LCCC works to provide meals for many

Everyone loves sweets, but to diabetics, it could be disastrous if they eat food with processed sugars. Gluten is a problem for others. Some are allergic to peanuts. Even others can’t eat dairy products. There’s also those who choose to have dietary restrictions, as they are vegetarians or vegans. All this is why the Laramie

Native American Heritage Month struggles without elder’s guidance

In 2010, the Southwest Wyoming Intertribal Powwow Association presented a traditional Indian powwow with dancers, games and live drum and singer groups. This powwow was held at Laramie Country Community College and attended by more than 1,000 spectators, along with three drum groups and 25 dancers. Those days are gone now. As Native American Heritage

Student Veterans Day at LCCC

According to Kevin Yarbrough, Adviser for the Student Veteran’s Association, the following events to honor both veterans and those serving in the armed forces will take place on Veteran’s Day on Nov. 11: Activities will start off at 11 a.m. with a flag raising ceremony outside the front of the Administration Building. At noon, in

Spring 2019 Graduation Statistics

The Laramie County Community College faculty received high praise from the school registrar for completing the on-time submissions of Spring 2019 grades, ninety-nine-point nine percent of all grades were submitted within one hour of the submission deadline. The efforts of the faculty greatly contribute to the students being able to meet their needs to plan

Airport services in Cheyenne

On November 4, 2018 the new Cheyenne Airport opened for business. The airport is located at 2420 Airport Parkway West, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82003. The terminal was designed by Alliance and built by local contractor and local builders. The terminal building is 30,000 square feet of space with plenty of room for waiting. The cost of

Fly Cheyenne : worth the money

On May 21, 2019 this reporter flew out of Cheyenne Regional Airport for a vacation trip to Costa Rica. The weather was cold but sunny. The day before 8 inches of snow fell on the city of Cheyenne. I was worried that my flight would be cancelled. I arrived at the airport two hours before

Rev. Dean Paul Talagan will be missed

The Rev. Dr. Dean Paul Talagan, 85, of Cheyenne passed away Aug 13, 2019 at the Davis Hospice Center in Cheyenne. Talagan was born Oct. 23, 1933 in Cheyenne to Paul and Anastasia Talagan. He was a 1951 graduate from Cheyenne High School. Talagan earned a baccalaureate in classical Greek and history from the University

Clubwise: Collegiate Music Association

When:                1st Monday at 4 p.m.  in the Fine Arts building room 113 Who:                    Collegiate Music Association Fees:                    None Contact:               Beth Kean                              (307) 778-1316                        Officers:                 President: Zamboni Brown                                Vice Presidents: Ingrid Taylor and Sam Jones                                 Treasurer: Kayleigh Krafft                                  Secretary: Rudy Woodward   Purpose:                  To provide an area for music education beyond the classroom

Women’s soccer receives at-large bid to make NJCAA tournament

The Laramie County Community College women’s soccer team will be playing in the NJCAA National Tournament after winning an at-large bid.   The Golden Eagles did not make it to districts this season after falling short in the Region IX final against Western Wyoming Community College 1-0 on Oct. 27.  The Golden Eagles found out

LCCC instructor proposes Gen Ed idea to SGA

The Laramie County Community College Student Government Association met at 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 23 in the Crossroads building. There were eight people in attendance. Melanie Young, an English instructor, presented SGA with a draft of a proposed general education philosophy statement. The statement was crafted by members of the Guided Pathways General Education

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