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KULR-8 Billings
UW president looks to boost enrollment to help budgetCASPER, Wyo. (AP) - University of Wyoming President Laurie Nichols hopes to boo
UW president looks to boost enrollment to help budget
KULR-8 Billings / Posted 7 hours ago
CASPER, Wyo. (AP) - University of Wyoming President Laurie Nichols hopes to boost enrollment to help the school offset cuts in state aid. Wyoming's only public four-year university is facing about $50 million less in available funding over the next... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Hilbert College names interim provostjoined the faculty at St. John Fisher in 2003 and has been chairwoman of the ch
Hilbert College names interim provost
The Buffalo News / Posted yesterday
joined the faculty at St. John Fisher in 2003 and has been chairwoman of the chemistry department since 2010. She is a graduate of Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa and received a doctorate in physical chemistry from the University o... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Turning recycled glass into jewelryMegan, their sister Kayleen Hansen and their mother Hara Hansen. Jenna is away
Turning recycled glass into jewelry
Juneau Empire / Posted 3 days ago
Megan, their sister Kayleen Hansen and their mother Hara Hansen. Jenna is away most of the year, attending college at the University of Wyoming in Laramie, Wyoming, studying kinesiology with the hopes of becoming a therapist for equestrians. While... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Student Spotlight, June 27, 2016this year from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. She has been accepted
Student Spotlight, June 27, 2016
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 3 days ago
this year from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. She has been accepted into the archeology Ph.D. program at the University of Wyoming this fall and will specialize in Andean archeology. Submit student achievement news by email to... Read more
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Newton Daily News
Dollars for Scholars, secondary schools help out Class of 2016of Iowa: Alyssa Bartels, Maddison Berstler, Grace Coen, Mariah Gonzales, Parker
Dollars for Scholars, secondary schools help out Class of 2016
Newton Daily News / Posted 6 days ago
of Iowa: Alyssa Bartels, Maddison Berstler, Grace Coen, Mariah Gonzales, Parker Schuster. University of Northern Iowa: Stephanie Hoebelheinrich, Alex Hutchinson. University of Wyoming: Cole Peters. Wichita State University:... Read more
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Greeley Tribune
LaSalle’s Smith talks rush of bull riding, joy of competing at Greeley Stampedesmall bulls. The former Platte Valley football star graduated to the pros and t
LaSalle’s Smith talks rush of bull riding, joy of competing at Greeley Stampede
Greeley Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
small bulls. The former Platte Valley football star graduated to the pros and took his talents to Laramie to ride for the University of Wyoming, where he studies petroleum engineering as a sophomore. On Thursday night, he sat in the chutes atop a... Read more
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Namibia Economist
How the Orlando massacre affects the fight for LGBT rightsof greater recognition of gay rights. In 2009, marking the torture and killing
How the Orlando massacre affects the fight for LGBT rights
Namibia Economist / Posted 7 days ago
of greater recognition of gay rights. In 2009, marking the torture and killing 21 years earlier of a gay student at the University of Wyoming and the dragging and decapitation of a gay man in Texas, Congress passed the Matthew Shepard and James... Read more
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CBS Denver
UCH Researchers Study Shot To Stop Staph Infectionsare taking part in a clinical trial testing a vaccine to prevent staph infectio
UCH Researchers Study Shot To Stop Staph Infections
CBS Denver / Posted 7 days ago
are taking part in a clinical trial testing a vaccine to prevent staph infections. Carolyn Anderson, a professor at the University of Wyoming, is a participant. She is scheduled for an operation in July. She’s hoping doctors can fix her... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Greenwich
Pace University Welcomes New TrusteesShe serves on the boards of several nonprofits including the Haub School of Env
Pace University Welcomes New Trustees
The Daily Voice - Greenwich / Posted 8 days ago
She serves on the boards of several nonprofits including the Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources at the University of Wyoming; the Advisory Board of the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson Hole, Wyoming; the College Board... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Greenwich
Pace's Haub School Of Law Welcomes New TrusteesShe serves on the boards of several nonprofits including the Haub School of Env
Pace's Haub School Of Law Welcomes New Trustees
The Daily Voice - Greenwich / Posted 8 days ago
She serves on the boards of several nonprofits including the Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources at the University of Wyoming; the Advisory Board of the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson Hole, Wyoming; the College Board... Read more
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The Torrington Telegram
The Torrington Telegram Jerald Wayne Simonsen June 1, 1943-June 17, 2016in 2015. Jerry was an avid cattle showman and competed in countless shows. He
The Torrington Telegram Jerald Wayne Simonsen June 1, 1943-June 17, 2016
The Torrington Telegram / Posted 8 days ago
in 2015. Jerry was an avid cattle showman and competed in countless shows. He was a 4-H Leader and worked for the University of Wyoming Extension after he retired from farming. He was a Master Gardener and co-hosted a weekly radio... Read more
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PhysOrg
New research details how big game follow spring green-upduring the spring green-up to select the best patches of habitat during the gro
New research details how big game follow spring green-up
PhysOrg / Posted 9 days ago
during the spring green-up to select the best patches of habitat during the growing season, a team of researchers led by University of Wyoming and U.S. Geological Survey scientists has documented. While biologists long have thought that animals... Read more
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KULR-8 Billings
Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead announces $248 million in budget cutsmatching funds and likely result in the loss of 677 private-sector jobs. Other
Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead announces $248 million in budget cuts
KULR-8 Billings / Posted 9 days ago
matching funds and likely result in the loss of 677 private-sector jobs. Other agencies facing large cuts include: The University of Wyoming: $35 million; Community colleges: $20 million; Department of Corrections: $17.4 million; Department... Read more
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KULR-8 Billings
UW extends MBA deadline to help workersLARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - The University of Wyoming has extended the application dea
UW extends MBA deadline to help workers
KULR-8 Billings / Posted 9 days ago
LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - The University of Wyoming has extended the application deadline for its Master of Business Administration Program for people who have lost work because of the economic downturn. The university says the deadline for the program... Read more
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NBC News
Gay Leaders Turn to Old Nemesis, the Police, for Safetysnapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of th
Gay Leaders Turn to Old Nemesis, the Police, for Safety
NBC News / Posted 10 days ago
snapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of the Matthew Shepard Foundation, named for the University of Wyoming gay student who died after he was beaten and tied to a fence by two men in 1998. Living an open gay... Read more
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Juneau Empire
LGBTQ leaders turn to old nemesis, police, for safetysnapshot of 40 years of progress,” said Jason Marsden, executive director of th
LGBTQ leaders turn to old nemesis, police, for safety
Juneau Empire / Posted 10 days ago
snapshot of 40 years of progress,” said Jason Marsden, executive director of the Matthew Shepard Foundation, named for the University of Wyoming gay student who died after he was beaten and tied to a fence by two men in 1998. Living an open gay... Read more
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MLive.com
Gay leaders turn to old nemesis, the police, for safetysnapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of th
Gay leaders turn to old nemesis, the police, for safety
MLive.com / Posted 10 days ago
snapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of the Matthew Shepard Foundation, named for the University of Wyoming gay student who died after he was beaten and tied to a fence by two men in 1998. Living an open gay... Read more
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Island Packet
University of Wyoming improves renewable energy optionsAs the state's coal, oil and natural gas industries struggle through a downturn
University of Wyoming improves renewable energy options
Island Packet / Posted 11 days ago
As the state's coal, oil and natural gas industries struggle through a downturn, the University of Wyoming is taking steps to expand and improve solar energy use on its Laramie campus. The university spent nearly $132,000 to improve solar panels... Read more
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KULR-8 Billings
UW taps into renewable energyLARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - As Wyoming's coal, oil and natural gas industry struggle t
UW taps into renewable energy
KULR-8 Billings / Posted 11 days ago
LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - As Wyoming's coal, oil and natural gas industry struggle through a downturn, the University of Wyoming is taking steps to expand and improve its solar energy use on its Laramie campus. The university recently spent nearly... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Gay leaders turn to old nemesis, the police, for safetysnapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of th
Gay leaders turn to old nemesis, the police, for safety
The Record Searchlight / Posted 11 days ago
snapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of the Matthew Shepard Foundation, named for the University of Wyoming gay student who died after he was beaten and tied to a fence by two men in 1998. Living an open gay... Read more
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NBC Miami
Gay Leaders No Longer View Police as Oppressorssnapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of th
Gay Leaders No Longer View Police as Oppressors
NBC Miami / Posted 11 days ago
snapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of the Matthew Shepard Foundation, named for the University of Wyoming gay student who died after he was beaten and tied to a fence by two men in 1998. Living an open gay... Read more
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NBC Dallas Fort Worth
Gay Leaders No Longer View Police as Oppressorssnapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of th
Gay Leaders No Longer View Police as Oppressors
NBC Dallas Fort Worth / Posted 11 days ago
snapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of the Matthew Shepard Foundation, named for the University of Wyoming gay student who died after he was beaten and tied to a fence by two men in 1998. Living an open gay... Read more
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NBC Connecticut
Gay Leaders No Longer View Police as Oppressorssnapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of th
Gay Leaders No Longer View Police as Oppressors
NBC Connecticut / Posted 11 days ago
snapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of the Matthew Shepard Foundation, named for the University of Wyoming gay student who died after he was beaten and tied to a fence by two men in 1998. Living an open gay... Read more
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NBC Philadelphia
Gay Leaders No Longer View Police as Oppressorssnapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of th
Gay Leaders No Longer View Police as Oppressors
NBC Philadelphia / Posted 11 days ago
snapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of the Matthew Shepard Foundation, named for the University of Wyoming gay student who died after he was beaten and tied to a fence by two men in 1998. Living an open gay... Read more
25 related stories
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NBC Los Angeles
Gay Leaders No Longer View Police as Oppressorssnapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of th
Gay Leaders No Longer View Police as Oppressors
NBC Los Angeles / Posted 11 days ago
snapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of the Matthew Shepard Foundation, named for the University of Wyoming gay student who died after he was beaten and tied to a fence by two men in 1998. Living an open gay... Read more
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NBC Washington
Gay Leaders No Longer View Police as Oppressorssnapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of th
Gay Leaders No Longer View Police as Oppressors
NBC Washington / Posted 11 days ago
snapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of the Matthew Shepard Foundation, named for the University of Wyoming gay student who died after he was beaten and tied to a fence by two men in 1998. Living an open gay... Read more
25 related stories
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NBC Chicago
Gay Leaders No Longer View Police as Oppressorssnapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of th
Gay Leaders No Longer View Police as Oppressors
NBC Chicago / Posted 11 days ago
snapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of the Matthew Shepard Foundation, named for the University of Wyoming gay student who died after he was beaten and tied to a fence by two men in 1998. Living an open gay... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
Gay Leaders No Longer View Police as Oppressorssnapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of th
Gay Leaders No Longer View Police as Oppressors
NBC Bay Area / Posted 11 days ago
snapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of the Matthew Shepard Foundation, named for the University of Wyoming gay student who died after he was beaten and tied to a fence by two men in 1998. Living an open gay... Read more
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NBC San Diego
Gay Leaders No Longer View Police as Oppressorssnapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of th
Gay Leaders No Longer View Police as Oppressors
NBC San Diego / Posted 11 days ago
snapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of the Matthew Shepard Foundation, named for the University of Wyoming gay student who died after he was beaten and tied to a fence by two men in 1998. Living an open gay... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Gay leaders turn to old nemesis, the police, for safetysnapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of th
Gay leaders turn to old nemesis, the police, for safety
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 11 days ago
snapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of the Matthew Shepard Foundation, named for the University of Wyoming gay student who died after he was beaten and tied to a fence by two men in 1998. Living an open gay... Read more
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TribLIVE
Gay leaders look to bury hatchet with policesnapshot of 40 years of progress,” said Jason Marsden, executive director of th
Gay leaders look to bury hatchet with police
TribLIVE / Posted 11 days ago
snapshot of 40 years of progress,” said Jason Marsden, executive director of the Matthew Shepard Foundation, named for the University of Wyoming gay student who died after he was beaten and tied to a fence by two men in 1998. Living an open gay... Read more
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Savannah Morning News
Funerals, fear and uncertainty loom as Orlando grievessnapshot of 40 years of progress,” said Jason Marsden, executive director of th
Funerals, fear and uncertainty loom as Orlando grieves
Savannah Morning News / Posted 11 days ago
snapshot of 40 years of progress,” said Jason Marsden, executive director of the Matthew Shepard Foundation, named for the University of Wyoming gay student who died after he was beaten and tied to a fence by two men in 1998. Living an open gay... Read more
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Summit Daily News
Mountain Town News: Ski towns, Republicans, and the Trump candidacybe so blunt, to walk off the boardwalks, not knowing what you’re doing,” said K
Mountain Town News: Ski towns, Republicans, and the Trump candidacy
Summit Daily News / Posted 12 days ago
be so blunt, to walk off the boardwalks, not knowing what you’re doing,” said Kenneth Sims, a geology professor at the University of Wyoming and a member of the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory. Simms cautioned that he had no direct knowledge of... Read more
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Boston Globe
Gay leaders turn to old nemesis, the police, for safetysnapshot of 40 years of progress,’’ said Jason Marsden, executive director of t
Gay leaders turn to old nemesis, the police, for safety
Boston Globe / Posted 12 days ago
snapshot of 40 years of progress,’’ said Jason Marsden, executive director of the Matthew Shepard Foundation, named for the University of Wyoming gay student who died after he was beaten and tied to a fence by two men in 1998. Living an open gay... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
Gay leaders turn to old nemesis, the police, for safetysnapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of th
Gay leaders turn to old nemesis, the police, for safety
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 12 days ago
snapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of the Matthew Shepard Foundation, named for the University of Wyoming gay student who died after he was beaten and tied to a fence by two men in 1998. Living an open gay... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Gay leaders turn to old nemesis, the police, for safetysnapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of th
Gay leaders turn to old nemesis, the police, for safety
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 12 days ago
snapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of the Matthew Shepard Foundation, named for the University of Wyoming gay student who died after he was beaten and tied to a fence by two men in 1998. Living an open gay... Read more
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NBC New York
Gay Leaders Turn to Old Nemesis, the Police, for Safetysnapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of th
Gay Leaders Turn to Old Nemesis, the Police, for Safety
NBC New York / Posted 12 days ago
snapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of the Matthew Shepard Foundation, named for the University of Wyoming gay student who died after he was beaten and tied to a fence by two men in 1998. Living an open gay... Read more
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Daily Herald
Gay leaders turn to old nemesis, the police, for safetysnapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of th
Gay leaders turn to old nemesis, the police, for safety
Daily Herald / Posted 12 days ago
snapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of the Matthew Shepard Foundation, named for the University of Wyoming gay student who died after he was beaten and tied to a fence by two men in 1998. Living an open gay... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Gay leaders turn to old nemesis, the police, for safetysnapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of th
Gay leaders turn to old nemesis, the police, for safety
The Record Searchlight / Posted 12 days ago
snapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of the Matthew Shepard Foundation, named for the University of Wyoming gay student who died after he was beaten and tied to a fence by two men in 1998. Living an open gay... Read more
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WSB-TV 2 Atlanta
Gay leaders turn to old nemesis, the police, for safetysnapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of th
Gay leaders turn to old nemesis, the police, for safety
WSB-TV 2 Atlanta / Posted 12 days ago
snapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of the Matthew Shepard Foundation, named for the University of Wyoming gay student who died after he was beaten and tied to a fence by two men in 1998. Living an open gay... Read more
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ABC News
Gay Leaders Turn to Old Nemesis, the Police, for Safetysnapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of th
Gay Leaders Turn to Old Nemesis, the Police, for Safety
ABC News / Posted 12 days ago
snapshot of 40 years of progress," said Jason Marsden, executive director of the Matthew Shepard Foundation, named for the University of Wyoming gay student who died after he was beaten and tied to a fence by two men in 1998. Living an open gay... Read more
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The Gilmer Mirror
Provost Selected as Texas Tech's Next President - Provost Selected as Texas Tech's Next President by Matthew Watkins The Texas Tribune June 16 2016 Texas Tech University has selected its provost Lawrence Schovanec to be the school's next president...after months of uncertainty about his future at the school. In late 2015 Nellis
Provost Selected as Texas Tech's Next President - Provost Selected as Texas Tech's Next President by Matthew Watkins The Texas Tribune June 16 2016 Texas Tech University has selected its provost Lawrence Schovanec to be the school's next president...
The Gilmer Mirror / Posted 13 days ago
after months of uncertainty about his future at the school. In late 2015 Nellis, then a candidate for the presidency at the University of Wyoming, publicly complained about his job at Tech while there for his interview. Schovanec, who served as... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Former MLB player, Mountain View founding coach Greg Brock hired at Lovelandthe Mountain Lions went 148-59 under Brock with nine playoff appearances and a
Former MLB player, Mountain View founding coach Greg Brock hired at Loveland
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 13 days ago
the Mountain Lions went 148-59 under Brock with nine playoff appearances and a state championship. And before that, the University of Wyoming product played 10 seasons in Major League Baseball, belting 110 home runs with 462 RBI in a career... Read more
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KULR-8 Billings
Former UW fraternity treasurer pleads guilty to theftLARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - A former treasurer of a University of Wyoming fraternity h
Former UW fraternity treasurer pleads guilty to theft
KULR-8 Billings / Posted 14 days ago
LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - A former treasurer of a University of Wyoming fraternity has pleaded guilty to stealing thousands of dollars from the organization. The Laramie Boomerang reports (http://bit.ly/25ZSmdl ) that 20-year-old Joseph Madrid on... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
Nikiski residents make recycled glass into jewelryMegan, their sister Kayleen Hansen and their mother Hara Hansen. Jenna is away
Nikiski residents make recycled glass into jewelry
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 14 days ago
Megan, their sister Kayleen Hansen and their mother Hara Hansen. Jenna is away most of the year, attending college at the University of Wyoming in Laramie, Wyoming, studying kinesiology with the hopes of becoming a therapist for equestrians. While... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Inviting invasion on Great Lakesefforts and economic impact. A 2008 study by the Center for Aquatic Conservati
Inviting invasion on Great Lakes
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 14 days ago
efforts and economic impact. A 2008 study by the Center for Aquatic Conservation at the University of Notre Dame and a University of Wyoming economics professor estimated the loss to commercial fishing, sport fishing and water supply in the... Read more
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KULR-8 Billings
University of Wyoming trustees hear about cutsLARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - The Latest on the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees
University of Wyoming trustees hear about cuts
KULR-8 Billings / Posted 15 days ago
LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - The Latest on the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees meeting on budget cuts (all times local): 8:05 a.m. The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees is meeting to discuss how the state's only public four-year university... Read more
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KULR-8 Billings
University of Wyoming trustees to hear plan on budget cutsLARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees will be discus
University of Wyoming trustees to hear plan on budget cuts
KULR-8 Billings / Posted 15 days ago
LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees will be discussing how the state's only public four-year university will cut more than $40 million from its budget over the next two years. Trustees are holding a special meeting in... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Loveland grad Rob Kuseski keeping tennis strong in Northern Colorado— where he capped his career with the Bears as the No. 6 ranked singles player
Loveland grad Rob Kuseski keeping tennis strong in Northern Colorado
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 15 days ago
— where he capped his career with the Bears as the No. 6 ranked singles player in Division II — then moved on to the University of Wyoming as the women's assistant. It wasn't his fit, but Laramie was, a town with no real tennis facility but... Read more
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KULR-8 Billings
Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press at 2:41 p.m. MDTsince a man with shoe polish on his face drove off the highway in a fiery crash
Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press at 2:41 p.m. MDT
KULR-8 Billings / Posted 16 days ago
since a man with shoe polish on his face drove off the highway in a fiery crash in Chugwater. LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - The University of Wyoming and seven other institutions have formed a coalition to investigate the future of fossil energy. The... Read more
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