Rodeo team season concludes; Brown commits to UW

The Laramie County Community College rodeo team looked to bounce back after a disappointing fall season, and they did just that. At the Gillette College rodeo on March 16-17, the men’s team placed third overall with 445 points and the women placed seventh with 130 points. Bernard Girard won the tie-down roping event at the

Volleyball star Martin signs with Augusta

Another sophomore from the volleyball team has signed to extend her career at the next level.   Kylie Martin, a radiography major and a native of Gypsum, Colorado, has signed her letter of intent to play at Augusta University. AU plays in NCAA Division II, going 24-8 last season and winning the Peach Belt Conference

Editor says one last goodbye

If you don’t have emotions or enjoy living life with feelings, this piece isn’t for you. So, “thank you, next.”   I have been at Laramie County Community College for the past two years, and on May 18, I’ll be walking the stage at commencement and leaving LCCC for good. This is just a soap

Volleyball picks back up after coaching change

Laramie County Community College lost its most successful volleyball coach in the program’s history when  Austin Albers, who led LCCC to a record of 145-57 and two top-10 finishes at the national tournament, announced his departure earlier this year. But it didn’t take long to fill those big shoes with the signing of new coach

Rodeo team succeeds after disappointing fall season

The Laramie County Community College rodeo team looked to bounce back after a disappointing fall season, and they did just that. At the Gillette College rodeo on March 16-17, the men’s team placed third overall with 445 points and the women placed seventh with 130 points. Bernard Girard won the tie-down roping event at the

Beloved history teacher leaving college after semester

People make differences in other people’s lives every day. Whether it is a coach, a boss, a close friend or even a teacher. A teacher that has made a difference in many lives is Mary Ludwig, who is moving on after this semester to pursue a doctorate. Ludwig has been a history teacher for Laramie

Photo by Jack Buseck

Ortmeier reflects on successful season

The Laramie County Community College women’s basketball team concluded its season in the quarterfinals of the Region IX tournament. The Golden Eagles beat Central Wyoming College 69-60 on March 1 to advance in the Region IX tournament. They would go on to play Northeastern Junior College on March 7. LCCC struggled shooting the ball as

Getting back to work on the court

The Laramie County Community College men’s basketball team’s season ended March 2. That’s when the start of the 2019-20 season began. LCCC traveled to Riverton to face Central Wyoming College in the first round of the Region IX tournament. The game didn’t go as hoped for LCCC and its fans, as LCCC lost the game

Brown, healthy rodeo team look forward to spring season

Spring season is coming up for the Laramie County Community College rodeo team after a short break over Christmas, and first-year head coach Seth Glause said he couldn’t be more excited to get back from the break. During the fall season, the Golden Eagles were plagued with injuries. The break was something that the team

Trying to continue the success

Laramie County Community College announced that Keri Coats would be taking over as the new head volleyball coach on Feb. 26, replacing departed coach Austin Albers. Coats is from Twin Falls, Idaho where she was teaching fifth grade. She didn’t start her volleyball career until eighth grade, because the schools she attended did not have

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