City Of Laramie Press Release Laramie, Wyoming – On June 28, 2021 Big Huhnks Excavation will begin the Scout Park Development Project. This project includes the installation of a walking path, restroom, two playgrounds for ages two to five and five to twelve, plaza, irrigation/sod
BY TOM KOCAL for This is Laramie 815-275-3025 TKocal915@icloud.com LARAMIE – “If we’re called upon, that’s what we have to do.” Humble words from Laramie Police Officer Terrance “TJ” Johnson upon receiving the Laramie Police Dept. Life-Saving Award Wednesday, June 16. Johnson was nominated for the honor by
Fire Restrictions in Effect for Medicine Bow-Routt National Forests and Thunder Basin National Grassland
Stage 1 fire restrictions go into effect today, June 16, for the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forests and Thunder Basin National Grassland. This includes National Forest System lands located in Albany, Campbell, Carbon, Converse, Crook, Natrona, Niobrara, Platte, and Weston counties in Wyoming, and Garfield, Grand, Jackson, Moffat, Rio Blanco, and Routt counties in northwest Colorado.
Tales at the Taphouse is an ongoing series of community events held in Laramie where community members can either tell their stories or listen to others speak on a variety of personal topics. These events aim to “celebrate self-identifying women, trans, and non-binary individuals in
The Laramie Soup Kitchen offered something different last week by serving meals at the Downtown Clinic. Held Wednesday, June 2, the event was designed to promote not only the services provided by the Soup Kitchen to the general public, but also to expose Laramie to the services provided by the Downtown Clinic.
Tucked deep within the paradise of Laramie Wyoming lays a building off of 4th street that houses a new and exciting business to the area. Medicine Man Tattoo was first opened in 1992 by owner Harry Lawrence in Ridgeville Ohio before relocating to Laramie this past year.
Once upon a time, former preschool teacher Rhianna Handschu had a vision for a small business in support of Laramie’s home-bound children and parents.
Cars in the Yard is a car show at the territorial prison to help benefit Heart to Heart of Laramie. This event is being put on by Working Class Car Club to help the Laramie community thrive. Eli Pederson, president of Working Class Car Club
Starting June 2nd the pantry at Laramie Interfaith will re-open allowing community members inside the building for the first time in over a year. The Interfaith building will be open for pantry access 11:00 am to 5:30 pm at 712 E. Canby. The case management
A year after implementation, requirements for social distancing and the wearing of masks at the University of Wyoming have been lifted, following action by the Wyoming Department of Health.