Laramie News

Vandalism in Undine Park – Causes Impact on the City’s Budget

Vandalism in Undine Park between October 13 and October 15 has caused approximately $1,200 in turf damage. An individual or individuals operated a motor vehicle on wet turf causing rutting, destroying turf and damaging irrigation systems. Vandalism of this type has to be repaired to continue to allow for use by our residents for recreational activities such as children’s soccer, baseball and the Thursday Local Market.... Continue Reading
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WyoLotto Eclipses $10M in Total State Transfer of Funds

On October 5, WyoLottoTM transferred $1,407,967 to the State Treasurer’s Office. The State Treasurer distributes the funds to cities, towns, and counties, where they decide how to best use it for local projects that benefit their communities. This is the second highest amount ever transferred to the state since the launch of the Wyoming Lottery in 2014, and the fourth consecutive transfer to the state of over $1 million, bringing the total transfer amount over $10 million since April 2016.... Continue Reading
Laramie News

New Dance Class Available

Series One: Begins October 10th When: Wednesday nights: October 10th, 17th, 24th, and November 7th Time: 7:30-9pm Where: Laramie Dance and Arts Center NEW LOCATION: 170 N 2nd St, Suite C            (North of Blossom Yoga) Tuition: All 4 classes: $40/single, $60/couples (50% Student Discount w/ ID) Instructors: Kevin Bretting and Abbie Patik Series 2-Begins November 28th When: Wednesday nights: November 28, December 5, 12, 19 Time: 7:30-9pm Where: Laramie Dance and Arts Center NEW LOCATION: 170 N 2nd St, Suite C           (North of Blossom Yoga) Tuition: All 4 classes: $40/single, $60/couples (50% Student Discount w/ ID) Instructors: Kevin Bretting and Abbie Patik Please send me a quick note at kbmoveforlife@gmail.com if you plan on attending to help us plan for participation.... Continue Reading
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Favorable Weather Conditions Moderate Ryan and Silver Creek Fires

The Ryan and Silver Creek Fires have been managed by a National Incident Management Organization (NIMO) since September 29, 2018. NIMOs are not time-limited and can provide long-term management of incidents, which provides consistency for local communities. The Ryan and Silver Creek Fires are currently the priority incidents in the Rocky Mountain Region and the NIMO team are sharing resources between the fires as appropriate.... Continue Reading
Albany County News

Ryan and Silver Creek Fires Experience Second Day of Active Fire Due to Red Flag Conditions

Ryan Fire Current Situation: Red flag weather conditions returned to the fire at approximately 3 p.m. on Sunday resulting in increased fire activity on both the north and south side of the fire. The fire moved north aggressively around Bear Mountain causing the Carbon County Sheriff’s office to evacuate several homes in the Skyline area of Wyoming.... Continue Reading