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Laramie Volunteers to Provide Christmas Tree Pickup Service
Residents who want to participate in the program should have their Christmas trees on the curb and ready for pickup by 9 a.m. on Jan. 6.
‘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.
UW’s CEDAR Brings Cybersecurity Education to University, State
The University of Wyoming Cybersecurity Education and Research center is bringing cybersecurity education to UW students and the Wyoming community.
UW Graduate Living in Denver Reported Missing
A recent University of Wyoming graduate living in Denver, CO is missing and the Denver Police are asking anyone with information to reach out to them.
Albany County Commissioners Approve Creation of Funds for Land Purchase
The fund will allow individuals in the community and throughout the state to donate toward the purchase of the Pilot Peak land parcel, for which the Commissioners signed the purchase agreement in September for $14 million.
UW Clinic Receives Grant for Mental Health and Addiction Treatment
The Albany County Community Health Clinic, a program in the UW College of Health Sciences, received the grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration for AIMS -or Access Increases in Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services – funding.
Laramie City Council to Hold Public Hearing on Snow Removal Policy Changes
The Laramie City Council will hold a public hearing on an original ordinance that will make changes to the Laramie Municipal Code regarding the regulations for removing snow, ice and debris from sidewalks.
Third Annual Firefighter Awards Ceremony Honors Hometown Heroes
The Laramie Fire Department took time to recognize the firefighters, EMT's and others who went above and beyond in their duties last year during the Laramie Fire Department's 2017 Awards Ceremony on Friday at City Hall.
UW Business Students Examine Business Ethics of Marijuana During Panel
The panel, sponsored by the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative at the College of Business, posed a hypothetical situation to students and asked them to consider the benefits and drawbacks of the marijuana industry from a business angle.
Albany County Democrats Adopt Resolution to Change Delegate Selection System
The Albany County Democratic Party has adopted a resolution that looks to change the way the way state delegates operate ahead of the 2020 presidential campaigns.