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‘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.
County Commissioners to Hold Special Meeting on LCCC’s WyoTech Proposal
The Albany County Commissioners will be hosting a public special meeting tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. in the commissioner’s chambers to discuss the prospectus put forth by Laramie County Community College to assume the WyoTech operations.
Albany County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue Team Rescues Lost Snowmobilers
The Albany County Sheriff’s Office says three Colorado residents who were lost in the Snowy Range Mountains were found and rescued, thanks to the efforts of a search and rescue team.
No Threat to Laramie High School Found
Principal Chuck Kern said there was no evidence of a threat and the school is safe.
University of Wyoming Announces Spring 2018 Enrollment Increases
The University of Wyoming is reporting that enrollment is up by one percent since this time last year.
Laramie Police Seek Information on Dog Bite
The victim said the bite happened in the 2200 block of Spring Creek in the area of the alley entrance on Friday, according to the LPD.
Laramie City Council Set to Vote on City Goals for 2018-2019 Year
Resolution 2018-20(A) outlines the city’s goals and objectives for the upcoming year, each goal being accompanied by a set of milestones to measure the City’s progress on those goals.
UW Public Art Committee to Host ‘Idea Swaps’ for Community, Faculty, Staff
During the event, hosted by the UW Department of Art and Art History, Piechocki and McGregor will present art strategies, project types and locations, programming and resources for art to “energize the campus and engage students."
Sweetwater County Man Pleads Not Guilty to Strangulation, Unlawful Entry
A man accused of strangulation of a household member and unlawful entry pleaded not guilty to the charges on Thursday in Albany County District Court.
UW Housing Plan, Science Initiative Gets Push-Back From Some Legislators
The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees is getting push-back from the Wyoming Legislature on two projects that have been front and center on the trustee’s agenda: the 10-year housing plan and the Science Initiative facility.