Albany County News

Logging Around Lake Owen Begins, Will Temporarily Affect Recreation In The Area

A multi-year timber harvest operation in the Lake Owen area has begun this week. The Lake Owen Timber Sale is part of a cooperative effort between Cheyenne Board of Public Utilities, the State of Wyoming, and the U.S. Forest Service. The project is being implemented through the Good Neighbor Authority, with the Wyoming State Forestry Division serving as the contracting agency and project administrator.... Continue Reading
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UW to Conduct Parking and Transit Study

An in-depth analysis of parking and transportation topics at the University of Wyoming will take place during the coming academic year, following action by the UW Board of Trustees. The board voted today (Wednesday) to authorize negotiation of a contract with Walker Consultants, a national consulting firm, to conduct the study and update UW’s current 2008 master transit and parking plan for the next decade.... Continue Reading
Laramie News

9th Street Closed

Beginning August 6th, the following roadway sections will be closed as part of the University of Wyoming demolition project: 9th Street from Bradley Street to Lewis Street Bradley Street from 9th Street to 10th Street Lewis Street from 9th Street to 10th Street 10th Street from Lewis Street to Bradley Street These roadways are scheduled to be closed until August 13th.... Continue Reading
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Laramie County District Court Throws Out Case Against Taylor Haynes Candidacy.

After weeks of speculation by the media concerning his eligibility to run for Governor, Republican candidate Dr. Taylor Haynes, announced that the court has ruled in his favor and he will continue his campaign. This came after Secretary of State Ed Buchanan, former campaign manager for Harriet Hageman, and Attorney General Peter Michael asked the court to issue an injunction to suspend Haynes’ campaign and issued a press release on July 24th stating that Dr.... Continue Reading