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UW aims for cooperation with colleges

The University of Wyoming will likely have to make another round of budget cuts in coming months, but when president Laurie Nichols came to Riverton on Monday, ...

Editor's note: This piece was compiled using archives from The Ranger and from "Central Wyoming College: The First Twenty-Five Years," a CWC publication. It ...

Editor's note: This piece was compiled using archives from The Ranger and from "Central Wyoming College: The First Twenty-Five Years," a CWC publication. It ...

Upcoming music concert highlights local student

The Central Wyoming College Music Department presents a student recital on Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the Music Rehearsal Room of the Robert A. Peck Arts Center. The ...

The long view

CWC planners had it, as evidenced by the college on its 50th anniversary

The first pictures of what would become the Central Wyoming College campus ...


Editor's note: This piece was compiled using archives from The Ranger and from "Central Wyoming College: The First Twenty-Five Years," a CWC publication. ...

No one was injured during an electrical issue in a rain gutter at about 4:30 p.m. Thursday the Central Wyoming College Intertribal Education and Community ...



Editor's note: This piece was compiled using archives from The Ranger and from "Central Wyoming College: The First Twenty-Five Years," a CWC ...

It's pouring

State legislators need to use the rainy-day fund

Newly-named Central Wyoming College president Brad Tyndall has it right.
The state of Wyoming ...

More cuts at CWC would threaten key programs, basic services

If the Wyoming Legislature orders community colleges to make more cuts next year, Central Wyoming College President Brad Tyndall said his institution has three ...

Tyndall says more cuts would be 'strangulation'

Tyndall supports proposition to use rainy day funds to offset reductions.

Central Wyoming College president Brad Tyndall hopes the state uses its ...

CWC's health grant gone

The grant brought $1.6 million to the school from the U.S. Department of Labor.

The Healthcare Solutions Grant that Central Wyoming College received ...

Administrators plan to stop enrollment decline at CWC

Administrators at Central Wyoming College are enacting several measures to address a decrease in full-time enrollment this semester.
As of Nov. 7, officials ...

President Tyndall

Removing the 'interim' label from the CWC president's title was an easy, positive decision

It wasn't exactly the most electrifying announcement in ...

CWC asks Tyndall to be president on permanent basis

The Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees asked Brad Tyndall to become the school's permanent president during a meeting Wednesday evening.
Tyndall has ...

For love of country

Riverton woman follows father's footsteps to serve in the Marines.

Heather Holbert of Riverton traveled to the east coast this summer to regain her ...

Schoening: Board cohesion useful in trying times

Nicole Schoening is running unopposed to keep her seat on the Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees.
She was appointed to represent Riverton-Shoshoni ...

Over: Tuned in to communities in rural county

Ernie Over didn't expect to be unopposed when he filed early for the open Subdistrict 1 seat on the Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees.
He hopes he can ...

Underwood: Key issues surround student success

Carlton Underwood has been thinking about student success at Central Wyoming College for a long time.
When he ran in 2012 for the Subdistrict 3 seat he ...

CWC board chairman has opponent for Lander seat

College board trustees represent different geographic areas of Fremont County, but they are voted on countywide.

The two men vying for the open ...

 
 

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