Raised to be a rider: Freshman phenom wins CSU rodeo

Some athletes don’t find their sports calling until later stages in their life and some are born for a sport. Rodeo athlete Caydee Johnson was riding horses at six months old — she was born to compete in the arena. “I started riding at six months old with my mom in the saddle, and my

Shooting guard set to continues his playing career at Fairfield University

Laramie County Community College standout Landon Taliaferro has decided on Fairfield University in Connecticut to continue his college basketball career. Sophomore guard Taliaferro (Boulder, Colorado) was named to the 2018 All-Region IX First Team and led the country in three pointers made with 130. Taliaferro led the Golden Eagles in scoring this year, averaging 22.1

Wyoming Legislature steps back on marijuana regulations

The 2018 Wyoming Legislature took up the issue of redefining punishments for edible marijuana in the state. Two bills would have helped state law enforcement define and set criminal charges for anyone caught with non-traditional marijuana — edibles or concentrate. House Bill 16, which focused on edibles, was voted down on introduction to the floor

Sharp shooter earns spot on Region IX first team

Laramie County Community College men’s basketball standout Landon Taliaferro has been recognized for his on-court performance in the 2017-18 season with a selection to the All-Region IX First Team. Taliaferro led the nation in three pointers made this season with 130. He shot 48.7 percent from behind the arc, which was seventh in the nation

Second amendment supporter has a change of mind

It seems like at least once every six months, when you turn on the television or check social media, you find out another deathly shooting has occured on American soil. The most recent was the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida, and just like most shootings that take place in America, it

Elvis inspired breakfast club serves early-birds since 1997

R&B Breakfast Club has been a breakfast staple for the city of Cheyenne since its inception in 1997. Founder and owner Bill Garcia started R&B Breakfast Club back on Oct. 15, 1997, and never envisioned it would become the restaurant it is today. “My original plan was just to do breakfast delivery,” Garcia said. “I

Lyle Lovett & His Large Band to perform at the Civic Center

The Cheyenne Civic Center will host a musical performance by Lyle Lovett & His Large Band on Sept. 5. Tickets went on sale March 16 and can now be purchased online at http://www.cheyenneciviccenter.org, in person at the box office, located at 510 W. 20th St. in Cheyenne, or by calling 307-637-6363. “Not only will Lovett’s

Soccer players continue careers outside of Laramie County Community College

Two Golden Eagles women soccer players have decided to extend their playing careers at four year universities.   Nikita Woods and Abby Morillon signed their letters of intent on Feb. 28. Sophomore midfielder Woods (Corrimal, Australia) signed her letter of intent with Division II Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kansas. Sophomore midfielder Morillon (Cheyenne,

Men’s basketball loses opening playoff game against Lamar Community College

  Laramie County Community College men’s basketball sophomore guard Elijah Oliver eclipsed the 1,000 point mark in the Golden Eagles’ playoff loss to Lamar Community College. The LCCC men’s basketball team lost to Lamar Community College 76-74 on March 3. Oliver led the Golden Eagles in scoring with a game-high 28 points. Sophomore guards Landon

Former Golden Eagle goalkeeper makes lifelong dream a reality

Former Laramie County Community College soccer player Angel Alvarez hopes to become a  hometown hero as a professional soccer player. Alvarez played for the Golden Eagles in 2017 after transfering from Lakeland Community College in Ohio, where he played as a freshman. He started 12 games for the Golden Eagles and had 78 saves with

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