The past year’s plummet in crude oil and coal prices has taken a massive toll on coal and gas companies around the country. And in a state like Wyoming, where 40 percent of the nation’s coal and roughly 5 percent of the nation’s natural gas is produced, the tanking of the oil and coal industry has...
With the upcoming elections, it seems that members of both major parties are incredibly unhappy with who their apparent nominee will be. People feel trapped between a rock and a hard place with whom to vote for because this time, more than ever, no one really represents what they believe.
UW senior Brian Schueler finalized his run as ASUW president Tuesday by passing on the baton to new ASUW President Michael Rotellini during the inauguration.
“This was a great year,” Schueler said after the inauguration. “We have a lot of people who work really hard, and I probably got to take a...
The Laramie City Council discussed enacting a new chapter of the municipal code that could provide traffic violation offenders with the opportunity to take a class to have the citation dismissed.
City Attorney Jason Loos said a defensive driving dismissal program was used by a local judge for...
Local Laramie band Sorry, No Sympathy have been busy touring, writing and progressing with no signs of slowing down. They have built up their name since they started in 2010, playing shows with Memphis May Fire and August Burns Red, releasing two EPs and a full length album and bringing the...
Bringing their expert comedic sensibilities to the big screen, Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele deliver a pretty good comedy with some decent laughs.
The movie follows two cousins, Clarence (Key) and Rell (Peele), as they track down Rell’s stolen kitten Keanu into the heart of the seedy Los...
This piece is not written in intent to be part of the overdone trend of bashing Millennials. It does not seek to continue the overdone and largely incorrect argument that “all Millennials are lazy.” I have great faith in my generation. That being said, far too many Millennials- particularly those...
New regulations for hydraulic fracking implemented by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management have been blocked by a U.S. District Judge from Wyoming.
According to the case file, a preliminary injunction was ordered last year by U.S. District Judge Scott W. Skavdahl. It was ordered after the BLM issued...
Shöcktoberfest hosted a one-day musical festival featuring international artist Afroman along with seven local artists on Saturday.
The local artists were given a chance to perform on the same stage and show off their talent.
“We want our place to be a real home for local talents,” Jason...
The Nuclear Family Statue in the middle of Prexy’s Pasture is up for debate on whether or not to be replaced or relocated.
The statue, which represents a man, woman and child, has been the center of attention in Prexy’s since 1983. Artist Robert Russin created the family statue along...
Political races in Wyoming are different than in most states in that the winner of the Republican primary is essentially guaranteed a victory in the general election. This means that in each case, the two most prominent candidates will likely agree on most issues.
This holds true in the case of the...