Intrinsically connected with summertime, Memorial Day and Independence Day are holidays away from work, to enjoy parades, fireworks and barbecues. Additionally, they are both holidays richly rooted in American culture, days to practice patriotic pride and wave the American flag.
The Centennial Valley Volunteer Fire Department held their annual open house fundraiser this weekend, and after adding up the checks, it seems to have been a success.
According to CVVFD Secretary Nancy Taft, more than $16,000 were raised Saturday, largely due to contributions for the 183 donated items up for silent auction bid. There were also 175 donated items available through raffle tickets, which helped raise money as well with more than 1800 tickets sold.
In recent years, perhaps nothing in the world of natural resources has been more controversial than the debate over hydraulic fracturing or “fracking.” The national debate has been especially significant in Wyoming, where contaminated groundwater near Pavillion was linked to chemicals used
It’s 5:30 p.m., you’re driving home, and you happen to get caught at that same intersection… again. Being somewhere between a town and a city, Laramie is fortunate at times to not have substantially bad traffic, but there are certainly times to avoid particular areas of Laramie roads.
Recently, Microsoft announced the plan to build a $112 million data center in Cheyenne. With this development, comes the prospect of many new jobs and a great amount of revenue that will benefit the state of Wyoming
Laramie residents and University of Wyoming students have the opportunity to hear a legal debate over alleged human rights violations during oil exploration in Nigeria at a UW College of Law forum this week
Last week, Wyoming Representative Cynthia Lummis voted in favor of a federal budget proposal calling for nearly $2 trillion dollars in tax increases. Being one of only 38 Congressmen in the 435-member U.S. House of Representatives to vote in favor of the budget, the group Americans for Tax Reform has challenged this vote by Lummis, questioning why she would support the budget proposal.
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