The 40th Anniversary of Special Olympics Wyoming will be celebrated in Laramie during the Summer Games on May 10, 11 & 12. Competition over the three days will include track & field, swimming & diving, basketball, gymnastics and power lifting.
While many people are associated with the Wyoming Territorial Prison and their most famous prisoner, Butch Cassidy, the museum has taken a big step to ensure the history of the prison after it housed criminals is not forgotten. The “Science on the Range” exhibit is now open.
The University of Wyoming Department of Anthropology is welcoming the curator of North American archaeology at the American Museum of Natural History to present the 16th annual Mulloy lecture. The public is invited to hear David Hurst Thomas will speak on “Alpine Archaeology in the American West: Indians in Unexpected Places” with a reception to follow.
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