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Laramie Man Arrested on Strangulation, Felonious Restraint Charges
A Laramie man was arrested and charged with strangulation of a household member, felonious restraint as well as other misdemeanor charges on Friday, March 9.
UW Receives Grant for Nontraditional Student Scholarships
Nontraditional students at the University of Wyoming will have more options for financial assistance after the university secured a grant to provide them with need-based scholarships.
Queen’s Players Theatre Comedy ‘Bad Jews,’ Tackles Family Heritage, Religious Identity
The Queen’s Players choose plays that echo many of the relevant topics facing society today. Their upcoming comedy show does just that.
UW Board of Trustees to Consider Proposal to Delay Tuition Changes
The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees is set to vote on whether to approve a proposal that would delay changes to in-state and out-of-state tuition to allow for further study of its impact on the university during their regular meeting next week.
UW Bangladesh Students Association Hosting Bangladesh Night
The University of Wyoming Bangladesh Students Association is inviting the Laramie community to learn about Bangladesh culture at their annual “Bangladesh Night” this Saturday, March 10.
Laramie Fire Department Determines Apartment Fire is False Alarm
The Laramie Fire Department determined that a call regarding a fire in the 200 block of Grand Avenue Thursday was a false alarm.
Laramie Ranked Among the Top 100 Places to Live
Laramie residents have long known that their town is, for the most part, an idyllic spot. But Laramie is getting some national recognition and has been named one of the top 100 places to live in Livability.com’s 2018 Top 100 Places to Live list.
LHS Student Wins Second Place in National C-SPAN Competition
A Laramie High School student is the second prize winner in a national C-SPAN competition.
Albany County to Hold Public Meeting on Updating Voting Equipment, Process
Albany County is exploring avenues to address the county’s aging voting equipment and processes and will be holding a county wide public meeting to discuss the issue on March 21.
Lending a Helping Hand: A Community Rallies around Fire Victims
United Way of Albany County, the Red Cross, Interfaith Good Samaritan, The Salvation Army and others met Tuesday to discuss and coordinate efforts to get the seven families who lost their homes back on their feet.