Rodeo coach uses personal experiences in the arena and on the football field to help him in his coaching career

Growing up he didn’t really have a favorite sport, it all depended on which one he was currently active in. His father instilled in him a work ethic to try his absolute best effort no matter what he was doing. Beau Clark is now fully committed to rodeo and still carries with him the life

ULTIMATE SUMMER FUN GUIDE: Cheyenne Civic Center

All the following events take place at the Cheyenne Civic Center, at 2101 O’Neil Avenue. More information can be found by visiting http://www.cheyenneevents.org/civic/   Label: The Midtown Men When: May 4 at 7:30 p.m. What it is: A vocal rock ensemble performing music mostly from the 1960s. The members consist of former stars from the

Block tuition system under consideration at the University of Wyoming

The University of Wyoming is currently considering switching from their current tuition system to a block tuition style in the fall of 2018. This switch will allow full-time students to take more than the required 12 credit hours needed for full-time status without having to pay for any extra credit hours after paying for 12

Former University of Wyoming standout and professional player joins Golden Eagles

The LCCC women’s basketball team has a new assistant coach, and for any basketball fan in the Wyoming area, her name is one you should be familiar with. Marquelle Dent, a former University of Wyoming basketball player, has joined head coach Brian Ortmeier’s staff for the 2017-18 season. Dent had recently been assisting the coaching

NAACP Annual Freedom Fund Banquet

The NAACP Annual Freedom Fund banquet is being hosted by University of Wyoming Inaugural Chief Diversity Officer Emily A. Monago, Ph.D. The event is about providing diversity education to students. The reception starts at 5:30 p.m., and dinner will be served at 6:00 p.m., on Saturday, Oct. 21at the Radisson Hotel in Cheyenne. Tickets are

A right to protest, a responsibility to advocate

Protests are a part of American society. Exercising one’s First Amendment right is something that Wingspan supports, but only if the basis of a protest is morally within bounds of raising awareness of those who are less fortunate and lack an established platform. A form of protest during the national anthem isn’t a new concept.

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