Kim Viner is a sixth-generation Laramie native and graduate of the University of Wyoming. He served in the U.S. Navy from 1974 through 1994, retiring with the rank of commander. He is currently a volunteer docent at the Laramie Plains Museum and serves on the board of the Albany County Historical Society.
Carrie Burton is best known as the first African American to attend the University of Wyoming. Her parents—mother Katie Burton and stepfather Tom Price—were both born into slavery, but Katie moved to Wyoming Territory in the 1887 and Tom retired there after being discharged from the 9th … Read MoreCarrie Burton Overton (1888-1975)