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To protect imperiled bighorn sheep, Grand Teton National Park will try to gun down invading mountain goats from the air — despite a Wyoming Game... [Read More]
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Revised education standards are coming to Wyoming's 48 school districts, and they're one step closer after the State Board of Education discussed via videoconference Friday... [Read More]
How to submit to Local BriefsLocal Briefs publish once in Sunday newspapers. If you have a Local Brief you'd like to submit, send it to... [Read More]
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For the first time in more than 80 years, Wyoming Supreme Court justices sat in the Historic Supreme Court Chamber in the state Capitol, hearing... [Read More]
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Hank Edwards, who supervises the Wyoming Game and Fish Department's Wildlife Health Laboratory, was recently honored by the Wyoming Chapter of the Wildlife Society as... [Read More]
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If you follow the Wyoming Legislature, you've probably seen bills introduced that opponents derisively call "solutions in search of problems." [Read More]
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Snow is piling up in the high country. In fact, the snowpack in the Snowy Range is currently at 129 percent of average. Don Day,... [Read More]
Pole Mountain Shuffle returns to Tie CityThe Pole Mountain Shuffle, the Medicine Bow Nordic Association's annual race for members and the public, is scheduled for... [Read More]
In the last five years, the Laramie Fire Department has seen an average of 10 fires each holiday season, stretching from around Thanksgiving to just... [Read More]
Key legislators from the Wyoming House and Senate were divided this week on whether to fund a set of proposed construction projects in Laramie. [Read More]
A regulation banning firearms on the University of Wyoming's campus, which has become the subject of a high-profile lawsuit, isn't as restrictive as it might... [Read More]
Acts of war, perfidious sneak attacks, like Pearl Harbor or 9-11, followed by the justified revenge and total victory of a great nation. Now that... [Read More]
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I spend a good portion of my job advocating and conducting field work for the endangered black-footed ferret, along with the protection prairie dogs, which... [Read More]
Rosary Service will be held for David Michael Farris at 3:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 17, 2020 at St. Laurence O'Toole Catholic Church with a burial... [Read More]
Novelists Andrew Grant and Tasha Alexander, who moved to the Laramie area several years ago, have both continued their respective fiction series with new releases... [Read More]
In a 4-1 vote, Laramie's Planning Commission voted to allow the operation of Coal Creek's new roasting and wholesale location on Second Street. [Read More]
Albany County circuit court Judge Robert Castor sent the legal case regarding the legality of the University of Wyoming's gun ban back to his downstairs... [Read More]
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