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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.
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.
WHP: No Serious Injuries in I-80 Multi-Vehicle Crash Near Rawlins
No people were seriously injured after a multi-car crash on Interstate 80 near Rawlins Thursday morning, the Wyoming Highway Patrol says.
ASUW Passes Bill to Update Registered Student Organization Funding, Suspension Policy
The Associated Students of the University of Wyoming passed a bill during their meeting Tuesday night that updates the policies that dictated the suspension of Turning Point USA’s UW chapter, along with a number of other RSO’s.
Laramie Police Department Searching for Runaway Teen [UPDATE]
The LPD says Kiersten Bands was last seen wearing a grey hoodie, spandex pants and black sneakers.
UW Researcher Part of Project that Wins NFL Innovation Competition
Their winning design in the category of “Advancement in Protective Equipment,” involves a new way of manufacturing material built from liquid-crystal elastomers that lend themselves well to being used as helmet padding.
LCCC Announces Potential Plan to Take Over WyoTech Operations
In a prospectus plan that will be presented to the Laramie City Council during their meeting Tuesday night, The Cheyenne college outlined a plan to keep WyoTech’s automotive programs running in Albany County.
DACA Symposium Planned for Laramie on Feb. 24
A number of Laramie community members are organizing a symposium to educate the public about the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, on Feb. 24.