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The search for the University of Wyoming’s next president continued this week with a small, informal “coffee session” held Tuesday morning at the UW Rendezvous restaurant to gather comments and feedback.

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The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees voted this week to have the university’s administration proceed with several aspects of the work involved with constructing at least $300 million worth of dormitories in the coming years.

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The Laramie City Council voted unanimously in approval Tuesday to install faster broadband services in three city buildings, a move that helps both residents and emergency responders.

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Former U.S. Sen. Alan Simpson, R-Wyoming, joined two of his congressional allies on the University of Wyoming’s campus Tuesday for a wide-ranging discussion in which all three men decried the decline of centrism in Washington in favor of the “rigidity of party politics.”

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In the Wyoming Department of Education’s latest accountability scores for Albany County School District No. 1, four of the district’s 15 schools were ranked for the 2018-2019 school year as “exceeding expectations” — the highest score assigned by the state agency.

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A fire in northern Albany County had burned at least 750 acres of private property by Monday, Albany County Emergency Management Coordinator Aimee Binning said.

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Hundreds of people crammed into the Engineering Education and Research Building for a ceremonial ribbon-cutting on the $105 million facility, a building aimed to bring the University of Wyoming’s engineering program up to Tier 1 status, a somewhat loose term used by outside observers like th…

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The Albany County officials are likely to continue a temporary moratorium on development atop the Casper Aquifer’s protection zone until Jan. 3 as they continue to work on more strict development regulations.

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A firefighter for the city of Laramie was awarded $280,357 in damages this week after he sued the city for firing him almost seven years ago.

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Tom Burman, athletic director for the University of Wyoming, delivered history’s first apology from the university to the Black 14 on Friday evening. Those 14 black football players, many of whom were on campus this week, were kicked off UW’s football team 50 years ago for asking their head …

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The Wyoming Supreme Court has overturned the first-degree sexual assault conviction of Travis Bogard, who was sentenced to 5-10 years imprisonment in 2018 after a trial in Albany County’s district court the previous year.

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As the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees begins its search for a new president, Gov. Mark Gordon sent a letter Thursday offering his advice, concerns and expectations for the search, urging transparency in the process.

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The University of Wyoming will host a ceremonial ribbon-cutting Friday for the Engineering Education and Research Building at 11:30 a.m., with a tour of the building to follow.

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The search committee tasked with finding 12 candidates for the University of Wyoming’s presidency hosted its first of three “listening sessions” at the Wyoming Union on Monday afternoon.

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Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Black 14, the University of Wyoming is hosting nine of the 14 players for a series of events on campus this week, including “The Black 14 & the First Amendment, 1969-2019, Panel Discussion” at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Arts & Sciences Auditorium…

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City of Laramie officials urged the University of Wyoming to limit — or avoid entirely — any closures of 15th Street during the construction of new dormitories along the west side of the street.

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Laramie residents with ideas, suggestions or concerns about health care services and systems within the community will have the chance to be heard as part of Ivinson Memorial Hospitals community health needs assessment through the next year.

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While still significantly higher than the state average, Laramie High School’s average ACT score dropped to 20.9 with this past year’s 11th grade class, according to recently released data from the Wyoming Department of Education.

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Steve Hays drives his 1948 DC-4 Case tractor through a dirt road in the Little Laramie Valley Saturday as part of the Centennial Antique Tractor and Engine Club’s fall tractor drive. Hays bought the tractor in 1976 to work his irrigated farm near Wellington, Colorado. He bought it for $100, …

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A fourth batch of mosquitoes in Albany County has tested positive for West Nile Virus, the city of Laramie announced in a Friday press release.

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A 22-year-old Laramie man was sentenced to enter into intensive drug treatment program this week after a jury convicted him in May of strangling his girlfriend during a fight on the Snowy Range Road Bridge.