Veteran leadership to make history for women’s basketball

Women’s basketball is back in action after a brief winter break and is continuing the same success as before. The Laramie County Community College team took a three-week break before returning to the court for a 28-point win against conference rivals Northwest College on Jan. 10. The team saw only one defeat in the month

Friday Night Stage Lights: music concert series grows lineup in seventh year

Fridays in the Asher is a popular spring concert series that has become a staple in the Cheyenne community. The series originally began in 2012 with direction from a small group of locals operating under a nonprofit known as Lights On. The group looked to fill the ground floor level space of the Hynds Building,

Women’s basketball sees success with O’Brien’s experience

The Golden Eagles starting point guard Karli O’Brien has proven to be a vital factor for Laramie County Community College women’s basketball. And as a returning sophomore, her experience is paying off. An-18 point game led the Golden Eagles to a win against Colorado State University club team, 79-22, on Nov. 24. O’Brien seems to

The Isaiah Tafoya Story

[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Pdr6vc3rIM%5B/embedyt%5D Born and raised in Cheyenne and he’s the first to let you know it. Isaiah Tafoya is a proud Wyomingite, whose passion for a pair of gloves has driven him to dedicate his life to the sport of boxing. Tafoya has recently decided to move from the amatuer ranks to professional boxing, a

Restaurant offers food through different cultures

Tasty Bones BBQ and Bakery in downtown Cheyenne is owned by Mike and Rachel Klemm. The restaurant is centered around the Klemm’s award-winning ribs and sauce but features an interesting combination of Filipino delicacies and an in-house bakery offering desserts and custom cakes.      As members of the Kansas City Barbeque Society, the Klemms

Gabi O’Connor leads Golden Eagles to success with her advantage from the three-point line

Athletes who have gone through adversity could either give up or use that adversity to that athlete’s advantage. Laramie County Community College sophomore guard Gabrielle O’Connor (Colorado Springs, Colorado) is one of those players for the Golden Eagles women’s basketball team.   O’Connor played for Pine Creek High School, where she achieved accolades such as

Karli O’Brien and Courtney Walker to lead women’s basketball as veterans in 18-19 season

The Laramie County Community College women’s basketball team will kick off its third season this year under coach Brian Ortmeier. The team finished with a record of 15-16 last season, scoring an average of 70 points per game.   Courtney Walker and Karli O’Brien are back as returning starters looking to add their experience to

Former student brings art exhibit ‘Missing Parts’ to LCCC

Artist James Overstreet, a former Laramie County Community College art major, was first drawn to art by his mother who loved arts and crafts. Art quickly developed into a central part of his life.   Shortly after high school, Overstreet became a father and said he felt like at that point his life needed some

Women’s soccer to close out at Gillette College

The Laramie County Community College soccer team finished out its final home game of the regular season, defeating Sheridan College 2-0 on Oct. 13. The Golden Eagles’ Amber Carlson scored in the 33rd minute on a cross from Taylor Stoeger. The second goal was scored by freshman Shaney McCabe in the 89th minute with an

Lincoln theater to open up as a new music venue in the spring

The famous Lincoln Theater located in downtown Cheyenne closed its doors in May. With a new owner buying the venue, the theater will soon be up and running, but movies won’t be on the marquee.   Originally a live performance venue, the theater opened its doors in 1929 with help from financier Francis E. Warren.

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