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UW VP for Research and Economic Development Honored by Dept. of Energy
Edmund “Ed” Synakowski received the DOE’s Meritorious Service Award during a ceremony at UW on Wednesday, the university says. He was awarded for “strong and insightful leadership” as the agency’s associate director of science over the past eight years.
Albany County Clean Water Advocates Host Christmas Drop-In
The Albany County Clean Water Advocates will be hosting a Christmas drop-in at Coal Creek TAP this Friday, so Albany County Residents can get in the Christmas spirit and also raise funds for the Pilot Peak land purchase, which the Albany County Commissioners approved in September.
‘Wanted Wednesday’ [VIDEO]
The Albany County Sheriff’s office has released the latest ‘Wanted Wednesday’ photos featuring individuals wanted on warrants issued through Albany County courts.
Texas Country Music Artist Josh Ward to Play at The Cowboy Saloon Friday
Laramie residents in the mood for a little live country music are in luck, because the Cowboy Saloon and Dance Hall in Laramie will be hosting country music singer Josh Ward on Friday, Dec. 1.
Secretary of State Ed Murray Encourages Laramie to Prioritize Aviation Industry
Those attending the Laramie City Council's joint work session with the Albany County Commissioners got a run down of the history of aviation in Wyoming, as well as a look at the economic impact it has in the state.
Laramie Man Given Split Sentence in Burglary Case
A man charged with accessory before the fact to burglary was given a one year split sentence in Albany County District Court today.
UW Rodeo Coach George Howard Passes Away After Shooting Accident
The longtime UW Rodeo Coach George Howard, 59, has passed away after a shooting accident that occurred in Douglas over the weekend.
Planning Begins for Laramie, Albany County’s 150th Anniversary
The Albany County Commissioners and the Laramie City Council will begin discussing the City of Laramie’s and Albany County’s 150th anniversary celebration events during their work session Tuesday night.
UW American Heritage Center Director Resigns
The University of Wyoming will begin searching for a new director of the American Heritage Center after the current director unexpectedly resigned.
WYO 130 Over the Snowy Range Closes for the Season
The Wyoming Department of Transportation has closed Snowy Range Road, WYO 130, over the high country of the Snowy Range, for the season.