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Central Wyoming College's speech and debate team preps for nationals

Central Wyoming College's speech and debate team is hoping to repeat the success it had last year while learning a new style of debate.
Coach Josh House has ...

Funding nixed for CWC's outreach site in Jackson

The Wyoming House of Representatives failed to pass a budget amendment Thursday that would have provided funding for a Central Wyoming College outreach center ...

CWC's marketing director wants entire staff involved in promotion

Lori Ridgway wants to implement the "orchestrator" model of marketing.

After the retirement of two longtime public information employees last year, ...

CWC leader joins others in support of bill that recalibrates funding for colleges

Wyoming's community college presidents sent a letter to legislators this week in support of a bill that originally was intended to recalibrate funding for ...

CWC adds counselor to improve care

Central Wyoming College's counseling services are changing to improve care and outreach.
Counselor Lance Goede said he and Deb Starks -- a full-time counselor ...

'The King and I' to open Feb. 26 at CWC

Rodgers and Hammerstein's "The King and I" will open Feb. 26 at the Robert A. Peck Arts Center Theater at Central Wyoming College in Riverton.
The cast of 67 ...

CWC, other colleges don't favor bill on guns in school

Wyoming community college officials, including Central Wyoming College president Cristobal Valdez, are opposed to a bill that would allow people with concealed ...

Entrepreneurship program applications due Monday

Silicon Couloir and Central Wyoming College have partnered to bring the fourth session of the Start Up Institute to Jackson this spring.
The Start Up ...

Being human through dance

RHS graduate leads Saturday performance

A Riverton High School graduate is returning to town this weekend to showcase the company she has developed ...

Man found frozen at CWC was intoxicated

Autopsy results show Dominick Arthur, 46, of Fremont County, was intoxicated at the time of his death.
His blood-alcohol content was .24 when he died of ...

CWC students experiencing high enrollee success

Central Wyoming College may not enroll as many people as other educational institutions in the state, but administrators say CWC students are likely to ...

CWC chief contemplates zero-cost college idea

In his State of the Union address Jan. 20, President Barack Obama repeated his desire to lower the cost of community college to $0 for students.
"Free ...

Calvert to retire as public TV chief this summer

Two years after announcing --then withdrawing --her retirement in 2013, Ruby Calvert says she is ready to leave her post as general manager of the Wyoming ...

Wood to leave CWC administrative position

The vice president for student and academic services has worked at the college for nearly five years.

Central Wyoming College vice president for ...

BYU dance team to perform in Riverton

The Brigham Young University ballroom dance company is bringing its world champion showcase "Capture the Magic" to Riverton.
The show will begin at 7 p.m. ...

Miserable fate

Community mustn't brush aside two hypothermia deaths

It ought to be troubling to note that two men in our community have, apparently, frozen to death ...

Authorities identify man found dead on college campus

Dominic Lee Arthur Sr., 46, was not associated with the school.

The man found dead Dec. 31 at Central Wyoming College has been identified as Dominic ...

Man found dead on CWC campus Wednesday; likely a victim of hypothermia

A 46-year-old Riverton-area man was found dead Wednesday on the Central Wyoming College campus in Riverton.
Initial reports indicate he died of probable ...

Trustees to abide by CWC per diem rule

The newest members of the Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees were vocal in their desire to adhere to per diem allowances for trustee travel.
The ...

Waiting game for new skate rink as ice gets thicker

It's only a matter of time --and temperature --before Riverton residents are able to skate on the new ice rink installed this month at the intersection of West ...

 
 

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