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During a recent noon-hour class at Blossom Yoga, 152 N. Second St., instructor Miguel Chen led students through a series of movements connected to their... [Read More]
I was somewhat dismayed at your article on Russin's sculptor "The Family" as it is called. It has always looked to me as a circle,... [Read More]
When the first article about the UW Presidents Public Art Committee appeared in the Boomerang I had hopes that this would not be about the... [Read More]
The Albany County Commission received public input March 6 on turning a portion of Dry Park Road into a county road, which could provide Albany... [Read More]
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In days long past, wildfire created a mosaic forestscape across the Snowy Range: a patchwork of young and old, coniferous and deciduous trees and nutrient-rich... [Read More]
Esperanza Miller, 96, of Westminster, Colorado, and formerly of Laramie, died Wednesday, March 14, 2018, surrounded by her loving family in Westminster. [Read More]
Charles "Charlie" Wyatt Youmans, 72, died of complications of bladder cancer Feb. 22, 2018, at his home in Lingle. [Read More]
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It's tough to imagine a better potential outcome for people in Laramie, our state and elsewhere than Jim Mathis' vision for WyoTech. [Read More]
Wyoming's idea of arming teachers is one of the more ridiculous ideas. If a teacher has the guts to shoot (when experienced, trained officers many... [Read More]
Spring weather seems to be working its way into the Laramie area, and with the changing season comes a slate of outdoor races and events.... [Read More]
Francis R. "Mac" McDonald F.S.A. Scot, 93, of Laramie, died Thursday, March 8, 2018, at Life Care Center of Cheyenne. He was born Sept. 28,... [Read More]
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Michael W. Snow, 57, of Laramie, died Wednesday, March 14, 2018, in Laramie. [Read More]
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Vi Moats laughs as she crosses Fourth Street on Thursday afternoon in sandals and a sweatshirt. Temperatures hit 46 degrees at noon in Laramie before... [Read More]
When University of Wyoming students — and some community members who managed to buy tickets in the few hours before they sold out — saw... [Read More]
A Laramie man pleaded not guilty to multiple charges in District Court on Thursday stemming from an incident Albany County Sheriff's Office deputies and Laramie... [Read More]
A new bill further reducing municipalities' planning authorities outside city limits is slated to take effect Jan. 1. [Read More]
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