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Photo Courtesy of UW Communications
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University of Wyoming Education Program Receives Highest Accreditation Rating

Seven University of Wyoming College of Education academic programs received the highest possible rating during comprehensive national program reviews conducted as part of the college’s 2016 re-accreditation process.

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Handcuffs And Fingerprints
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Laramie Therapist Charged with 25 Felonies Awaits Arraignment

Addison is charged with one count of sexual assault in the first degree, one count of blackmail, two counts of attempted blackmail, one count of felonious restraint and 20 counts of sexual exploitation of a child.

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Sara Teter, Townsquare Media
Sara Teter, Townsquare Media
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Laramie Marches for Transgender Awareness [PHOTOS]

"Today we are trying to get across for people to go to our local school boards to tell them, 'look, we are here, we here in support of the transgender community, we need to be able to let out transgender students use the bathroom that represents their gender identity," Vali said.

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School Bus
Kevin Koile , TownSquare Media
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Rock River School to Release Early

Bus students will arrive in Laramie at approximately 12:15 p.m. The early release applies only to Rock River School.

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Caitlin Anderle/Townsquare Media
Caitlin Anderle/Townsquare Media
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5 Ideas for Your Laramie Staycation

What are your favorite Laramie activities?

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Category: Laramie News, News
Kari Eakins/Townsquare Media
Kari Eakins/Townsquare Media
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Road Grading-Ask the City

A resident voices concern about a street in West Laramie.

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University of Wyoming
University of Wyoming
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Laramie Startup Company Receives Development Grant

Arnoldware Applications LLC develops hardware and software to help people with motion disabilities use touch-screen devices, including smartphones and tablet computers.

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Robin Hill, wife of researcher Lawrence Haimowitz, sews a seam on an emergence trap on the trunk of a beetle-infested tree in the Pole Mountain unit of the Medicine Bow National Forest. UW Communications.
Robin Hill, wife of researcher Lawrence Haimowitz, sews a seam on an emergence trap on the trunk of a beetle-infested tree in the Pole Mountain unit of the Medicine Bow National Forest. UW Communications.
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University of Wyoming Student Tackles Pine Beetle Predicament

During his research, Haimowitz refined a couple of methods for studying mountain pine beetles and their insect associates in standing trees, where the beetles spend most of their life cycle.

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