LARAMIE, wyo – Thirteen seniors will play their last game at Wyoming on Saturday.
Their last game will be against Border War rival Colorado State at Jonah Field at War Memorial Stadium.
The seniors include receivers David Leonard, Zach Bolger and Travis Burkhalter.
Leonard will leave with his name in the record books. He is ninth in career receptions with 147, and he could finish as high as seventh. He likely will lead the team in catches and yards for the second straight season.
LARAMIE, wyo – Efforts by the Northern Arapaho tribe to raise money for scholarships received a major boost this week. The Arapaho Educational Trust Capital Campaign says it received it's first, major outside gift of 15-thousand dollars from Chemtrade Refinery Services.
The endowment receives a majority of its money from tribal gaming operations - three-percent of casino revenue - and has also received a 5-thousand dollar donation from Marathon Oil.
LARAMIE, wyo – The problem of suicides among gay youth has drawn national attention this fall and the Wyoming Department of Health is trying to raise awareness of the resources available in the state to help prevent it. Wyoming typically has among the highest suicide rates in the nation. State Suicide Prevention Specialist Keith Hotle says one of the biggest challenges is encouraging young people to talk to adults. He says 70 percent of kids won't tell an adult if they have a friend who's suicidal.