On the heels of the Sept., 11 attacks came another case of terrorism: the anthrax scares. Tonight, PBS Frontline looks back at the case and interviews University of Wyoming Department of Veterinary Medicine Assistant Professor Jeffrey Adamovics, who previously worked with the prime suspect in the case, Bruce Ivins.
Five people were killed by anthrax spores delivered via the mail.
USA wrestling announced that theUniversity of Wyoming’s wrestling programis now certified as a regional training center. USA Wrestling previously established the Cowboy Wrestling Club as a charter wrestling club. The new certification will allow Olympic hopefuls of any age to train in Laramie and compete in international competitions.
Background checks may now be required for employees working for State Superintendent of Public Education Cindy Hill. Hill is seeking to conduct background checks for every employee in her department through the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation.
Albany County residents with issues or concerns about the federal government will have the opportunity to voice their concerns tomorrow in Laramie. The economy is unstable, the President is continuing to lose support and several other issues are leaving American citizens unsettled and looking to make their voices heard.
Applications are now available for the 3rd annual Wyoming Kids Xtreme Cave Exploration Adventure at Sinks Canyon State Park in Lander, Wyoming. The 3rd annual event will take place on August 13th. Through the program kids get a chance to do real cave exploring!
Chess enthusiasts from around the state will be attending the 2nd annual Wild West Chess Tournament tomorrow in Saratoga! Chess grandmaster Sergey Kudrin will also be in attendance. Kudrin became a chess grandmaster in 1984 and will play exhibition matches for anyone daring enough to go up against a grandmaster.
According to a new survey, Wyoming companies are seeing an average increase of 10% in health insurance costs. Employers are picking up the majority of the costs but employees are also paying for a large percentage of the increases.
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