What’s Laramie’s Best Home Improvement Store? – Survey of the Day
Not only is it road construction season in Laramie, it’s also time to get out and start on those home improvement projects that have been lingering all winter. Whether it’s spring cleaning, cleaning up the yard or painting the house, there always seems to be a never ending list of things to do.
Are You Confident in Using the Clark Street Bridge? [PHOTOS] – Survey of the Day
Recently we had a concerned citizen write in to our “Ask the City” segment inquiring about repairs to the Clark Street Bridge. While the decaying bridge and its planned replacement have been talked about very actively in our news lately, we haven’t actually ever taken a good look at the condition of the bridge. People around town always seem to question the safety of the bridge, so we decided to take the camera out and capture a quick snapshot of different parts of the structure.
The Beartrap Summer Festival Heads to Casper Mountain – Quick Trips
Townsquare Media of Casper announces double the fun and excitement with two headline acts for the 18th annual Beartrap Summer Festival! “We’re very excited to have the Marshall Tucker Band with us on Saturday, August 4th, and Steve Earle on Sunday, August 5th ,” said festival coordinator Jana Price.
Laramie Sees Solar Eclipse (5/21/12) [Photos]
As we mentioned early last week, there was a solar eclipse set to take place last night (May 20th). If you missed it and didn’t get a good look, here are some pictures of what the eclipse looked like from Laramie. What you are seeing is a phenomena created when the Earth, the Moon and the Sun perfectly align, which usually happens a few times each year.
Is This Year the Start of Another Drought? – Survey of the Day
After last winter’s above average snowfall and subsequent flooding, this year’s run-off levels can’t even begin to compare. With the abundance of water provided by snow-pack these past few years, which has brought Wyoming out of nearly a decade of drought, water shortages have certainly not been a hot issue.
Encampment Prepares for 2012 Woodchopper’s Jamboree – Quick Trips [Advertorial]
The Encampment-Riverside Lions Club is making their final preparations for the 2012 Woodchopper’s Jamboree and Rodeo that takes place in a little less than a month. This will be the 52nd running of the event as it has become a tradition in the community that lures in competitors from all over the United States to compete for the title of Rocky Mountain Champion Lumberjack.
Mighty 1290 Club Giving Away Summer Trips
As summer approaches and school begins to wrap up, it’s time to think about vacation and all of the exciting places to go for a great time. We picked some of our favorite destinations within driving distance and are giving you the chance to win one of four great trips in the Mighty 1290 Club, which is 100% FREE!
Which Out of Business Laramie Restaurant Do You Miss Most? – Survey of the Day
It’s an unfortunate part of the business world, but for one reason or another some businesses just can’t make a go of it and have to close their doors or change ownership. Laramie is no exception, especially due to tough economic times that have cause many people to stop buying items that aren’t absolutely essential including food at restaurants.