Center, 365 W. Grand Ave., students will have an opportunity to show how their writing and othe…