Laramie Family Wins Cowboy Draw Jackpot
The winning ticket was purchased by at Gateway Fuel and Liquors in Laramie.
UW Graduate Wins Nike Competition
Brett Drake, a graduate of UW’s College of Engineering and Applied Science, won the Nike Ease Challenge, a contest to see who could produce the most innovative sneaker designs for athletes of all abilities.
WyoTech Says Graduates Will Help Fill Skills Gap
Campus President Caleb Perriton, says the WyoTech graduates will be able to immediately enter the workforce and help fill a skills gap in the country.
Total Eclipse Stamp First-Day-of-Issue Ceremony [VIDEO][PHOTOS]
People from Wyoming and beyond flocked to the First-Day-of-Issue Ceremony for the Total Eclipse of the Sun Commemorative Forever Stamp.
U.S. Postal Service to Host National Debut of Solar Eclipse Stamp in Laramie
At room temperature, the ‘thermochromic’ Total Eclipse of the Sun Forever stamp depicts a solar eclipse, but becomes an image of the Moon from the heat of a finger. The image reverts back to the eclipse once it cools.
Laramie Man Accused of Murder Appears for Preliminary Hearing
Albany County Circuit Court Judge Robert Castor ruled that there was sufficient evidence to send Trevor Sanford, 30, who is charged with second-degree murder, to District Court to stand trial.
UW Announces Vice Provost for Enrollment Management Candidates
The new position, in the UW office of academic affairs, was created to head UW’s enrollment management team management team and to increase student recruitment, retention and graduation.
Univ. of Wyoming Trustees Vote to Approve Budget
The board voted yesterday on the FY 2018 budget, which is the first to be created under UW’s new fiscal management system. This included the significant unspent cash balances across various UW accounts, which the board decided to manage in a more centralized fashion.
Man Leads Albany County Sheriff’s Deputies on High Speed Chase
A Laramie man with a warrant out for his arrest led Albany County Sheriff’s deputies on a 62 mile car chase before being apprehended near Fort Collins, Colorado yesterday.
UW Assistant Professor Pleads Not Guilty to Child Pornography Charges
Jian Cai, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering at UW, is accused of possessing digital images depicting prepubescent minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct.