Albany County News

Public Asked for Comment on Proposed Invasive Plant Species Management

The Medicine Bow-Routt National Forests and Thunder Basin National Grassland (MBRTB) is proposing to treat non-native and invasive plants using a variety of methods in the future. Possible alternatives for those actions have been crafted into an Invasive Plant Management Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), which is now available for public review and comment.... Continue Reading

University Store Reopens

After being closed for remodeling during spring break, the University Store in the Wyoming Union has reopened to walk-in business. The store’s standard operating hours (Mondays through Fridays, 7:30 a.m-5 p.m.) are anticipated during the remainder of the project. To continue to accommodate departmental business during the remodeling, the IDR counter and office supply products have been relocated to the northwest corner of the store.... Continue Reading
Laramie News

UWPD Encourages Bike Safety and Courtesy

With warmer spring weather on the way, the University of Wyoming Police Department is asking bicyclists, pedestrians and motorists to follow standards of courtesy and safety. Specifically, bicyclists are reminded to walk their bikes in designated dismount zones at high-pedestrian areas throughout the campus, including the crossings through Prexy’s Pasture.... Continue Reading

Flushing Flow to Aid Bighorn River Trout

By: Kevin M Klerks The Wyoming Game and Fish Department cautions sportsmen and recreationists to be aware of sizable increases in water flows in the Bighorn River March 25-27 as part of a flushing flow project. The Bureau of Reclamation will begin releasing additional water from Boysen Reservoir causing flows in the river below Boysen Dam to fluctuate from 475 cubic feet per second to 5000 cfs. ... Continue Reading

Pokes Close 2013-14 Campaign with Loss at Texas A&M

The University of Wyoming men’s basketball team closed the 2013-14 campaign with a 59-43 loss to Texas A&M in Reed Arena during Wednesday’s first round of the College Basketball Invitational. The Cowboys (18-15, 9-9 MW) suffered a season-low output on the offensive end, as the Aggies (18-15, 8-10 SEC) got off to a hot start and never looked back.... Continue Reading