Sara joined Townsquare Media in November 2016. She graduated from Wheatland High School in 2011. In May 2016, she graduated from the University of Wyoming with degrees in Journalism and Global Studies. She has two dogs and enjoys hiking, traveling and reading.
Laramie City Council to Consider Land Donation for Parks,Trails and Habitat
The land is being donated by the Wyoming Central Land and Improvement Company to be used for parks, trails, habitat protection and open space.
Wyoming Man Sentenced for Sexual Assault
A Wyoming man charged with third degree sexual assault was sentenced to three years of supervised probation in Albany County District Court earlier this month.
Laramie Valley Under High Wind Warning
The warning is in effect until 5 p.m. this afternoon. The Laramie valley will experience sustained winds of 30 to 40 mph with 65 mph gusts being very likely.
Crashes, Other Incidents Cause I-80 Traffic Jam near Laramie
Traffic is backed up and moving slow on both the westbound and eastbound lanes of I-80 between milepost 326 by Vedauwoo and milepost 330 on the east side of the I-80 summitt.
I-80 Closed Between Laramie, Cheyenne Due to Winter Conditions
Both directions of Interstate 80 between Laramie and Cheyenne has been closed due to winter weather conditions, the Wyoming Department of Transportation says.
Laramie Police, Fire Department Respond to Exploded Power Pole
Laramie Police responded to the parking lot behind Wells Fargo today after a power pole exploded and caught fire.
Laramie Police Department Welcomes New Officer
One of the Laramie Police Department’s newest hires has completed her training and has been assigned to the patrol division beginning next week.
UW Researchers’ Discovery May Keep Rare Stonefly Off Endangered Species List
University of Wyoming researchers' recent discovery of the western glacier stonefly in Grand Teton National Park may keep it off the endangered species list.
Proposed UW Degree Would Focus on Natural Resources Recreation, Tourism
The University of Wyoming students may soon be able to obtain a degree in natural resources recreation and tourism.
UW Trustees Vote to Approve Program Fee Increases
The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees has approved a plan to institute cost-based fees for undergraduate academic programs during their meeting Thursday.