Phi Theta Kappa at Laramie County Community College has been working on a service project for Veterans. Phi Theta Kappa had teamed up with Student Veterans of America to give care packages and letters to the men and women in the National Guard who are recently deployed. The food items that were donated
Laramie County Community College Freshman Courtney Walker plays guard for the Golden Eagles women’s basketball team. She said she hopes for a good season this year. Walker transferred from Centennial High School in Las Vegas, Nevada. She played for their women’s basketball team, and they won three state championships in 2015, 2016 and
The Cheyenne- Laramie County Health Department is wanting employees to know basic food safety guidelines. Sodexo Manager Kennith Coder explained some health safety guide lines his staff performs everyday to be successful at Laramie County Community College. “There are health and safety modules that people do online, that are through the company. Employees can
The Cheyenne-Laramie County Employees Federal Credit Union will be sponsoring an event called “Take Your Best Shot.” This is a photo contest that will be held Feb. 1 – Feb. 28 at the Cheyenne Civic Center and will be limited to the first 150 photos received. Registration will be held from 7:30 a.m. – 4:30
Golden Eagles’ Abby Morillon gives a look into what it takes to be a part of a nationally ranked soccer team
Editors Note: Abby Morillon, a member of the Golden Eagles women’s soccer team, will be checking in periodically from the 2017 NCJAA women’s national soccer championship tournament with a behind-the-scenes look at the team in its quest to win a national title. The 2017 NJCAA Women’s national soccer tournament is being held in Melbourne, Florida.
The Laramie County Community College men’s soccer team closed the 2017 season with an overall record of 3-12-1, finishing 4th out of 5 teams in the Division 1-North Region IX standings. The Golden Eagles started the season on Aug. 25 with a 3-1 road loss to Barton County Community College. Defender Quinn Hunt scored
The Recreation & Athletic Complex is a place at Laramie County Community College where students can participate in activities and get fit. LCCC is proposing RAC renovations to encourage more students to use the facility. The RAC has been long overdue for a renovations, and students have come out and voiced their opinion on what
Students Working in their field Laramie County Community College offers ways to begin your career while earning a degree. Megan Davis, an LCCC freshman, graduated from East High School in Cheyenne. Davis works at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center as a Certified Nurse’s Assistant. Her hours are from 7:00 p.m. -1:00 a.m., and she said she
The LCCC Food Pantry has moved and is now located in the Crossroads Building. With the new location, the pantry is looking for donations. To donate; deliver single serve-meals, canned fruit, canned meats, freezer foods, soups nuts and canned vegetables, etc. to Zeke Sorenson in room CCC109 or the BATS Office BT104.
The Wyoming Art Council will be holding a statewide art summit Nov. 2 through Nov. 4 in Lander, Wyoming in the Lander Community and Convention Center. They are looking for college faculty and students who are interesting in attending. There is a $50 entrance fee for students, and a $75 fee for organization groups this