Nance Earns All-Mountain West Honors [AUDIO] - March 11, 2014 Despite missing the last five games of the season with a knee injury, Wyoming junior forward Larry Nance, Jr. was named to the All-Mountain West First Team. Before he tore the Anterior Cruciate Ligament in his right knee, Nance was averaging 14.5 points a game, 7.8 rebounds, 2.8 blocks, 1.7 steals–all while playing nearly 38 […]
Snow Ending Later Today, Turning Sunny By Wednesday - March 11, 2014 A fast-moving cold front will bring areas of scattered snowfall to parts of western, central and eastern Wyoming through this afternoon. Temperatures will be colder today, and cold enough to support snow and slick, icy road conditions statewide. Highs reaching only into the 20′s and 30′s through this afternoon. Scattered snow will come to an […]
We’ve got a few more weeks of mud to look forward to - March 11, 2014 Now that most of the snow is gone, it’s time to get outside, right? Well, maybe, but there’s still a lot of mud to contend with. It’s simple science. When snow melts, it turns to water. When water soaks into dirt, it turns to mud. But usually, that mud lasts a short time, and then […]
Superintendent Hill Turned Away from State Education Department - March 10, 2014 State Superintendent Cindy Hill returned to the Wyoming Department of Education on Monday morning, but she never made it past the lobby. Hill announced last week that she intended to resume her duties as head of the state education department starting Monday, since the Wyoming Supreme Court had ruled in January that the state law […]
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