Laramie News

UW Summer Programs Offers Trip to Rockies Game

Specially priced tickets go on sale today (Monday) for University of Wyoming students and non-students to watch the Monday, July 7 baseball game between the Colorado Rockies and San Diego Padres at Coors Field in Denver. Tickets, $10 for UW students and $15 for non-students, can be purchased at the Wyoming Union information desk.... Continue Reading
Laramie News

Search Dog Training Planned on UW Campus Friday

A training exercise for search dogs and their handlers will take place Friday, June 27, on the University of Wyoming campus. The training at UW is part of a three-day seminar hosted by Albany County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue. Dog and handler teams from search and rescue units in Wyoming, Utah and Oregon will work with trainers from Sleuth Hounds LLC of Catlett, Va., to learn techniques to enhance their dogs’ ability to locate missing people.... Continue Reading
Albany County News

New Exhibition of American Indian Artwork to Open at UW Art Museum

new exhibition of contemporary and traditional American Indian artwork will open Saturday, June 21, at the UW Art Museum. “Traditional/Contemporary: American Indian Artwork” combines historic objects in traditional mediums, such as pottery and a painted elk hide, with living artists working in contemporary mediums, such as acrylic on canvas and collage, to present an aesthetic view of the development of American Indian art.... Continue Reading
Laramie News

Astrophotography Exhibition to Open at the UW Art Museum

Saturday mark’s the longest day of the year with the Summer Solstice which happily coincides with the UW Art Museum’s latest exhibition, “Starstruck: The Fine Art of Astrophotography.” “Starstruck: The Fine Art of Astrophotography” is among the first major exhibitions to explore astrophotography as an art genre and, together with its attendant catalogue, presents new scholarship in this rapidly-evolving field.... Continue Reading
Albany County News

Laramie River Greenbelt Trail Open

The City of Laramie Parks and Recreation Department has opened the Laramie River Greenbelt Trail for public access, including the section of trail from Optimist Park to Spruce Street.  The earthen berm has now been removed from that section of the Laramie Greenbelt Trail.... Continue Reading