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Wyoming’s Division of Criminal Investigation released its report regarding Robbie Ramirez’s death to the Laramie Boomerang late Tuesday afternoon.

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Neil Theobald was named the University of Wyoming's acting president, as of July 1, by the Board of Trustees on Monday morning.

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Instead of moving forward with an ad hoc committee to review statewide policing issues, Albany County commissioners directed County Attorney Peggy Trent on Tuesday to ask Wyoming Attorney General Bridget Hill to “examine these issues on a statewide basis.”

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Eighteen years ago, Debbie Swierczek was raising two daughters and working full-time when she began taking classes at the University of Wyoming and Laramie County Community College.

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The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees voted to restore its program that provides a teaching degree in career-and-technical education, formerly known as vocational education.

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Motocross racing is set to return to Laramie this weekend as the Laramie Dirt Riders host a race sanctioned by Tri-State Dirt Riders and the High Plains Motocross Association.

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Have you ever dreamed of having one of your photographs published in a book? If so, now is your chance. Author and avid mountain biker, Jerimiah Rieman, is asking for help in securing more photographs for his upcoming book, “Wyoming Singletrack: A Mountain Bike Trail Guide.”

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As the University of Wyoming’s commencement ceremonies wrap up and many of the students leave for the summer, there are always a few items that end up unable to fit in the truck or U-Haul. Many students end up leaving unwanted furniture by the curb for the city to pick up, a real issue for c…

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During a discussion with the University of Wyoming’s Board of Trustees on Thursday, Gov. Mark Gordon said the university should tap its research capabilities, especially those at the School of Energy Resources, for carbon sequestration and become a leader in combating climate change.

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For the second time in two weeks, locals and visitors came to downtown Laramie to greet historical steam engines Big Boy No. 4014 and Living Legend No. 844 as they rolled into the city just after 2:52 p.m. Friday.

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After delaying its decision by a week, Albany County School District No. 1’s school board opted at a special meeting Wednesday to pass on 12 percent of health insurance increases to employees.

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One of the most significant policy changes the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees was scheduled to make this week was a major change in the university’s tuition policy and financial aid.

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Albany County School District No. 1’s school board has agreed to lease out the old Staples building on the east side of Laramie to a company looking to open a new fitness facility.

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The University of Wyoming is planning to create four new jobs as part of its No More Campaign, which aims to provide more resources to prevent and respond to sexual assault on campaign.

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The University of Wyoming’s initial plan for the location of new dormitories calls for a green space to replace the parking lot east of the Wyoming Union.

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It can be a challenge for men to talk about delicate topics, especially those concerning a majority of women. At Laramie’s own SAFE Project, a program called SAFE Men has been introduced to teach men about how to treat issues such as sexual and domestic violence.

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Albany County School District No. 1’s school board has declined, at least for now, to approve a $104,000 grant to Snowy Range Academy. The board, which wants a better justification from the charter school, also denied an interest-free loan of $160,000 — to be repaid over seven years — to Sno…

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A 21-mile trail through the Medicine Bow National Forest has a new benefactor in the form of a nonprofit organization with a specific purpose.

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Albany County commissioners approved a deal with Arcon Inc that sets the maximum guaranteed price at $1.64 million for a planned rebuild of the courthouse’s north entry.

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The University of Wyoming spring semester is winding down, and a full slate of live music is set for venues around town this weekend to celebrate.

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Within an hour of receiving his donation bag, one Laramie resident brought it brimming with food to the local post office to be donated to those in need.

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Grand Avenue was briefly blocked Thursday evening as law enforcement officers brought the Flame of Hope to the Opening Ceremonies of the Special Olympics of Wyoming's Summer Games in Laramie. The last leg of a 16-leg journey, the torch was carried by various city, county and regional law enf…

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Two of the University of Wyoming’s dormitories, which had been planned for demolition, are now likely to stay in existence on campus for the long-term.

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The Laramie City Council approved three agreements during its meeting Tuesday for infrastructure projects looking to accommodate future city growth. Much of the underground work being done will ensure the city won’t need to tear up the newly surfaced road to fix utilities underneath.

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The University of Montana announced Wednesday afternoon Tim Nichols, husband of outgoing University of Wyoming President Laurie Nichols, will become the dean of the University of Montana’s honors college in July.

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Several home, auto burglaries reported to Laramie Police Department

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When actor John Wayne stepped off a Union Pacific train onto a platform in Laramie 50 years ago, longtime Laramie resident Dan Nelson said the energy in the air was contagious.