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Country Singer Ashley Buchart to Perform at UW Wednesday

Powerhouse country singer Ashley Buchart and her band will perform for the University of Wyoming Summer Programs concert series Wednesday, June 18, from 11:45 a.m.–1 p.m. on Simpson Plaza. Raised in Colorado, Buchart stuns audiences with her powerful voice. She recently recorded in Nashville, Tenn., and in August will release a new single in the United States.... Continue Reading
Albany County News

BLM And Citizens’ Group Plan To Clean Up Rogers Canyon

Rogers Canyon north of Laramie has long been a favorite destination for cyclists. But also for off-road vehicle riders, gun enthusiasts and people with a trunk full of garbage unwilling to pay the dump fee.  Conflicts between the groups have been mounting, and the Bureau of Land Management wants to set new guidelines to make the area safer and cleaner.... Continue Reading
Albany County News

Laramie Mural Project Public Event Friday

Laramie Mural Project artists and donors will be thanked at “Fishening,” a public event Friday, June 13, from 5-7 p.m. in the parking lot located between First and Garfield streets. The Laramie Mural Project is a collaborative effort among the University of Wyoming Art Museum, Laramie Main Street Alliance, downtown business owners and local artists.... Continue Reading
Albany County News

Leave Newborn Wildlife Alone

By: Jo Naylor In the next several weeks, wildlife throughout Wyoming will be bearing their young. In view of this, the Wyoming Game and Fish department asks that people take extreme care to stay away from young animals during this critical time.... Continue Reading
Laramie News

Antique Lampposts Restored at UW

When members of the class of 1911 donated three lampposts to commemorate the University of Wyoming’s 25th anniversary, none of them could have imagined that visitors would still enjoy their gift more than 100 years later. Located west of Old Main and south of the Williams Conservatory, the three antique lampposts frame a sandstone walkway near a memorial to student Lowell O’Brien who, while planning an event to welcome UW President Arthur Crane to the university in 1922, was killed when he was thrown from a horse.... Continue Reading