Public Notice of Projects in the City

By: Frank Boston
From time to time, private businesses will have employees working within the city limits of Laramie on projects. Often those employees are affiliated with companies doing utility line locates, tree trimming, infrastructure analysis and other similar tasks. Many of the companies may be doing work through a contractual arrangement with the City of Laramie or another government entity.... Continue Reading

Cowgirl Basketball Battles Utah State on Saturday

Dee Glen Smith Spectrum
The Wyoming women’s basketball team travels to Logan, Utah to face the Utah State Aggies on Saturday with game time set for a 7 p.m. tip at the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum.  UW is currently 11-10 overall and 4-7 in league play after snapping a four game losing streak on Wednesday with an 84-56 victory over Air Force.... Continue Reading

Cowboys Look to Finish Against Aggies on Saturday

Cowboy BBall #1
The University of Wyoming men’s basketball team has played well enough to earn double-digit advantages in four of its last five games. Unfortunately, three of those leads have turned into losses for the Pokes. Now the Cowboys (11-13, 4-7 MW) will look to compile a complete effort against Utah State (11-10, 3-7 MW) on Saturday at 4 p.m.... Continue Reading

Wyoming Soccer Reveals 2016 Recruiting Class

Photo Courtesy of the University of Wyoming
The University of Wyoming women’s soccer program has revealed the addition of six student-athletes who will join Cuadrado and company for the 2016 season. Carlee Martin, Brooklyn Mooney, Avery Smith, Michaela Stark and Rachael Troxel are the incoming freshmen for the fall season.... Continue Reading

Visiting UW Writer to Give Public Reading February 12th

Photo Courtesy of the University of Wyoming.
Australia-based fiction author Nam Le will give a public reading from his book, titled “The Boat,” at the University of Wyoming Alumni House Friday, Feb. 12, at 7 p.m. A free public reception will follow his reading. Le is the UW Creative Writing Program’s eminent writer-in-residence for the 2015-16 school year.... Continue Reading

Cowgirl Basketball Dominates Air Force in 84-56 Victory

Photo Courtesy of the University of Wyoming.
Five Cowgirls finished the night in double-figures as the Wyoming women’s basketball team (11-10 overall, 4-7 MW) snapped a four-game losing streak with an 84-56 win over the Air Force Falcons (0-21 overall, 0-10 MW) on Wednesday night in Laramie. Freshman Marta Gomez paced the way for Wyoming with a game-high 19 points in 28 minutes of action.... Continue Reading

UW Indoor Track and Field Meet Canceled

Track and Field
University of Wyoming track and field head coach Bryan Berryhill announced Wednesday that this weekend’s Wyoming Invite has been cancelled and will not be hosted on Friday at the Hager-LeBar Indoor Track in War Memorial Fieldhouse. The Cowboys and Cowgirls will return to action on Feb.... Continue Reading

Snowmobiling in the Medicine Bow NF – Key Messages from USFS

Photo Credit: Officer Edison, USFS
By Officer Nadeau, U.S. Forest Service Law Enforcement Snowmobiling season is in full swing on the Medicine Bow National Forest. Your public lands offer some of the best snowmobiling opportunities around, with deep powder and miles of groomed trails. The Medicine Bow National Forest would like to remind you of the importance of proper preparation for your next snowmobiling excursion.... Continue Reading