Thursday, families, friends and well-wishers filled the Laramie Regional Airport hangar for the anticipated arrival of the 133rd company of the Wyoming National Guard. Gov. Matt Mead, along with other members of the legislature traveled from Cheyenne to welcome the soldiers
With the recent death of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman (who passed away from a suspected heroin overdose on February 2, 2014), heroin has become a national topic of discussion. Leaving law enforcement officers in towns everywhere, even Laramie, keeping an ever-present eye open for the danger
The UW Board of Trustees announced yesterday afternoon that Dr. Richard McGinity will be the 25th president of the University of Wyoming. McGinity was serving as interim president due to the abrubt resignation of former president Steinberg in Nov
In 1997, Chief Washakie was designated as the second Wyoming individual to be memorialized with a statue in Washington D.C. A committee was organized to raise funds and create the sculpture of the Chief
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