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One-of-a-kind performance set for Friday

Thirty Central Wyoming College and area high school students will converge upon the Robert A. Peck Arts Center for a one-of-a-kind event Friday.
Beginning at ...

Local TEDx organizers seeking speaker proposals

TEDxCentralWyomingCollege is returning this year, and organizers say they are open to speaker proposals.
The submission deadline is Monday.
Potential ...

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CWC to host chuck wagon dinner
An evening of live entertainment and a Dutch oven dinner are planned for 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the Central Wyoming ...

Arts in Action season begins with free show Saturday

The organization will be promoting upcoming concerts and selling season tickets at the event.

Arts in Action starts off its 2014-2015 season Saturday ...

Central Wyoming College Second Wind Students have dedicated more than 100 hours of service to the community as part of their co-curricular credits in the ...

A 2008 graduate from Central Wyoming College recently made an appearance on national television to talk about her involvement in a documentary about nurses. ...

CWC selling tickets for new theater season

Season tickets for the 2014-2015 lineup of Central Wyoming College theater productions are on sale now at the box office.
"This year we will be performing ...

Ten quilts sewn by Central Wyoming College staff, students and faculty are on display in the Robert A. Peck Arts Center Gallery.
In February, CWC employees ...

WPBS faces 'perplexing' spectrum issue

Not many people think about the radio frequency spectrum on a regular basis, even though the natural resource is central to many daily functions, according to ...

Valdez inaugurated as new president; 300 students attend

Sometimes good advice does not sink in without a little humor.
"Don't be a baby," keynote ...

A meeting in Riverton hosted by a group that advises on national policy for wild horses became a lightning rod Monday for the ire of parties on all sides of ...

The Wyoming Department of Education held its Fifth Annual Native American Education Conference on Aug. 12 and 13 at Central Wyoming College in Riverton.
The ...

Wild horse, burro advisory board to meet in Riverton

The Bureau of Land Management's National Wild Horse and Burro advisory board will meet Aug. 25 in Riverton to discuss issues relating to the management and ...

New CWC Lander center to cost $850,000 more than estimated

The Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees has approved an extra $850,000 for the construction of a new facility in Lander.
Administrators said bids for ...

CWC event receives grant from Wyoming Humanities Council

The Wyoming Humanities Council has awarded grants to the Wyoming Association of Churches and Wyoming PBS.
The Wyoming Association of Churches was awarded ...

Change at the top

Central Wyoming College is seeing it, and everyone is involved

One of several tests to prove the worth of any institution is how well it handles ...

Start Up Institute returns to Jackson

Silicon Couloir and Central Wyoming College have partnered to bring the third session of the Start Up Institute to Jackson in the fall.
The Start Up ...

Second CWC board member declines to run for re-election

Another member of the Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees has decided not to run for re-election this year.
During a board meeting this month, Scott ...

Valdez on the job as CWC president; budget comes first

In his first official action as Central Wyoming College's new president, Dr. Cristobal Valdez recommended the CWC Board of Trustees pass the school's $36.8 ...

Ridgway earns performance award

The Wyoming Workforce Development Council has awarded Central Wyoming College's Lori Ridgway with the Outstanding Individual Performance Award at a state ...

 
 

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