Albany County News

Town-Gown Survey to Gauge Connections, Opportunities for Growth

The Laramie Town Gown Association (LTGA) is conducting a baseline survey of people in Laramie, including community members, students at the University of Wyoming, Laramie County Community College’s Albany County campus and WyoTech. The LTGA is a partnership among the City of Laramie, Albany County, UW, LCCC-Albany County Campus, WyoTech and the Prevention Management Organization of Wyoming (Albany County).... Continue Reading
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Avalanche Beacon Check Stations Installed At Two Popular Trailheads In The Snowy Range

The Snowy Range Snowmobile Club, in partnership with the Wyoming State Trails Program and the Medicine Bow National Forest, has installed two avalanche beacon check stations in the Snowy Range. These beacon check stations encourage all recreational users to find out “Are You Beeping?” — the tagline for a national safety campaign to ensure backcountry users know they are equipped with a functioning avalanche transceiver prior to venturing into potential avalanche terrain.... Continue Reading
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Walk fo Women

The University of Wyoming Athletics Department will be hosting the 14th Annual Walk for Women on Saturday, Feb. 24, when the Cowgirls host the Fresno State Bulldogs.  Along with the walk, a silent auction will be held with all proceeds from the event directly benefit the Play 4Kay Foundation.  ... Continue Reading
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Judges Needed!

The Wyoming Future Business Leaders of America state contest will be hosted in Laramie this year. While this is exciting news to have the contest hosted on the University of Wyoming campus, the organization is in need of judges. If you are interested in volunteering for a contest, please contact the FBLA Judges Coordinator Joyce Smock at jsmock@wyfbla.org or 970.895.2326.... Continue Reading
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Seasonal Road Closures on Pole Mountain begin Feb. 1

Seasonal road closures on Pole Mountain will go into effect Feb. 1, 2018 to protect resources in the Medicine Bow National Forest.  Restricted roads consist of all roads on Pole Mountain except Interstate 80, Wyoming Highway 210, Forest Road 700 west of Vedauwoo Campground, Tie City and Happy Jack parking areas, and Forest Roads 719 and 719.A.... Continue Reading