Albany County News

Flooding Continues in Southeast Wyoming

Photo Courtesy of the 133rd Engineer Company Wyoming National Guard Water is at record levels, higher than seen since the 1980s, due to recent storms, snow showers and warm weather conditions. Above normal temperatures through much of this week will cause snow to melt rapidly  in the mountains of southeast Wyoming, often faster than streams and river basins can handle.... Continue Reading
Albany County News

Leave Newborn Wildlife Alone

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department urges people who find young animals this spring to leave these wildlife newborns alone. Most mammal mothers hide their young and return to them periodically to nurse. People finding these young mammals often assume these newborns have been abandoned, but this is almost never the case.... Continue Reading
Laramie News

The Cowboy Joe Club has announced the hiring of Kelsea Vickrey as an Athletics Development Officer.

Two new exhibitions open at the University of Wyoming Art Museum Saturday, May 24 — “Cyrus Baldridge: An American Artist in China” and “New Acquisitions: UW Art Museum Collection.” “Cyrus Baldridge: An American Artist in China” presents a selection of works from the UW Art Museum’s permanent collection that were completed during the artist’s journeys in Asia, where he sketched and painted the people and the landscape.... Continue Reading
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WSGS Launches New Energy Resources Website

The Wyoming State Geological Survey (WSGS) has improved its online presence with a new website dedicated to providing information to the public on the state’s energy resources. A click of a mouse takes users to informational pages on Wyoming coal, oil and natural gas, and uranium, with each energy sector featuring web content (including free downloads) ranging from nontechnical to scientific (www.wsgs.uwyo.edu/research/energy).... Continue Reading