On Wednesday, 21 April, Laramie Police Department Chief Dale Stalder presented officers Jacob Bury and Joseph Plante with life saving medals and Letters of Commendation were presented to officer Christopher Groh (serving as a dispatcher at the time of the incident), Stacey Gonzales and Laramie Fire Department ambulance crew Mike Nyquist, Craig Rumsey and Kevin Rice. Officer Wes Kelly who was not in attendance, will also receive a letter of commendation.
“The Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research…Together, we can end Alzheimer’s,” says the Wyoming Alzheimer’s Association. The Alzheimer’s Association is inviting you to help join the fight to end
26 year old Photographer Sydney Edwards takes photos by creating comfortable relaxed sessions. The end result is natural, genuine photos. Edwards explains “My artistic journey as a whole started with dance and movement…I started kind of capturing these moments in dance through photography. I
Shelby Yarchin | Shelbyyarchin@gmail.com Social media has always had a large part in advertising for companies, and small business ventures. The industry has changed drastically from printed adverts on the side of milk canisters and eye-catching billboards littering the sides of interstates. Recently, the app
Resilient Ministries will be holding a public cornhole tournament this Saturday, August 14th, along with music, other yard games, and outdoor fun! Justin Scott, the Director of Resilient Ministries explains that the tournament is a way to bring the community together for fun outdoor games,
Feeding Laramie Valley is holding their annual Food and Fun in the Park event this Saturday, August 14th (see above poster for details). The Laramie community can join in the fun by playing games, eating the free provided lunch, dancing to live music, meeting llamas,
Bird, a California-based, shared electric scooter company, will soon be bringing e-scooters to Laramie on a trial basis. The City of Laramie is partnering with Bird at no cost to the city. Scooters will be available through a mobile phone application, and riders pay per minute to use the scooter. The program is expected to begin by mid- to late August.
Shelbyyarchin@gmail.com | Shelby Yarchin As the temperature keeps rising into the upper 80’s in Laramie, it becomes even more important to find a good way to stay cool. Aside from shoving ice cubes into your pockets and making the occasional visit to the community pool,
The Laramie Railroad Depot is nestled on First Street right behind a row of businesses and next to the occasional Farmers Market. It’s a building famous for its rich Wyoming history and industrial architecture. But on June 26th the depot hosted a new kind of event; A Draglesque show.
Wyoming Girls State is a weeklong learning experience and citizenship training for girls who have completed their junior year of high school. Sponsored and organized by American Legion Auxiliary, Girls State is held at LCCC in Cheyenne, Wyoming. During the week, delegates learn about the process