If Mathis acquires WyoTech, LCCC’s prospectus plans to be fulfilled

Laramie County Community College’s plans to acquire WyoTech are now in limbo as the Educational Credit Management Corporation, the company that currently owns the trade school, has shown interest in an offer from a private buyer. According to a report from Ike Fredregill in the Laramie Boomerang, WyoTech could be purchased by former WyoTech president

ULTIMATE SUMMER FUN GUIDE: Centennial Elevation Celebration

When: July 7, at noon. Where: Centennial at the Mountain View Historic Hotel and Cafe What: An annual music and artisan festival featuring seven musicians, with intent to fundraise for the Local Search and Rescue and the Volunteer Fire Department. Cost: Tickets are $10, if ordered ahead of time, and $15 at the gate. More:

ULTIMATE SUMMER FUN GUIDE: Cheyenne Civic Center

All the following events take place at the Cheyenne Civic Center, at 2101 O’Neil Avenue. More information can be found by visiting http://www.cheyenneevents.org/civic/   Label: The Midtown Men When: May 4 at 7:30 p.m. What it is: A vocal rock ensemble performing music mostly from the 1960s. The members consist of former stars from the

ULTIMATE SUMMER FUN GUIDE: Greeley Blues Jam

When: June 8 from 4 p.m. to midnight;. June 9 from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Where: In Downtown Greeley, Colorado at the 9th Street Plaza and surrounding area. On June 9 at the Island Grove Arena at 501 N. 14th Ave. What: The Greeley Blues Jam is a festival featuring multiple blues bands across

New 24-hour technical support system open

Laramie County Community College added a new 24 hour portal for students and employees to get technical support. LCCC Chief Technology Officer Chad Marley said what is supported won’t change. If students or employees have questions on topics such as technical issues on campus, software they need to use, or college accounts, they can now

College lays out plan to procure WyoTech

Laramie County Community College released a plan to acquire Laramie-based WyoTech with the release of a prospectus. The prospectus outlines the support the college will need in both the short term and long term from the state, Albany County and the city of Laramie, and WyoTech’s current owner. Albany County Campus Associate Vice President Brady

New program ignites business opportunities

Laramie County Community College offers students and Cheyenne community members an entrepreneurship certificate program to learn how to start a business. The program is a four-course certificate program headed by Minden Fox, a Laramie County Community College marketing instructor. The program is overseen by LCCC Business Chairperson Jeffrey Shmidl, and the business department may add

Are video games to blame?

I had heard in the news recently that President Donald Trump had said that he’s surprised violent video games don’t affect a small percentage of kids in a negative way. This isn’t the first time he’s talked about violent video games. Trump tweeted in 2012, “Video game violence and glorification must be stopped – it’s

Theatre program takes home two regional honors

Laramie County Community College’s Theatre received two awards from this year’s Region 7 Kennedy Center/American College Theatre Festival. The festival honored several people for last fall’s production of “The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later”. Lighting designer Alexander Soden, stage manager Emilygrace Piel and set designer Solveig Gasner were awarded the Don Child Collaboration Award through

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