News and Updates
Five Ways Wyoming Libraries Can Help Small Businesses and Entrepreneurs
Local libraries can enhance their services as an essential information provider for small businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs in Wyoming, turning librarians into heroes that help grow local economies and new jobs.
A Wyoming Couple is Visiting All Our Libraries
Libraries are an important part of many Americans’ daily lives, but for one soon-to-be-Wyoming couple, they’re such an important part of life that they’re making their decision about where to move based on the public libraries!
Get Groovy with Laramie County Library System’s Summer Reading Challenge
Read for prizes all summer long with Laramie County Library System’s 2023 Summer Reading Challenge, Peace, Kindness, Reading!
Wyoming Library-to-Business launches in Lincoln County
In the state of Wyoming, we have received a 2.5 million dollar grant from the Small Business Association to implement this initiative. Wyoming Library to Business Network launched in March of 2021.
Wyoming Free Library features ‘Reading Tails’ program
WYOMING — The Wyoming Free Library welcomed over a dozen children recently to read to a black-and-white rabbit named Jillian on a recent Saturday afternoon.
UW and Laramie County Library System Offer Blood Pressure Cuffs for Checkout
Self-measured blood pressure monitoring kits are now available for checkout at libraries in Cheyenne, Burns, Pine Bluffs and the Laramie County bookmobile.
Campbell County library board considers letting users put warning stickers on books
GILLETTE – A group of residents, along with members of the Campbell County Public Library Board, has proposed having trigger warnings to alert patrons about the contents of certain books.
If you’re approaching retirement and wondering about health insurance, attend Medicare 101 at Campbell County Public Library on Saturday, May 20 at 1:30pm to learn the basics of Wyoming Medicare coverage.