Hello, my name is Eve! I am originally from a small town outside of Philadelphia, PA. I came to Wyoming to attend Wyoming Catholic College in Lander, WY. While in college, I loved being in the outdoors and was climbing, ice climbing, and mountain biking when not studying. After graduation, I decided to remain in the Cowboy State. When I am not writing the news, I enjoy hiking, camping, and curling up with a good book.
Herbicide Possible Cause of Death of Brown Trout in Spring Creek
After studying the dead fish which were found around Spring Creek in early May, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department believes herbicide may have caused their death.
Laramie PD Responds to Demonstrators Blocking Roadways
The first occurrence of this was on June 7, and the most recent was on June 24.
New Order to Reduce Interactions With Bears in Medicine Bow
Visitors to Medicine Bow-Routt National Forests must keep food in bear-resistant containers while in developed areas.
Two UW Law Students Selected to Work on Harvard Journal
The students will be on the editorial staff for the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy's 39th annual Federalist Society National Student Symposium Issue.
Gov. Gordon to Meet 101 Year Old WWII Veteran
Sidney Walton is one of America's oldest WWII veterans.
UW Releases Draft of Plan for Fall Semester
The university is accepting public comments on the plan before it is presented at the board meeting on June 10.
Laramie Residents Charged for Violating Quarantine Orders
UPDATE: Only three of the four residents are University of Wyoming students.
Snowy Range Highway to Open on Monday
WYDOT still warns motorists to be aware of late spring snow showers.
UW Gets Ready for In-Person Classes
UW officials are hoping to have a plan prepared by early June.
Wyoming Health Department Offers Further Information on Testing for COVID-19
The two primary types of test which are currently available are viral tests and antibody tests.