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


LCCC opens its doors to the public for its 50th Anniversary celebration

Laramie County Community College will be opening its doors to the public for its 50th year anniversary celebration.   From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 20, the celebration will start on the Albany County Campus with a BBQ and an invitation-only Visionaries’ Reception.   Troy Rumpf, LCCC’s strategic communications and marketing manager,

College’s longest serving teacher recalls 41 years of students and politics

Dave Zwonitzer has been an instructor of Philosophy, Humanities and English at Laramie County Community College for 41 years, making him the longest-serving faculty member at the college. Over the years, Zwonitzer said he has noticed shifts in many aspects of LCCC, both in physical and in operational styles. Zwonitzer said he began at LCCC


A brief history of LCCC academics

In the half century since the establishment of Laramie County Community College, the landscape of academics at the college has experienced impressive evolution.   Initially dubbed the Laramie County Community College Vocational and Technical Trade Center, in the beginning LCCC’s primary focus was vocational education.   According to Dave Zwonitzer, former LCCC student and full-time

Best on campus livestock show coming up Sept. 21

Laramie County Community College’s Best on Campus Livestock Show is scheduled for 5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 21 in the LCCC Arena. This event is coinciding with LCCC’s 50th anniversary celebration on Saturday, Sept. 22. A traveling belt buckle will be introduced for the champion of the livestock show. It will cost $10 to nominate a

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