Columns

Wyoming needs to diversify

April 18, 2017 Brandon Sisson 0

Since Wyoming became a state it has primarily been mineral dependent, and it’s time to change for the better. Minerals are a multi-billion dollar industry in the state, and the state’s economy is very volatile […]

Columns

Editorial: #imSOLD best fit for ASUW

April 14, 2017 Matthew Fabian 0

In the upcoming ASUW Presidential election, students are faced with three choices. Ty Shockley and Rainey Evans, John Fritz and Jordan Blazovich and finally Ben Weztel and Jaynie Welsh. As an editorial staff, we have […]

News

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 […]

Campus

UW to create American Indian Center

April 13, 2017 Seth Haack 0

The University of Wyoming will be home to an all new American Indian Center opening sometime this summer, which will address the needs of current and potential American Indian students. “It’s the current home of […]

Laramie

Suspect charged with murder

April 13, 2017 Alec Schaffer 0

Trevor Lee Sanford was charged with the second-degree murder of his Grandmother-in-law, Marilyn Dlugosh. Sanford was arrested last week in Westminster, Colorado where he is currently being detained. Dluglosh’s body was found at her residents […]

Features

The heart & soul of The Sextones

April 13, 2017 Abbey Williams 0

After a few rings, guitarist and vocalist of the Reno, Nevada based soul band The Sextones, Mark Sexton answers my phone call with an enthusiastic hello. Throughout the interview, Sexton’s passion and love for creating […]