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News

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No Claus for concern at Santa-tized craft fair

Saturday’s mild fall weather provided a perfect backdrop for the dozens of local vendors who rely on the annual Laramie Plains Civic Center… Read more

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Outdoor rec helped buoy state's economy

According to the latest numbers released by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, outdoor recreation helped bolster Wyoming’s economy durin… Read more

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Laramie man survived World War II kamikaze attack

Exactly three years to the day after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, longtime Laramie resident Dale St. John was aboard the destroyer … Read more

Outdoors

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Eagle Scout project builds kiosks on western side of public open space

Visitors to the Pilot Hill parcel may find navigation a little easier these days thanks to a pair of informational kiosks built by Jack Dre… Read more

Out and about

Christmas tree permits now available Read more

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2021-22 ski season is mostly back to normal

Last year’s ski season was an odd one. Skiers and snowboarders masked up in lift lines, kept safe distances and planned ahead since skier n… Read more

Sports

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Pokes in the Pros: Granderson sacks Allen in loss

Josh Allen, Buffalo Bills: The fourth-year quarterback completed 23 of 28 passes for 260 yards, four touchdowns and two interceptions durin… Read more

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Cowboys close regular season with blowout loss to Hawaii

LARAMIE – A week removed from dismantling Mountain Division champion Utah State by 27 points, the University of Wyoming football team got b… Read more

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UW remains hopeful for bowl invite despite ugly loss

LARAMIE – The University of Wyoming football team seemed well on its way to a bowl game after a 27-point thrashing of Mountain Division cha… Read more

Opinion

Yes in my backyard: The case for nuclear

What do you do in a one-horse town when the horse dies? In hundreds of towns around the United States the financial mainstay is a coal-burn… Read more

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Suing over your own birth goes too far

After nearly 30 years writing and editing news from rural Colorado to the Alaska wilderness and places in between, it takes a lot to elicit… Read more

Supreme Court has already ruled on mandates

Many of us ask how can a vaccine mandate be authorized? Here is what the U.S. Supreme Court had to say in the 1905 case Jacobson v. Massach… Read more

Weather Today

Mostly clear night

Today

59° 27°

Mainly clear. Lows overnight in the upper 20s.

Humidity:53%
Cloud Coverage:11%
Wind:WNW at 15 mph
Chance of Snow:0%
UV Index:0 Low
Sunrise:07:06:53 AM
Sunset:04:34:31 PM

This Week's Forecast

DayPrecipTemp
Mostly clear nightMon
5%59° 27°
Partly cloudyTue
5%52° 36°
ClearWed
0%57° 34°
ClearThu
1%62° 32°
ClearFri
1%56° 27°
Partly cloudySat
4%53° 33°
Partly cloudySun
0%46° 34°