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After just two years of owning the Chrysler dealership on Pierce Street, Josh Griffin’s JAG Auto has sold Snowy Range Dodge amid a lawsuit from Nissan, which alleges the dealership owed the manufacturer $6.8 million.

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The Albany County School District No. 1 school board voted 5-2 Wednesday to contract out with Premier Bone & Joint Centers for athletic trainers to work with the schools’ youth sports.

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Laramie’s youngest anglers will have the chance to test their skills this weekend as the annual Huck Finn Fishing Derby returns for another year.

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Arusha, a city in northeastern Tanzania, is home to nearly a half million residents. Majestic Mount Meru, a dormant volcano, rises to 14,968 feet, making a stunning backdrop to the city. Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest point in Africa, is just 50 miles away.

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The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees voted Thursday to, beginning in the fall of 2020, offer significantly more need-based aid to Wyoming students while making a commensurate cut to merit-based aid for out-of-state students.

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Summer evenings in Laramie are best spent outside, and the Cowboy Summer Movie Series offers a free way for families to do just that.

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After a third vote taken at three consecutive regular meetings of the Albany County School District No. 1’s school board, Snowy Range Academy was successful Wednesday in securing funding from a district-controlled account to expand its classrooms this summer.

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The University of Wyoming’s board of trustees first meeting with Neil Theobald as the school’s acting president began Wednesday with the new president leading a discussion on ways UW could improve its graduation rate and become more accessible to Wyomingites.

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State legislators and members of the University of Wyoming’s Board of Trustees came to a general consensus Monday that the university should construct a parking garage on the north side of Grand Avenue, between 10th and 11th streets.

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Safeway filed a lawsuit in federal court Wednesday against WY Plaza, which owns the grocery store’s building in Laramie, for refusing to repay Safeway $1.1 million that had been handed over in rent payments since 2006.

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Prosecutors and defense attorneys have agreed to argue that a 19-year-old Laramie man should be sentenced only to probation after the defendant pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges stemming from a DUI case in March.

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Four seconds was about how long it took for Laramie Police Department officer Mike Morrow and citizens Wallace “Wally” Okobia and Nicholas Scott Duvall to bring a potentially dangerous man to the ground, holding him until back-up law enforcement could arrive at the Big D gas station on Snowy…

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A Laramie man was sentenced to 13-20 years of imprisonment this week for an attack on his then-girlfriend in 2017 for which he was originally charged with attempted first-degree murder.

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“He always talked about the Cooper mansion, so I’ve been hearing about that mansion since I was a little girl,” Ancestry and Albany County Ranch and West Side Historian Dicksie Knight May said. “My grandfather was just totally impressed with it, the beauty of it.”

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In the 60th anniversary of “Laramie,” an American Western television series, three of the actors from the show will visit Laramie.

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Former University of Wyoming football player Carl Granderson was sentenced to six months in jail Thursday after pleading no contest to two misdemeanors, sexual battery and unlawful contact.

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A man who stabbed a Laramie man last summer can expect to spend 12-15 years in prison, at least according to the terms of a plea agreement made Tuesday in Albany County District Court.

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Both breakfast and lunch prices in Albany County School District No. 1’s schools are set to rise by 10 cents for the upcoming school year.

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In June of last year, the Badger Creek fire already ravaged more than 20,000 acres in and around the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest, threatening homes in small towns like Mountain Home, Woods Landing and Fox Park near the Colorado border. The fire was finally declared 100% contained July…