STDs in Wyoming on the rise

April 20, 2017 Briana Reeves 0

Cases of Sexually-Transmitted Diseases (STDs) in Wyoming are on the rise, with dramatic increases in Gonorrhea rates since 2012 and other STDs close behind. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, STDs are […]


WyoLotto pays $1 million to state

April 19, 2017 Josh Barta 0

On April 7, the WyoLotto made their fifth transfer of funds to the state in the form of $1 million. The money will be divided up between different cities, towns and counties in Wyoming. According […]


Cops and Courts Weekly Roundup

April 19, 2017 Josh Barta 0

Laramie woman pleads not guilty A Laramie resident pleaded not guilty in Albany County District Court after being accused of endangering her child with meth amphetamine. Rita Koval was arrested and charged with child endangerment […]


Student receives Fulbright Grant

April 18, 2017 Annie Todd 0

Thao Nguyen, a master’s student in International Studies and Environmental and Natural Resources, has received a Fulbright grant. The grant will enable Nguyen to travel to Indonesia for ten months starting in September, to further […]


Powell drone plant at a standstill

April 13, 2017 Brandon Sisson 0

A deal to bring an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) manufacturing plant to the Powell Municipal Airport in Powell, WY was recently canceled, but could still be a possibility in the future. A small but experienced […]