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Butch Cassidy Festival This Weekend in Laramie

The annual Butch Cassidy Celebration will be held June 8th at the one jail where the infamous outlaw did time, the Wyoming Territorial Prison State Historic Site in Laramie.

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Six students from colleges and universities across the nation are on campus for the next 10 weeks to study astronomy through an NSF-REU grant. From left are Daniel Dale, professor and chair of UW’s Department of Physics and Astronomy; Katie Lester, Erica Keller, Emily Rolen, Jamie Burk, James Chapman and Eric Topel.
Six students from colleges and universities across the nation are on campus for the next 10 weeks to study astronomy through an NSF-REU grant. From left are Daniel Dale, professor and chair of UW’s Department of Physics and Astronomy; Katie Lester, Erica Keller, Emily Rolen, Jamie Burk, James Chapman and Eric Topel.
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UW Hosts Astronomy Experience for Students from Across the Nation

Six undergraduate students from across the country will come together to study astronomy at the University of Wyoming.

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Luke Martinez Named in Civil Suit

A man has filed a civil lawsuit against former University of Wyoming basketball player Luke Martinez over a fight outside a bar last year.

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UW Names New Registrar

Dave Micus, a longtime university registrar's office professional has been named the University of Wyoming's next registrar.

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Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
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Farmers Markets Make Impact In Wyoming

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Business Council says those little farmers markets in the state have a big impact on the economy.

Data compiled by the council's Agribusiness Division says the markets contributed more than $2

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Fishing on the North Platte
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June 1st Is Free Fishing Day In Wyoming

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Both Wyoming residents and nonresidents may fish for free in the state on June 1.

The Wyoming Legislature authorized Free Fishing Day in 2003. Free Fishing Day applies to all waters in Wyoming except those in Yellowstone National Park and on the Wind River Indian Reservation

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Wyoming Jobless Rate Falls To 4.8 Percent

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming's unemployment rate fell slightly in April to 4.8 percent.

The jobless rate was 4.9 percent in March.

The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services says the state's unemployment rate remained significantly lower than the national rate of 7

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Courtesy of Anthony Sara
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Wyoming’s Investment Returns Tilting Toward Assisting Budget

Gov. Matt Mead's office says the latest Wyoming revenue figures continue to support his position that the state probably won't have to cut agency budgets in the coming year.

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Local Students selected for Summer High School Institute at UW

The University of Wyoming will have 85 sophomore students from throughout the state of Wyoming in their 29th annual Summer High School Institute from June 9th to June 29th.

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Jessica Mullen, flickr.com
Jessica Mullen, flickr.com
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Where is Wyoming’s Lottery?

If you're hoping to buy a lottery ticket in the state of Wyoming, you've got to some time on your hands before you can.

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