Where and how to vote in the upcoming election

Early voting is already underway in Laramie County, but most residents will likely wait to cast ballots on Election Day, Nov. 6. Debra Lee, the Laramie County clerk, and Linnea Rounds, an election judge, help explain how to vote, where to vote and what to do when preparing to vote.   Lee said that most

Wingspan to host LCCC Board of Trustees election forum

Candidates for the Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will have the opportunity to share their platforms and answer questions during a candidate forum hosted by Wingspan Student Media, the Cheyenne League of Women Voters and the Wyoming Tribune Eagle.   The forum will begin at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 2, in the ANB

LCCC to ask voters for $6 million for campus renovation

This November voters will be asked to decide whether Laramie County Community College will be able to renovate the Fine Arts building and construct a new performing arts center.  The total cost for the project is $14 million.  The Wyoming Legislature has approved a $7 million contribution toward the project, with LCCC expected to come

Student Government Association to elect new members

Fall elections for the Student Government Association will be held online the fourth week of September. SGA will hold a candidate forum on Sept. 18.  Candidates will be allowed to speak briefly about why they would like to be part of the organization and why they should be elected. Constance Woolhether was elected President and

Post Capital Campaign Election Results Interviews

Wingspan hosted a full election broadcast coverage of the Capital Campaign Elections results at 8 p.m. MT on spectrum 191 in Laramie County on Nov. 8th. We interviewed President Dr. Joe Schaffer, Board Chair of Trustees, Carol Merrell, and the Dean of the School of Arts and Humanities, Daniel Powell on their reactions to the

Capital Campaign election results

Laramie County voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly rejected a bond that would have gone toward improving LCCC’s Fine Arts Building, Recreation and Athletics Center and residence halls. Of people who cast ballots, 58.78 percent voted against the bond, and 41.22 percent voted for it. The approximately $29.5 million bond would have gone toward improvements at LCCC

Poll analysis strikes bond conversation

  Laramie County Community College is entering a bond election on Nov. 7 that, if passed, will help fund current projects on campus. The current projects are renovations of the Fine Arts and Recreation and Athletic Complex buildings, and construction of an auditorium and new residence hall.   According to The Economic Value of Wyoming

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