ULTIMATE SUMMER FUN GUIDE: Cheyenne Depot Plaza Events

The Cheyenne Depot, originally a Union Pacific Depot, has been restored to its original glory and is home to a museum, visitor center and restaurant. The Plaza outside will host a plethora of events this summer ranging from live music, pancake breakfasts, festivals and other social events.   Cheyenne Train Weekend When: Saturday, May 18,

College has named a new Director of Athletics and Campus Recreation

Laramie County Community College has announced a new Director of Athletics and Campus Recreation, Clark Rasmussen. Rasmussen will join the Golden Eagles after serving as assistant athletic director at the College of Southern Idaho. During his time at Southern Idaho, Rasmussen was heavily invested in fundraising, promotions, corporate sponsorships, mass and multimedia exposure and direct

Athletics restock rosters with Cheyenne talent

The Laramie County Community College sports teams are gearing up for the 2018-19 seasons and already have signed a handful of local athletes from Cheyenne high schools.   Vince Gibson, the men’s soccer coach, has recruited and signed four soccer players from Cheyenne, the most of any team at LCCC. Liam Leslie, Parker Longbottom and

ULTIMATE SUMMER FUN GUIDE: Friday’s on the Plaza

Fridays on the Plaza When: Fridays, June 1 until Sept. 7, 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Where: The Depot Plaza, 121 W. 15th Street, Cheyenne, Wyo. What it is: The Wyoming Tribune Eagle has been hosting a summer concert series since 2004. From 2004-2011, the WTE chose the performing bands, but starting in 2012 the

ULTIMATE SUMMER FUN GUIDE: Local fishing spots

Cheyenne is not typically considered a good fishing spot compared to the rest of the state.Places like Casper, Jackson, and Green River are more popular spots, but Cheyenne has some good locations to offer without having to drive or hike. There are two lakes in the middle of Cheyenne, and two reservoirs located west of

Seven presidents lead college to new heights; bond issues fuel several campus expansions

Editors note: LCCC will celebrate its 50th anniversary in the fall of 2018. As part of the celebration, the Wingspan staff is looking back through the archives to highlight some of the important—and not so important—moments in the history of student media and the college. Laramie County voters approved the creation of Laramie County Community

Women fall short of making regional tournament

The Laramie County Community College women’s basketball team concluded its 2017-18 season going 1-7 in its last eight games and missed the Region IX tournament. Don’t let the last eight games fool you, the Golden Eagles played five out of their last eight on the road and had two close losses to Trinidad State, one

A life for a gun: now is the time for laws

The largest protest in American history took place on Saturday, March 24, dethroning the protests against the Vietnam War in the 60’s. March for Our Lives brought in an estimated 1.2 million people across the U.S., with an estimated 800,000 protesters in Washington, D.C., the largest recorded tally for a protest. March for Our Lives

Four sophomores depart after this year

The Laramie County Community College women’s basketball team is in its second season since being reintroduced last year, and four sophomores this year are the first players to finish their community college careers with the new program. Darian Hale, Madison Hamm, Katelyn Smith and Caylin Arnold are the four sophomores who will depart after this

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