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Unfortunately this is collateral damage from social media. Phrases such as those are thrown around, often anonymously, without any thought on meaning or sincerity. Before social media, only close friends or family would know of hardship or loss. The response would be "I'm so sorry. You kn…

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All forms of sexual violence are a violation of Title IX. Title IX isn't just "non-discrimination based on gender". Failure to fully comply with Title IX can result in loss of Federal funding for UW.


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Good thinking Boomerang: post a picture of a former athlete convicted of sexual assault wearing a UW jersey. That's great marketing right there.


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UW to the city: "We don't answer to you."


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Yep, another consulting company. I'm still waiting to see what the report will be on the aquifer. More wasted money for useless information. People moving to Laramie are likely commuting from Colorado, as no one can afford to live in Colorado. Laramie will never have any growth because th…

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Campers can save the firefighters a lot of money? How? Not all fires are started by people. Taxpayers are going to pay for the fires one way or the other, regardless of the ignition source (downed power lines, lightning, etc.). The wet spring means more fuel. It is going to dry out and th…

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Trihydro submitted an "CASPER AQUIFER PROTECTION STUDY" on April 20, 2011 (Project #: 161-002-001). What became of that? Not much. Everyone knows you have to protect your water supplies, be they lakes, streams, aquifers, or whatever- it's in the Clean Water Act. This is just more wasted m…

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OK, so they sample. Sample for what? And if results show contamination, then what? No one will take responsibility. Just political hand waiving- "This is outrageous and must stop."


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The NFL will either wash their hands of this and quietly go away, or they will pour a ton of $$$ into it and make it go away.

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So 40-50 people moved to Laramie. Boy, talk about spin. Fort Collins growth is 2%; Kansas City is 1.5%. In short, there are no opportunities in Wyoming. Until the powers-that-be realize that, Wyoming will continue to dry up. And decreased population means additional decrease in revenue. Shame.