Doesn’t work for me: Student employee frustrated with weekly hour cap

I’ve been involved with Laramie County Community College for three years, both as a student and employee. With the skills I’ve developed through the media program at LCCC, I’m fortunate enough to say I’ve gotten a lot of work experience. I’ve done professional video and design work for a variety of clients around Cheyenne, but

Trustees rename two areas in new library

The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees unanimously voted for the naming of two areas in the newly renovated Ludden Library. In 2017, Platte Valley Bank gifted the LCCC Foundation a monetary donation to help support the renovation and expansion of the library. The intent was to assist the Foundation in its efforts to

Board of Trustees chairman to not return after his four-year term

Current Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees Chair Bradley Barker III will be wrapping up his four-year term as a trustee in November. Barker was initially elected to the board in 2014 after several years working as an admissions representative for LCCC. Barker said he had a close friendship with former vice chairman of

REVIEW: Beautifully written play should be a full production

For one weekend only, Laramie County Community College’s theater program put on a staged reading performance of “Letters From The Front” by Nick Wood. Wood, an LCCC employee and Navy veteran, conducted interviews with other combat veterans. When writing the play, Wood said he kept the interviewee’s identities confidential, to help them open up about

From column writer to President: why you should vote for Hamel in 2020

It’s that time of year again; the sun isn’t shining because the weather is turning awful, the birds aren’t singing because it’s too cold now, and it’s time to cast your vote on a ballot where you recognize five percent of the names. That’s right, it’s election season. First off, we’ve got plenty of information

LCCC veteran to put on staged reading of “Letters From the Front”

“Letters From The Front” by Nick Wood is a staged reading of a new play to be performed starting at 7 p.m. on Sept. 21 and Sept. 22 in the Laramie County Community College Playhouse. Wood is an LCCC employee in Plant Operations and a Navy veteran who said he took his first acting class

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