Cheyenne’s Downtown Murals

  When you think of Cheyenne, the first thing that probably comes to mind is Cheyenne Frontier Days: The western-themed celebration has operated for more than 120 years, and the downtown area is decorated to reflect that era. But some officials, residents, and artists would like to see Cheyenne expand its diversification and join more

Nursing students answer the call even after coronavirus concerns

Bryan Crist has always been drawn back to nursing. His dad was a combat medic and nurse.  His stepmom is a trauma nurse here in Cheyenne. He’s done other things. He worked as a stove and fireplace installer and repairman. He spent nine years as a welder and mechanic. But he, like his parents, kept

LCCC campus security team

James Crosby, Campus Safety Director, and his crew of security officers have the accomplishments and backgrounds in psychology, theology and even anti-terrorism to ensure the safety of everyone at Laramie County Community College. Juan Maldenado, Campus Safety Assistant Director, acts as Crosby’s right-hand man. Alongside Crosby and Maldenado there are six full-time campus safety officers

LCCC Wyoming Highway Patrol Partnership

It’s easy to get caught up in the comradery of the Wyoming Highway Patrol cadets who are taking part in a new program recently added at Laramie County Community College. The 10 men who gather in room 217 of the Flex Tech building at LCCC are from all over the country, but they all speak

Therapy dog helps student succeed

As you are walking the halls of Laramie County Community College, you might have seen a  beautiful black German shepherd walking beside a young man as he makes his way to class. They are inseparable: Where you find one, you’ll find the other. Dogs aren’t allowed on campus. But Theia is no ordinary dog.  Ryan

National Coming Out Day: Tara Ritchie’s Story

Tara Ritchie saw the flyer for National Coming Out Day posted in the hallway and made a decision: It was time to meld two different parts of her life into one. Ritchie 58, an administrative assistant for the School of Health Sciences & Wellness who is also a student in psychology, saw that Students Alliance

Children’s Village Celebrates 10 years

  On Sunday September 22, 2019 a beautiful fall day, Paul Smith’s Children’s Village held their 10th birthday party. Organized by Aaron Sommers, the party was a big success and enjoyed by many kids of all ages.  The festivities began with interactive storytime that involved the children bouncing tennis balls and using pool noodles as

Amanda Brown moves up to a new position

Amanda Brown has worn quite a few different hats here at LCCC. She started here as a student in 2002 and then in 2014 she was hired as an adviser. Now she is teaching psychology to it’s students and in between she’s been a counselor and taught COLS. You might wonder why she’s been in

Students can receive jobs by on campus career fair

If you are looking for a job or even a lifelong career, then the Laramie County Community College Career Fair was the place to be on Tuesday, April 23. The Career Fair was held in the Multipurpose room in the Recreation and Athletics Complex with around 90 employers in attendance. The event was co-sponsored by

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