Sara joined Townsquare Media in November 2016. She graduated from Wheatland High School in 2011. In May 2016, she graduated from the University of Wyoming with degrees in Journalism and Global Studies. She has two dogs and enjoys hiking, traveling and reading.
Donor Gift Makes UW Presidential Scholarship Possible
The University of Wyoming will soon be offering a presidential-level scholarship to top high school graduates across the state, after a $500,000 gift from the Joe and Arlene Watt Foundation.
Gov. Mead Approves $5 Million Loan to Keep WyoTech Open
Gov. Matt Mead authorized a loan Monday of up to $5 million to DBJJDM Enterprises for the operation of WyoTech in Laramie.
Rock River Round Table Looks to Combat Food Insecurity
The Wyoming Food Bank of the Rockies and Feeding America will be holding a round table in Rock River to discuss combating food insecurity in the town and Albany County.
WYO 130 and WYO 70 Open for Season
After working for several weeks to clear two seasonally closed roads, the Wyoming Department of Transportation has opened WYO 130 over the Snowy Range and WYO 70 over the Sierra Madre as of Monday, May 21.
School Psychologist to Run for House Seat 46
Jackie Grimes is running for the House District 46 seat because she says she wants to make a positive impact on the education system in Albany County and Wyoming.
Most Pole Mountain Roads Open for Season
Most roads on the Pole Mountain unit of the Medicine Bow National Forest have opened for the summer and are now open for motorized vehicles.
UW Announces VP for Finance and Administration
The University of Wyoming has announced its choice for vice president of finance and administration.
Laramie High School Seniors Awarded STARR Charitable Foundation Scholarship
Larissa Ford and Sarah Holles were each awarded the STARR Charitable Foundation Scholarship to attend MSU.