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Laramie’s 17th Street Cafe: great service and great green chili

“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” – Virginia Woolf

A few months after moving to Laramie, my wife and I happened upon a little off-the-beaten-path restaurant called the 17th Street Café.

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17th Street Cafe, half a block off Grand Ave in Laramie.

Local author “soldier’s on” during employment

“Soldier On” is a fiction book by local author Vanessa Rasanen. The book tells the story of a soldier serving overseas and the relationship with his wife.

In the beginning of the book, Rasanen uses a lot of vivid words. This makes me wonder whether this is her everyday talk or an author’s way of writing to grab the reader’s attention as they eventually dissipate.

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Regional Winners: Sophomores Claire Lake (left) and Caitlin Garcia present their awards with coach Lanae McDonald (Photo credit Brianna Garcia)

Working hard to compete together

As the spring semester continues, the Laramie County Community College Equestrian Team continues to show and represent LCCC.

On the weekend of Feb 23-24, the team was in Fountain, Colorado, for its first English show of the semester.

“It went really well. I was very proud of them,” coach Lanae McDonald said. “Everyone placed, and they were consistent, so I was really happy.”

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Broadcast schedule

March 20 — Board of Trustees meeting

April 17 — Board of Trustees meeting

May 15 — Board of Trustees meeting

May 18 — LCCC Graduation

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