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Should More Logging Be Allowed in Southeast Wyoming? – Survey of the Day

Southeast Wyoming has already seen its share of wildfires, or at least their smoke, over the past month. Dry conditions and gusty winds already make the fire danger higher than many other regions, but throw in the fuel of beetle killed trees and it certainly seems as though southeast Wyoming is ripe for fires to sweep across the land.

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Plane dropping slurry on the High Park Fire (Daryle Dickens, Flickr)
Plane dropping slurry on the High Park Fire (Daryle Dickens, Flickr)
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Wyoming National Guard to Help Fight High Park Fire

A Wyoming National Guard UW-60 Black Hawk helicopter and a team of four Wyoming National Guard troops will work to fight the High Park Fire in northern Colorado. They are being sent by Governor Matt Mead, who the Governor’s Office says received a request for their use from the State of Colorado.

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Category: Wyoming News
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Governor Mead to Speak at Laramie Jubilee Days on Wyoming Statehood Day

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead will be making an appearance at Wyoming’s Hometown Celebration this year at Laramie Jubilee Days Wyoming Statehood Celebration. The event will take place at the Wyoming Territorial Prison on July 10th which is Wyoming Statehood Day.

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Paul Hope as Crumpet, UW Photo
Paul Hope as Crumpet, UW Photo
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Snowy Range Summer Theatre Opens Season With ‘The Santaland Diaries’

The University of Wyoming’s Snowy Range Summer Theatre decided to kick off summer by tickling your funny bone. “The Santaland Diaries” is based on the true chronicles of humorist David Sedaris’ experience as Crumpet the Elf in Macy’s Santaland display and is playing nightly at 7:30 p.m. through Saturday, June 9, in the UW Fine Arts Studio Theatre.

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Tax Credits, Flickr
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Where Should the City of Laramie Spend More Money? – Survey of the Day

The Laramie City Council will be going over the proposed budget for the 2013-14 fiscal year during their regular meeting tonight. Budgets are never easy to balance and with the University of Wyoming looking at potential budget cuts along with the rest of the State of Wyoming, the councilors will certainly have their work cut out for them.

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Category: Survey of The Day
An artist conception of the Venus approaching the Sun (NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Conceptual Image Lab).
An artist conception of the Venus approaching the Sun (NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Conceptual Image Lab).
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Watch the Transit of Venus in Laramie

 

Don’t put away those solar observing glasses just yet, another rare astronomical event will be visible in Laramie. The planet Venus will cross the face of the sun on Tuesday night, something that won’t occur again for 105 years. To make sure you can safely see it all happen, the Laramie Astronomical Society and Space Observers (LASSO) will host a solar observation party from 4PM to sunset.

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Fort Collins Man Fails in Attempt to Rob Laramie Bank

Jacob Scott Anderson was arrested after allegedly confronting a Wells Fargo Bank employee with a gun in the parking lot in Laramie on Tuesday morning according to the Laramie Police Department. The LPD says they arrested the would-be bank robber thanks to the quick action taken by the bank employee and witnesses who called dispatch to relay Anderson’s description and location.

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