A Laramie man has been charged with strangulation of a household member and numerous misdemeanors for an incident Sunday in which he allegedly attacked his ex-girlfriend and then led police on a chase through town.
Wyoming's Regional Emergency Response Team for Albany and Carbon counties will be able to sustain its current operations after recently receiving a $106,263 grant from the Wyoming Office of Homeland Security.
The Albany County Planning and Zoning Commission declined to further study whether the boundary of the Casper Aquifer Protection Overlay Zone should be altered.
When he was in his early 30s, local chiropractor Jeremy Jones first tried his hand at rock-crawling, which entails driving highly-modified vehicles slowly up and across obstacles like boulders and mountain foothills.
Each year, after Laramie students take the WY-Topp — the state standardized tests — the Wyoming Department of Education evaluates the scores and the school itself is graded.
If state lawmakers don’t figure out a different way for cities and towns to generate revenue, Laramie will be unable to maintain and expand city services in line with its population and business growth, city officials said Tuesday.
Black Friday is one of the most notorious shopping days of the year, but many local businesses are more focused on the following day: Small Business Saturday.
Rock River School has a Veteran’s Day celebration every year, but this year’s ceremony was extra special for the students, faculty and staff.
Albany County Commissioners approved revisions to the county’s landscaping rules last week, providing an exception to the requirement that developers of new subdivisions must place trees and shrubs on the boundary of the subdivision to buffer the residential development from other land uses.
A crowd of about 50 veterans, family members and members of the Laramie community honored military veterans during a ceremony Monday morning at American Legion Post 14.
After the ceasefire on the Korean Peninsula in 1953, the United States maintained a strong presence in South Korea to keep the peace and rebuild. Eighty-nine-year-old William “Bill” Laycock — University of Wyoming graduate, Laramie resident and military veteran — was part of that effort, and…
Laramie Montessori Charter School physical education teacher Eli Lilley is an Army Guard warrant officer deployed overseas for his second year, but his students remember him well and still look forward to his yearly visits for field day.
Monday is Veterans Day, a national holiday that honors military veterans, and a number of events are scheduled in Laramie to commemorate locals who have served.
A 21-year-old Laramie man was convicted of second-degree sexual abuse of a minor this week after taking an Alford plea, a legal term meaning the defendant retains his assertion of innocence while pleading guilty because he acknowledges a jury is likely to convict him.
Events below take place at the Albany County Public Library, 310 S. Eighth St., unless otherwise noted. Visit the ACPL’s new website for full event descriptions: acplwy.org/events/library-events.
On June 13, 1899, two young men hopped off a freight train in Monida, Montana, then the western gateway of Yellowstone National Park. They were poor, but hardly drifters. Elias Nelson and Leslie Goodding were students from the University of Wyoming, accompanying a large load of freight shipp…
Twenty-two-year-old Skile Ames pleaded guilty to third-degree sexual assault this week for a September incident in Laramie when he and the victim were both University of Wyoming students.
Another of Laramie’s longstanding institutions has reached its 150th anniversary, and a sesquicentennial celebration is set for this weekend, this time at United Presbyterian Church, which traces its history to 1869.
Celebrating the “year of Wyoming women,” the University of Wyoming, together with Wyoming Public Media and the Wyoming Humanities Council, hosted a symposium Thursday and Friday diving into Women’s Suffrage on the Northern Plains.
Laramie attorney Kelly Neville has officially started her term as president of the Wyoming State Bar, having officially served a full month of her term as of this week.
Colorado man charged with felony possession of controlled substancesA Laramie Police Department officer on routine patrol saw a vehicle exceeding the speed limit at about 8:25 p.m. Tuesday in the 1500 block of South Third Street.
Albany County families can explore different health and wellness options within the community tonight at the free Health and Wellness Fair hosted by Albany County School District No. 1 and Sodexo.
With the approval of the Albany County Commission, the county’s planning staff plans to discuss, with the city of Laramie and the Wyoming Department of Transportation, options for installing monitoring wells underground along Interstate 80 in Telephone Canyon east of town.
The activity of the day often moves us briskly from one decision to the next. We may make decisions without much notice of their impact until we have moved onto the next thing. Slowly, we may become aware of tension or unease. It may be at this point we realize we have stepped outside of our…
Laramie High School students will be available for one-one-one smartphone tutoring during Senior High Tech, which takes place from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Thursday at the Eppson Center for Seniors.
Tonya Hightower, 48, was sentenced Tuesday to 10-20 years in prison for aggravated vehicular homicide, with credit for the nine months she has already spent incarcerated.
After a lengthy process trying to develop on a property on Bobolink Lane, the project could now be going a different direction.
Board members on the Albany County Planning Commission voted against moving forward with proposed revisions to the county’s Casper Aquifer Protection Plan that were brought to the board at a special meeting Monday.
Editor’s note: The conference was produced in part by Adams Publishing Group Signature Events for the Wyoming Business Report. APG-SE is owned by Adams Publishing Group, which also owns the Laramie Boomerang among other regional newspapers.
The Laramie City Council has taken the first steps toward implementing additional changes to city ordinance recommended by the Ad Hoc Alcohol Committee that convened this spring.