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Residents of Laramie may soon see new trees being planted around town if Rooted in Laramie receives its grant funding. The group, which is applying for nonprofit status, is working to provide low-cost, accessible trees to the community and even offer free tree care and maintenance for the fi…

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The snow crunches as my skis break the crusty surface. I pause and look up at the high, thin clouds making the sky about the same color as the ground. It’s only about 10 degrees but it seems warmer due to the lack of that four letter word: w-i-n-d. There is hardly a puff. I check the wind tu…

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Seasonal road closures now in effect on Pole Mountain

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Laramie law enforcement did not document any incidents of bias crime in 2018, which was a decrease from the two incidents from the previous year.

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Michele Mitchum, a member of Albany County School District No. 1’s school board, resigned Wednesday, hours before the board’s monthly meeting.

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Stories are like belly buttons — everyone has one — and a new storytelling event offers women the chance to share theirs with the community, inspired by a changing theme.

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A request to bring softball to Laramie High School failed Wednesday after a 4-4 vote by the school board of Albany County School District No. 1.

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By this time each year, the mountain ranges that feed Albany County have typically taken on about two-thirds of the snowpack they’ll get.

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Results from University of Wyoming’s Parking and Transportation Study show the parking issue that seems to have plagued the campus for decades is not centered around lack of spaces, but rather the imbalance in demand for them. The preliminary recommendation is not building a parking garage b…

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Reportedly angry after he spilled vodka on his computer, a 19-year-old Laramie man is alleged to have launched into harrowing assault of his girlfriend Sunday, leaving the woman battered and afraid for her life.

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Officers from the Laramie Police Department will be riding around Jubilee Days in style this year after receiving a donation of five new bikes and a couple of bike racks from the Laramie chapter of the Sunrise Rotary Club.

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With almost two years under her belt, the new owner of the Old Man Grill, Stephanie Sandler, is looking to make some adjustments, including potentially updating the menu and looking to expand. Despite any goals for growth, Sandler said she also wants to keep the Old Man Grill close to its sm…

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CASPER — Wyoming’s congressional delegation was fiercely critical of the most ambitious strategy to address climate change in many years, introduced last week by a handful of newcomers in Washington D.C.

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CHEYENNE – State Sen. Lynn Hutchings has come under fire for comments she allegedly made to a group of local high school students comparing protections for LGBTQ people to protections for pedophiles and those who practice bestiality.

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Albany County commissioners are scheduled to vote March 5 on approving a regulatory framework on how they will procure art for the county’s property.

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As 40 young writers prepared for their first book readings, their parents, siblings and other family filled the seats in the Albany County Public Library’s meeting room Friday.

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Members of the city’s ad hoc alcohol committee voted Monday to recommend Laramie City Council adopt stricter rules regarding a number of alcohol-related issues.

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As of Friday, both the House and Senate have signed off on House 221, which gives approval for the University of Wyoming to outsource the management of its Family Medicine Residency Clinics in Cheyenne and Casper.

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The sexual assault and sexual battery charges pending against former University of Wyoming football player Carl Granderson involve two victims, according to the affidavit of probable cause filed in his case.

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Board members of Laramie Girls Softball asked Laramie High School this week to commit to offering softball as a high school sport.

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Almost three years after closing its thrift store and shuttering its food bank, Salvation Army has maintained a presence in Laramie thanks to a core of volunteers and numerous seasonal bell-ringers.

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An upcoming musical theater production at the University of Wyoming is set to feature students from the university on stage alongside students from Laramie High School, the first time for such a collaboration.