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

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

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

LCCC gets its first eSports club

Students who enjoy casual and competitive multiplayer video games can share their interests with other students at LCCC’s first official eSports club.  Electronic gaming has an incredibly popular and diverse culture surrounding it, a large portion of which interacts online with multiplayer games. Communal gaming in the past was primarily limited to lan-parties, split screen

Ghost Trolley

Cheyenne’s Ghost Trolley tour first started in 1994. With this year being the 25th year of thrilling tales of what goes bump in the night in Cheyenne, this year you will be starting off in the basement of Cheyenne’s Depot Museum. Starting with a haunting walk-through to set the mood before you even set foot

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