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September in the rain
We're only halfway through the month, but anyone want to bet we've already had one of the half-dozen wettest Septembers in ...

Voters 'made a very good choice' on Health and Science Center

Editor:
On a nice summer evening we drove up to the Central Wyoming College campus and had a look from close-up at the new Health and Science Center up there. ...

City settles on overlay paving using money from 1 percent

The Riverton City Council has approved the recommendations from the Fix Our Roads Citizens Committee on pavement overlay projects on Watt Court to Dave's ...

Funding woes stall 1 percent tax work

City has yet to receive revenue from the levy

New recommendations from the Fix Our Roads Citizen Committee didn't go far after Riverton City Council ...

Sensible, not sexy

The first project to be funded by the 1 percent sales tax meet basic community needs

Less than one year after Fremont County voters agreed to impose ...

Central Wyoming College biology professor Steve McAllister says the new Health/Science Center on campus represents "quantum improvement" over the school's ...

The Health/Science Center at Central Wyoming College is the site of a lot of activity this month, with construction nearing completion and more equipment being ...

Completion of health/sci center means smaller college budget for FY14

The Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees have passed a preliminary budget for fiscal year 2014, which begins in July.
The $41.8 million budget is about ...

Crowded faculty anticipating campus upgrades

Though Central Wyoming College's spring semester is over, faculty president Matt Herr said his colleagues still are hard at work on the Riverton campus.
They ...

The nursing program at Central Wyoming College is expected to double in the coming years because of the completion of the Health/Science Center on campus.
CWC ...

CWC still seeking ideal site for new Lander center

Central Wyoming College officials again had limited information this month on progress toward a new facility in Lander.
The project has been a topic of ...

Members of the Central Wyoming College nursing faculty are getting excited about their upcoming move to the new Health/Science Center being constructed on ...

Top caliber

As CWC's Health/Science Center takes shape, its huge potential emerges as well

One of the great buildings ever constructed in Fremont County is ...

Legislative session good for CWC, McFarland says

Central Wyoming College President Jo Anne McFarland was complimentary of Fremont County's state representatives on their work related to the college during the ...

CWC board to choose candidate Wednesday

The Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees will select one of seven candidates Wednesday night to fill an open Subdistrict 2 seat representing Riverton and ...

Administrators at Central Wyoming College reported last week that work on the new Health/Science Center is progressing ahead of schedule on campus.
"Some of ...

CWC testing state reimbursement system

Central Wyoming College officials already are testing a new state reimbursement system that could become law if legislators approve Senate File 77.
The bill ...

Tuesday notes

Long hours
Speaking literally, these are the darkest days of the year. An old newsroom duty was the necessity of typing up the daily weather forecast, ...

184,000 strong

That's the equivalent number of 'users' of Central Wyoming College

We hope readers took note of reporter Katie Roenigk's story a few days ago about ...

Pass the tax

If we don't help ourselves, nobody else will do it

Some years ago, the State of Wyoming changed the way it shared revenue with Wyoming's cities and ...

 
 

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