Easton Corbin is playing at the University of Wyoming on Saturday and much like everyone in Laramie, he’s pumped for it! I got to talk to Easton about the upcoming concert, his second album and what he likes to do in Wyoming.
Ivinson Memorial Hospital has broken ground on a $36.5 million construction project. The two-year expansion will upgrade patient rooms, renovate operating rooms, build a new dialysis center and add a 30-room patient tower to the Laramie hospital.
About 220 acres of pasture were burned by a grass fire 17 miles west of Laramie off of WYO 130. Laramie Fire Department Company Commander Billy Shutte tells media that lightning started the fire and rain helped contain it.
One man is dead following the crash of a charter plane on Friday afternoon at Laramie Regional Airport according to airport manager Jack Skinner. No details have been released about the man, although Skinner did confirm that he was not from Laramie.
Lucky timing and a quick response seem to have kept a scary situation from turning into a destructive one on Friday afternoon. It was just another day at the shop for Vi Motes, owner of Aphrodite’s Emporium and Junction Tobacco in downtown Laramie, until a customer saw smoke.
The University of Wyoming will be hosting the All-American Rejects on October 24th. The alternative rock band will play in the Arts & Sciences Auditorium with Boys Like Girls and Parachute opening the show. Eric Garcia with UW Concerts & Convocations said he expects the show to sell out within a week of tickets going on sale.
Just over eleven years ago, eight University of Wyoming cross country student athletes were killed in a collision with a drunk driver. The annual “Always A Cowboy” 8k run and 5k walk will honor their memory on Saturday, September 22 in Laramie.
A vehicle fire on the Laramie Range summit between Laramie and Cheyenne closed the eastbound lanes of Interstate 80 for about an hour on Friday afternoon. A pickup truck with a long camper trailer was lost in the fire according to Wyoming Department of Transportation spokesperson Ross Doman.
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