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Federal Fugitive Arrested in Laramie

A federal fugitive, wanted for interstate flight to avoid prosecution, was arrested Wednesday afternoon in Laramie.

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Oliver Walter, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences for 23 years.  (UW Photo)
Oliver Walter, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences for 23 years. (UW Photo)
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Retiring Dean Critical of UW Salaries

A retiring University of Wyoming dean says the college is in danger of sinking into mediocrity unless it continues to attract and retain the best faculty available.

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Attempted Abduction of 3 Year Old in Laramie

The Laramie Police Department has announced that it is investigation the attempted abduction of a 3-year-old child in Laramie, just before 1:00 Monday afternoon.

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Baby Adlai Lopez, facebook
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Fundraiser Launched for Young Laramie Native

Adlai Lopez is a new resident to the city of Laramie. He's a ten-month-old baby that is described as being a happy baby and very sweet. Unfortunately Baby Adlai has been plagued by illness over the course of his short life.

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Two Laramie Students Win NCWIT Computing Award

Two Laramie students have been named winners of the National Center for Women and Informational Technology (NCWIT) Award for Aspirations in Computing.

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Rock and Roll Hall of Famer to Play Laramie

Leon Russell, 2011 inductee to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, will be playing a concert at Laramie's Gryphon Theatre this August.

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Wyoming K-12 school enrollment exceeds 90K

Wyoming's K-12 public school enrollment has exceeded 90,000 for the first time since 1999.

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Cell Phone May Have Contributed to Deadly Crash in Albany County

A crash involving three semi-trailers on eastbound I-80 near Laramie has claimed the life of a North Carolina man and authorities say that a driver on a cell phone may have been a contributing factor.

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Prefete Duffaut’s “Ville Imaginaire,” gifted by Richard S. Plotka, is among works in a new exhibition of paintings at the University of Wyoming Art Museum.
Prefete Duffaut’s “Ville Imaginaire,” gifted by Richard S. Plotka, is among works in a new exhibition of paintings at the University of Wyoming Art Museum.
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New Exhibition of Haitian Art Opens at UW Art Museum

The University of Wyoming Art Museum continues to offer different varities of paintings to observe.

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Wyoming man hit and killed moving injured rabbit

The Wyoming Highway Patrol says a man was struck and killed by a car while apparently tending to an injured rabbit on a two-lane highway west of Laramie.

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