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UW Extending Mask Policy
Masks will continue to be required inside most University of Wyoming buildings where 6-foot social distancing isn’t possible, following action by the UW Board of Trustees.
The board voted on Wednesday, October 13, to extend the mask policy, as Albany County remains in the Wyoming Depa…
Two More Felony Arrests In Laramie
Two felony arrests have occurred in Laramie last week.
On September 17, around 11:27 am, Laramie Police Officers were dispatched to a report of a domestic disturbance in Westview.
After an investigation, Justin LaFever, an 18-year-old Laramie resident, was arrested and charged with Strangulation …
Guernsey Reservoir Water Levels To Be Lowered
The United States Bureau of Reclamation operations is going to lower Guernsey below the usable boat ramp levels before Labor Day weekend in order to replace the Guernsey Powerplant intake gate.
Once reduced to a river level, the reservoir will not be refilled until March 2022
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Fatal Crash Outside of Elk Mountain
A fatal crash occurred on August 5 around milepost 257 on Interstate 80 east of Elk Mountain, Wyoming.
At 10:13 pm, Wyoming Highway Patrol troopers were notified of a one-vehicle rollover. A 2015 Freightliner tractor-trailer was headed west on I-80 when the vehicle exited the left side of the roadway…
ELR Brings Teachers and Military Together
The inaugural Wyoming Educator Leadership Rendezvous (ELR) was held this week at Camp Guernsey.
The ELR is a three-day summer retreat that brings Wyoming teachers, counselors, and principals from across the state to learn about the military, leadership, and culture-building strategies in order to&nbs…
City of Laramie To Bring E-Scooters For Easy Travel
The City of Laramie will be partnering with the Los Angeles, California-based company, Bird, to bring e-scooters to the city on a trial basis in upcoming days.
Bird is a naturally socially distanced way to get around. These scooters will be available through a mobile phone application and riders pay …

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