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Aspen Family Chiropractic Community Needs Project

Dr. Many and the staff of Aspen Family Chiropractic are looking to help our local community.  Homelessness and the lack of ability to provide food and personal items for some families in our community has become a large issue. Aspen Family Chiropractic will be gathering personal care items such as combs/brushes, lotion, shampoo and conditioner, deodorant, toothbrushes and toothpaste, blankets, cold weather clothing such as gloves, hats, and coats, and non-perishable food items.... Continue Reading
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Annual Shooting Restrictions Begin Monday On Pole Mountain

By: Charles Knowles (LARAMIE, Wyo.)  March 28, 2014 – The Laramie Ranger District would like to remind the public that annual shooting restrictions will take effect on Monday, March 31.  These restrictions, which are authorized by Forest Service special order, prohibit the discharge of firearms within the Pole Mountain unit of the Medicine Bow National Forest from March 31 through Sept.... Continue Reading
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Rockies and ROOT SPORTS Partner for “Batter Up 4 Kids”

The COLORADO ROCKIES are pleased to announce a partnership with ROOT SPORTS™ to benefit Children’s Hospital Colorado and Special Olympics Colorado with a new charitable campaign called “Batter Up 4 Kids.” Beginning today, all fans and even Rockies players can donate to the campaign by going online at www.Rockies.com/BatterUp to select one or more of their favorite Rockies player(s) for the first half, the second half or the entire Rockies season.... Continue Reading
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Smithsonian Anthropologist Owsley to Discuss Jamestown Cannibalism

Research indicating that Virginia’s Jamestown colonists resorted to cannibalism to survive the harsh winter of 1609 will be discussed by Smithsonian forensic anthropologist Douglas Owsley Friday, April 4, at 4 p.m. at the University of Wyoming College of Education auditorium. Owsley, who heads the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History’s Division of Anthropology, will discuss “A Skeleton’s Story from Jamestown’s Starving Time” during UW’s annual William Mulloy Lecture in Anthropology.... Continue Reading