I was born in Lafayette, Louisiana and spent most of my time through high school in the state of Texas. Following that I made a big jump and moved to Laramie, Wyoming where I attended the University of Wyoming and received a degree in Marketing. I love the outdoors and often go camping, hiking, climbing and skiing. When I'm not outside I can be found tinkering around and experimenting with electronics. I'm also a huge movie buff with a huge collection that could rival a rental store (Do those still exist?). There are lots of great movies out there but none can beat Tommy Boy in my book; comedy rocks! At Townsquare Media Corporate, I work with the Live Events and Digital departments running the websites and Social Media for concerts and festivals in cities across the US.
Pools Opening Soon in Laramie for the 2012 Season
The weather outside has still been a little chilly in Laramie over the last few weeks, but it is indeed getting warmer and warmer as Summer approaches. As kids are getting out of school, chances are that they are itching to hit the community pools around Laramie; fortunately they are opening soon according to Laramie's Parks & Recreation department.
Ask The City – What Can I Do About People Not Obeying the Leash Laws?
Your Question: What can be done about the people that do not obey the leash law in Laramie? I walk my dog on a leash in the housing area from 9th to 15th south of Russell/Spring Creek and I get confronted by a loose dog every single time...
City of Laramie Begins Spraying for Mosquitos
The City of Laramie's Department of Parks & Recreation will begin applying the first aerial applications of Bacillus thuringensis israelensis (Bti) on the morning of Thursday, May 24th. The city says that this application of biological larvacide is targeted to control nuisance mosquito larvae in irrigated areas and floodwater southwest and northwest of Laramie.
Are You Confident in Using the Clark Street Bridge? [PHOTOS] – Survey of the Day
Recently we had a concerned citizen write in to our "Ask the City" segment inquiring about repairs to the Clark Street Bridge. While the decaying bridge and its planned replacement have been talked about very actively in our news lately, we haven't actually ever taken a good look at the condition of the bridge...
Ask The City – When Will the Clark Street Bridge be Repaired?
Your Question: I just drove over the Clark Street bridge and noticed how severely deteriorated it has become. When is the city going to make the badly needed repairs? I hope it's before somebody gets hurt!
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Over 500 People Attend Aces for Allison Benefit Dinner
Last night over 500 Laramie residents teamed up to help support Allison Lepper in the Laramie High School Cafeteria. A spaghetti dinner was served to help benefit the Laramie teen who is currently fighting a battle against Lymphoma.
Ask The City – How are City Permit Parking Zones Determined?
Your Question: Why is there city permit parking east of the Civic Center but not west of it where all the events at the Civic Center occur?
The Beartrap Summer Festival Heads to Casper Mountain – Quick Trips
Townsquare Media of Casper announces double the fun and excitement with two headline acts for the 18th annual Beartrap Summer Festival! “We’re very excited to have the Marshall Tucker Band with us on Saturday, August 4th, and Steve Earle on Sunday, August 5th ,” said festival coordinator Jana Price.
Laramie Sees Solar Eclipse (5/21/12) [Photos]
As we mentioned early last week, there was a solar eclipse set to take place last night (May 20th). If you missed it and didn't get a good look, here are some pictures of what the eclipse looked like from Laramie. What you are seeing is a phenomena created when the Earth, the Moon and the Sun perfectly align, which usually happens a few times each year.