Brian M. Nelson, 44, of Sacramento, California, has been charged with operating a commercial motor vehicle over the maximum drive time of 11 hours, for careless driving, driving while under the influence of a controlled substance and misdemeanor possession of suspected methamphetamine, with other charges pending.
The new center, which is similar to an armory, will be located on Highway 130 and Montgolfier Way. The center will also house operational and training facilities for multiple Wyoming Army National Guard units stationed in Laramie.
The suit was filed by Sean and Dolores Hart after the south wall of the building, located at 404. S. Second Street, collapsed. The suit accused three Wyoming businesses, Reiman Corp., Gertsch-Baker Engineering & Design, Incorporated and Inberg Surveying Company, Inc., of negligence.
The University of Wyoming College of Education and the College of Arts and Sciences will undergo a significant consolidation in a move designed to reduce administrative costs and become more efficient.
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