LCCC celebrates national Hispanic heritage month with Day of the Dead event

Students at LCCC had an opportunity to learn about the Day of the Dead on October 15th at the CCC Student Lounge. Day of the Dead, or Dia de los Muertos is a Hispanic holiday where families pay respects to their deceased loved ones with a celebration involving music, food, and dance among other festivities. It’s believed that the

Friendships formed over the undead

On an otherwise quiet Friday night on the LCCC campus, is usually spent doing homework, Antony Andrikopoulus and Shawn Smith found themselves trying to survive in a world overcome by zombies. The LCCC Tabletop Gaming club, which started rolling in early September, introduced their first role-playing game event on Oct. 11th with “Last Night on

Haunted house in downtown Cheyenne

Nightmare on 17th Street is a haunted house in downtown Cheyenne which has been running every October for over 30 years. Located in 312 ½ W. 17th Street also known as the Grand Lodge, the upstairs lobby can seat a few hundred patrons while they wait to enter the basement of the building where the

Children’s Village Celebrates 10 years

  On Sunday September 22, 2019 a beautiful fall day, Paul Smith’s Children’s Village held their 10th birthday party. Organized by Aaron Sommers, the party was a big success and enjoyed by many kids of all ages.  The festivities began with interactive storytime that involved the children bouncing tennis balls and using pool noodles as

Local Author Day Creates a World to Read

Unless one is an author themselves, they cannot understand the excitement when entering the world of authors. Such was Local Author Day at the Laramie County Library in Cheyenne WY, on September 14, 2019. For a third time this year, the Laramie County Library has opened its doors to reach out to local authors. It

Food and fun at the farmers market

The farmers market in Cheyenne started 38 years ago. It runs for 10 weeks, from the first of August until the first of October. At the time of writing, there are 42 vendors, each selling a variety of artisan goods and fresh produce. All proceeds from the farmers market go to an organization called Community

Laramie County Library presents Local Author Day

Laramie County Library will be celebrating its third year of an event that focuses on local authors. Local Author Day was started back in September of 2017. This year, it is celebrated on Saturday, Sept 14th. According to Robin Papaleka who is the Adult Programming Specialist for the Library, they are expecting a number of

LCCC’s student media to host social media training with the Facebook Journalism Project

The Facebook Journalism Project will host a free training on how to best leverage the social media giant’s tools and platform to keep audiences informed at 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 14, in the ANB Bank Center at Laramie County Community College in Cheyenne, Wyoming.    Journalists, communication specialists, and the public are encouraged to attend

Play review: “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” An impressive reinterpretation

  “Not all murderers are caught, not all murderers are stopped”, “but who would kill a dog”? One doesn’t need to travel to a London stage to experience a remarkable rendition of a revival of “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time,” a play by Simon Stephens, and adaption of the book by

Bubble Teas & Bags @ the Paramount

      Come Celebrate Earth Day event at the Paramount April 20th from 2pm-4pm, events include: Exchange 10 single use plastic bags for a reusable bag. Bring in a t-shirt & they’ll help you make it into a “hobo” bag Win some Cool “Alternative to Plastic Items” When you purchase a reusable cup or

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