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UW Art Museum To Hold Virtual Holiday Events
The University of Wyoming's Art Museum will be holding the 28th Annual Happy Holidays virtual event on December 3 and 5.
Handmade ornaments that were donated to the UW Art Museum will be put up for auction from December 3-5, with a preview on December 1-2...
UW Begins Phase 4 a Week Early Due to COVID Rise
The University of Wyoming has announced that it will be transitioning into Phase 4 of its fall semester a week early, with this phase beginning on Monday, November 16.
Originally, Phase 4 was scheduled to begin on November 23, with all classes going online at that time, but it was pushed forward beca…
ACSD1 Superintendent Releases Letter on COVID-19
Albany County School District #1 released a letter from the Superintendent Jubal Yennie regarding the cases of COVID-19 within the school district and the steps which are being taken to aid in lowering the cases.
In the letter, the superintendent stated that as of November 9, the school dis…
New Fire Station Grand Opening on November 14
Albany County Fire District #1 Cental (ACFD1) will be holding a grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new fire station on Saturday, November 14.
The ceremony will be taking place at 4385 Fort Sanders Road in Laramie, Wyoming at 10am...
UWAA Registration for Gingerbread House Contest Open
The University of Wyoming Alumni Association (UWAA) has opened online registration for the virtual gingerbread house decorating contest.
The contest is open to the UW campus community and alumni and friends of the university, with the categories being youth, adult, and professional...
Upcoming UW Board of Trustees Meeting
The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees will be holding their regular meeting from Wednesday, November 11 to Friday, November 13. They will be considering a plan to address the $42.3 million budget reduction.
The meeting will be conducted via teleconference...
New UW Survey Shows Anxiety Rising as COVID Cases Surge
A new survey from the University of Wyoming's Wyoming Survey and Analysis Center shows that Wyoming residents are reporting more anxiety about the spread of COVID-19 throughout the state.
The survey was conducted Monday, Nov. 2, as cases continued to see record highs statewide...

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