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The University of Wyoming will move to the next stage of its COVID-19 testing program, stepping up efforts to limit the spread of the virus and maintain in-person student experiences as outlined in UW’s phased fall semester plan.

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For the first time since the Mullen Fire started Sept. 17 in the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest, more than half of the perimeter is contained.

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A visit to Laramie Regional Airport now can make you feel a little like Rip Van Winkle. Forced inactivity during this pandemic has meant that we have not been paying much attention to airline travel.

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Laramie Middle School physical education is more than rope climbs and dodge ball these days, as a fleet of 26 mountain bikes is now part of the curriculum.

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It’s not much to look at right now. Gazing across the prairie the grass is brown, requiring some imagination on how the five new spreader dikes spanning the drainage bottom enhance the vegetation growth in the spring. That growth is a boon for livestock grazing, but also benefits wildlife, e…

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The number of active coronavirus cases in Wyoming exceeded 2,100 Friday as counties around the state reported 248 new laboratory-confirmed cases, the highest number of new cases reported in a single day since the pandemic began.

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Game and Fish collecting CWD samples from target areas

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The Albany County District Board of Education killed a motion Wednesday evening to move Laramie High School and Laramie Middle School to Tier I learning, even as trustees expressed frustration with Tier II and hoped to find a way to phase in more in-person learning.

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The League of Women Voters of Wyoming has been leading candidate forums for political races in Albany County during the last several weeks. Forums take place virtually and are not open to the public. At a later date, they’re posted on the league’s YouTube page, youtube.com/user/WYLWV.

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Wednesday brought both good news and bad for those fighting the Mullen Fire in the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest west of Laramie.

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The League of Women Voters of Wyoming has been leading candidate forums for political races in Albany County during the last several weeks. Forums take place virtually and are not open to the public. At a later date, they’re posted on the league’s YouTube page, youtube.com/user/WYLWV.

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CHEYENNE — With only a few weeks remaining until Election Day, the candidates vying to be Wyoming’s sole delegate in the U.S. House of Representatives discussed their visions for a country hampered by the COVID-19 pandemic during a debate Thursday night in Torrington.

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Dan “Danno” Brain, with his dog, Dox, watching nearby, hefted the sledgehammer over his head and let it drop, careening into the rock below. The rock crumbled upon impact. Nearby, Keith Riddle looked out of place with his weed-whacker. Rather than grooming the edge of a lawn, he went after w…

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CASPER — A firefighter injured while battling the Mullen Fire in southeastern Wyoming on Wednesday is out of the hospital and recovering, according to Russ Bacon, the forest supervisor of the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest.

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CHEYENNE – With just a few weeks remaining until Election Day, the pair of candidates vying to become Wyoming’s next U.S. senator discussed their approaches to the federal COVID-19 response, health care reform and several other issues during a debate Thursday night in Torrington.

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Albany County Detention CenterTHURSDAY• Darius Wilson, 30, Colorado, was arrested on suspicion of property destruction.

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United Way of Albany County’s annual campaign is underway, and the Laramie community is invited to contribute to the effort while checking out some home-grown talent.

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The League of Women Voters of Wyoming has been leading candidate forums for political races in Albany County over the last several weeks. Forums take place virtually and are not open to the public. At a later date, they’re posted on the league’s YouTube page, youtube.com/user/WYLWV.

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T.K. Stoudt bought his Fox Park home in April. Though most of the structures that comprise the forested hamlet in the Medicine Bow mountains are summer cabins, Stoudt, who teaches at the University of Wyoming, lives there full time.