Thumbs Up or Down for New Rockies Manager Walt Weiss? – Survey of the Day
Doug Pensinger, Getty Images Last week the Colorado Rockies announced that popular former player Walt Weiss would become the sixth manager in the history of the franchise. Colorado is coming off a 64-98 season and need someone to turn things around, especially when it comes to pitching. Do you think Weiss is the right man for the job?
‘One Warm Coat’ Offers Warmth During Laramie Winter
Stephen Cummings, Flickr Once again, Townsquare Media is asking you to donate any slightly worn coat or jacket to help keep the less fortunate warm for the winter with One Warm Coat. Sizes don’t matter, if you have an extra coat in your closet, there’s a child or adult in the community who would greatly appreciate it.
Cowgirls Show Off Depth in Exhibition Game Win
Kayla Woodward (Kari Eakins, Townsquare Media) Cowgirl basketball fans got their first glimpse of the 2012-13 women’s basketball team on Monday night as the Cowgirls beat Dakota Wesleyan University in an exhibition game, 78-53, in the Arena Auditorium...
Two UW Players Arrested for Larceny, Kicked Off Teams
Shakir Smith (courtesy UW) University of Wyoming student-athletes have been dismissed from their teams following arrests connected to a burglary. University of Wyoming head basketball coach Larry Shyatt and head wrestling coach Mark Branch announced today that men’s basketball player Shakir Smith and wrestler Patrick Martinez have been dismissed from their respective teams effective immediately. R
Coach Christensen Apologizes for Postgame Comments to Air Force Coach
Otto Kitsinger III, Getty Images The University of Wyoming released a statement from head football coach Dave Christensen on Sunday about comments he made after Wyoming’s loss to Air Force on Saturday. Coach Christensen shook hands with Air Force head coach Troy Calhoun, then appeared to yell at Calhoun.
Cowgirls Can’t Compete with High Octane CSU Offense
Kari Eakins, Townsquare Media The Border War was only a battle for the first set as the Colorado State volleyball team beat Wyoming 25-22, 25-13, 25-13 on Friday night in Fort Collins.
Cowgirls Cruise to Win Over CSU-Pueblo
Kari Eakins, Townsquare Media It took just over an hour for the University of Wyoming volleyball team to notch their second straight win at the UniWyo Sports Complex. The Cowgirls beat CSU-Pueblo 25-11, 25-14, 25-12.
Cowgirl Volleyball Loses Conference Home Opener to SDSU
Kari Eakins, Townsquare Media The University of Wyoming volleyball team came out on the losing side of a 5-set battle with San Diego State University on Thursday night in Laramie, 25-17, 18-25, 25-23, 20-25, 11-15.
Does Wyoming Deserve More AML Funding? – Survey of the Day
The amount of Abandoned Mine Land (AML) payments Wyoming receives will be capped at $15 million under a resolution that was approved by the U.S. Senate on Saturday. Wyoming has been receiving roughly $150 million annually, meaning the state would lose about $700 million in AML funding over the next ten years if President Obama signs the bill.
Snowy Range Music Festival Makes Laramie a Labor Day Destination
Any time you can offer 33 shows on 3 stages over the course of 3 days, it will get people’s attention, and that is something the Albany County Tourism Board greatly appreciates. The 2012 Snowy Range Music Festival is boasting a top notch lineup with something for everyone, which will likely bring a few thousand music lovers to the Gem City over Labor Day weekend.