Voters approve ballot measure to benefit Fine Arts programs

[embedyt]   By Courtney Walston and Josh McLees Laramie County Community College’s ballot initiative for a property tax increase to fund the renovation of the college’s Fine Arts building and construction of a performing arts center passed with 60.93 percent of residents voting for the measure.   When LCCC asked the public for a nearly

Performer’s perspective: Why you should vote yes for LCCC mill levy

Ever since grade school I’ve been involved with the performing arts. My involvement spans from being in grade school choirs that sang “Deck the Halls” on a stage in a cafeteria and singing numbers from “Grease” in a high school auditorium, to singing a beautiful arrangement of “Amazing Grace” with a collegiate choral group on

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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