Laramie Live – The Radio Show

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Laramie Live airs weekdays at 8:05 AM on KOWB 1290 AM in Laramie, Wyoming. You can listen to the show through the KOWB online stream or even on your smart phone. Laramie Live discusses local news, entertainment, events and the issues that are important to you. We encourage you to comment and discuss local issues on this site and occasionally we will also have time for listeners to call in Live on air. During call in times you can join the show by calling (307) 745-4888. If you would like us to report on or investigate something on the show, please let us know by sending us feedback.

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Listen to Our Previous Shows

Previous shows will be posted here for you to listen to at any time in case you miss an installment.

Thursday, August 2nd - All about a quick trip to Saratoga for the Wyoming Microbrew Competition with a chili cook-off and bullfest also going on August 18th.

Wednesday, August 1st - Recap of the special meeting of the Laramie City Council for the third and final reading up the sign code.

Tuesday, July 31st - We'll tell you about everything the Family Night at the Fair will have to enjoy for free!

Monday, July 30th - About the upcoming Friends of NRA Banquet and where the money for the fundraiser will be used in the community.

Friday, July 27th - Works of Wyoming is opening a new retail center in downtown Laramie. We've got info on where and when to catch the open house.

Thursday, July 26th - IMH has a new partnership with UCHealth. Board Chair Shelley Towler has information on the new union.

Wednesday, July 25th - We'll get everyone set for the 42nd Annual Huck Finn Fishing Derby at LaPrele Park.

Tuesday, July 24th - With the number of stolen bikes in Laramie on the rise, Commander Mitch Cushman will give suggestions on how to make sure you bike is safe.

Monday, July 23rd - Information on upcoming renovation projects at the University of Wyoming from Chad Baldwin.

Friday, July 20th - All about the 10th Annual IMH Foundation Griller's Cup this Saturday.

Thursday, July 19th - Getting caught up on things you may have missed during Jubilee Days such as the name change at a movie theater and the passing of the budget for the Albany County School District.

Wednesday, July 18th - City Council recap including a major grant for Laramie Regional Airport and an update on water and wastewater rates.

Tuesday, July 17th - The 10-day Snowy Range Summer Dance Festival is going on and Krina Turner has all of the information on the student showcase and the gala performance.

Monday, July 16th - A look at the upcoming agenda for the regular meeting of the Albany County Commissioners with Tim Chesnut.

Friday, July 13th - Live from the Pancake Breakfast in downtown Laramie, Joe Yovich will share about all of the downtown activities through the weekend for Laramie Jubilee Days.

Thursday, July 12th - As Wyoming's Hometown Celebration continues, we'll learn about some of the history of Laramie Jubilee Days from Mary Mountain of the Laramie Plains Museum.

Wednesday, July 11th - We'll speak to the head man himself, Guy Warpness, the General Chairman of the Laramie Jubilee Days Board of Directors and find out just what goes into planning Jubilee Days.

Tuesday, July 10th - It's Wyoming Statehood Day! Jesse Spann has all of the details on the new 'Wyoming Statehood Celebration' at the Wyoming Territorial Prison as part of Laramie Jubilee Days.

Monday, July 9th - UW's Snowy Range Summer Theatre wraps up with their production of 'Romance/Romance.' Two of the actors will join us on the show.

Friday, July 6th - Myron Hales, the rodeo chair for Laramie Jubilee Days, previews the upcoming weekend action of the Mr. T Calcutta, Kids Horse Show and Ranch Rodeo.

Thursday, July 5th - Laramie City Council recap including changes to the sign code and a possible rise in your water and wastewater bills.

Wednesday, July 4th - Special edition of Laramie Live from Washington Park as Freedom Has A Birthday gears up.

Tuesday, July 3 - Albany County Commissioners Tim Sullivan and Tim Chesnut update us about the fires burning in Albany County and the restrictions in place for the 4th of July.

Monday, July 2 - Laramie City Manager Janine Jordan will go over the city budget and what changes could be coming to your utility bills.

Friday, June 29 - Debbie Disney and Gary Rusk tell us why there are so many motorcycles cruising around Laramie.

Thursday, June 28 - Kelso Kelly has information on a horseshoe tournament you won't want to miss during Laramie Jubilee Days.

Wednesday, June 27 - What Habitat for Humanity has been doing in the Laramie community.

Tuesday, June 26 - A look ahead to the 4th of July in Laramie and some exciting events with Laramie Jubilee Days.

Monday, June 25 - A country music legend will come to life in the Snowy Range Summer Theatre's production of "Always...Patsy Cline" and we'll have all the details on the favorite songs featured.

Friday, June 22 - Aaron Voos with the U.S. Forest Service will fill us in on fire dangers in Albany County and the region.

Thursday, June 21 - All about the Albany County Relay for Life which is coming up this weekend.

Wednesday, June 20 - Where to welcome summer in Laramie and city council recap.

Tuesday, June 19 - Free events at Cheyenne Frontier Days you don't want to miss.

Monday, June 18 - Robin Despain fills us in on the Friends of Community Recreation and their fundraiser at McAlister's.

Friday, June 15 - We talk with Nancy Taft of the Centennial Valley Volunteer Fire Department about their upcoming open house.

Thursday, June 14 - Bliss Ragsdale tells us about 'An Adult Evening with Shel Silverstein.'

Wednesday, June 13 - When Tommy Jack's will be reopening as Roxie's on Grand and more about the new chief of the University of Wyoming Police Department.

Tuesday, June 12 - A new farmer's market is starting in Laramie this Thursday, we'll visit with Kira Cheshire about the Laramie Local Community Farmer's Market.

Monday, June 11 - All about the Dead Dog Classic and how you can help with this big annual event.

Friday, June 8 - The Butch Cassidy Day Festival is this Saturday. Deborah Amend will let us know what's new this year as well as when to catch all of your favorite parts of this fun day!

Thursday, June 7 - Organizer Shaunna Owens fills us in on the first ever Laramie Ladies Expo.

Wednesday, June 6 - Guest actor Paul Hope will be on the show to talk about the role of Crumpet, which he is currently performing in the Snowy Range Summer Theatre's production of 'The Santaland Diaries.'

Tuesday, June 5 - Visiting artist, Gerri Sayler, will tell us about the piece she just installed at the University of Wyoming Art Museum.

Monday, June 4 - More antique lights are being installed in downtown Laramie. Trey Sherwood from the Laramie Main Street Alliance will talk about the when, where and how much it costs.

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