ROCK SPRINGS — Downtown Rock Springs is a pilot community for a new program by the National Main Street Center – entrup, according to Downtown Rock Springs is a pilot community for a new program by the National Main Street Center called Made on Main Street, according to the Rock Springs Main…
LARAMIE — Tickets are now on sale for the rock band American Authors, headlining the return of the Cowboy Kickoff Concert Sept. 13, in the University of Wyoming’s Arena-Auditorium.
NEW YORK, N.Y. — Green River High School and University of Wyoming graduate Dylan Rust participated on Aug. 12 in the White Coat Ceremony at Columbia University's Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons.
POWELL -- The manager of the Wyoming Seed Certification Service is being recognized at the Wyoming State Fair and Rodeo for services provided to Wyoming farmers and ranchers.
ROCK SPRINGS — Two 93-year-old women who have been friends since their childhood in the coal camp at Dines will be honored as Women of the Month for August by the Remember When Monday program.
SWEETWATER COUNTY — Marriage licenses issued in the Sweetwater County Clerk’s Office include:Calvin Blake Brown, 30, to Kelsie Beth Vanderpool, 23, both of Rock Springs, Aug. 6, 2019.William James Cox III, 22 to Karissa Nicole Corley, 23, both of Rock Springs, Aug. 7, 2019.Devon Michael Turn…
ROCK SPRINGS — The Rock Springs Main Street/Urban Renewal Agency has finalized plans for the inaugural College Night Out. Set for Wednesday, Sept. 4 from 6-8 p.m., College Night Out will showcase Downtown Rock Springs while welcoming students to Western Wyoming Community College.
LARAMIE -- Former University of Wyoming President Dick McGinity will serve as the “search recruiter” in the hunt for the university’s next president.
LARAMIE — Wyoming Public Media and UW Presents will host David Sedaris, an NPR humorist and best-selling author of “Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls” and “Theft By Finding: Diaries” in Laramie on Oct. 28.
ROCK SPRINGS — The Sweetwater Board of Cooperative Educational Services Community Orchestra will begin rehearsals on Sept. 16 at Western Wyoming Community College beginning at 6:30 p.m. under the direction of Joanne Stevens.
ROCK SPRINGS — When the public uses Sweetwater County School District No. 1 facilities, extra costs are incurred in the form of maintenance and staff expenses. While the school board is OK with requiring payment for adult groups to use the buildings, trustees were hesitant to charge youth gr…
SWEETWATER COUNTY — Every year, nearly 4 million young people are served by Boys and Girls Clubs. To celebrate these extraordinary efforts, Ross Stores Inc. partnered with the group to host a four-week program called “Help Local Kids Learn.” Customers made monetary contributions at the Rock …
JACKSON HOLE — The 2019 Western Design Conference Exhibit + Sale (WDC) Designer Show House in Jackson Hole will hallmark the best of elevated Western-inspired elements ranging from elegant contemporary trends to ageless camp style, according to a press release.
ROCK SPRINGS — Students from Sweetwater County learned college and career readiness skills this summer in a program facilitated by the University of Wyoming’s College of Health Sciences Wyoming Institute for Disabilities.
CHEYENNE — President Donald Trump signed a bipartisan bill expanding eligibility for membership in the American Legion service organization, prompting celebration in Wyoming, whose veterans comprise almost 9 percent of the population.
SWEETWATER COUNTY — At least one Rock Springs native broke into the movies, and he did it after appearing at the Rialto Theatre, according to the Sweetwater County Historical Museum.
ROCK SPRINGS — The Wyoming Department of Transportation swung in to assist a local charity Fast Cars & Foster Kids with one of its annual autocross events at the First Choice Ford parking lot.
CHEYENNE — Citing Wyoming’s “ever-growing public interest in Wyoming’s rich cultural heritage,” Gov. Mark Gordon proclaimed September Wyoming Archaeology Awareness Month. Gov. Gordon’s proclamation praised the WAAM celebration for actively engaging the public with Wyoming’s diverse archeolog…
ROCK SPRINGS — P.E.O. Chapter L presented Angie Sabin with a Program for Continuing Education grant from P.E.O. International. Sabin is a student at Western Wyoming Community College.
CHEYENNE — The Wyoming Trout Unlimited Council (WYTU) has hired Mike Jensen as its new council coordinator. He replaces Calvin Hazlewood of Green River, who has held the position for the past three years. Hazlewood, and his wife, Amy, will soon be relocating out of state.