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IMH Breaks Ground on $36.5 Million Expansion [PHOTOS]

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.

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Kari Eakins, Townsquare Media
Kari Eakins, Townsquare Media
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Lighting Ballast Smokes Up Laramie Smoke Shop

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.

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Christopher Polk, Getty Images
Christopher Polk, Getty Images
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All-American Rejects to Rock Laramie

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.

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Colby Kirkegaard hands the ball off to Shaun Wick (Kari Eakins, Townsquare Media)
Colby Kirkegaard hands the ball off to Shaun Wick (Kari Eakins, Townsquare Media)
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Wyoming Cowboys Start 0-3, Lose to Cal Poly 24-22

The University of Wyoming football team is off to an 0-3 start in 2012 after losing to Cal Poly 24-22 on Saturday in Laramie. It is UW’s first loss to a Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) team.

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Photo Courtesy WYDOT
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Vehicle Fire Closes I-80 Near Summit

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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