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Long closed session for CWC board as process to find president gets started

After almost three hours spent in a closed-door executive session meeting Tuesday, the Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees offered no indication of its ...

CWC sets Tuesday session to begin plans to find new president to replace Valdez

The Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees has scheduled a special meeting next week to begin the process of finding a new president.
Dr. Cristobal Valdez ...

Informant, undercover agent increase Riverton meth busts

One suspect was arrested with $16,000 worth of the drug in the trunk of his car.

An informant working with the Wyoming's Division of Criminal ...

College adminstrative VP leaving too; Noseep interim replacement

Willie Noseep has been chosen to serve as interim vice president of administrative services at Central Wyoming College after Ron Granger leaves that post to ...

CWC president stepping down

Cristobal Valdez has been at the helm since 2014

Central Wyoming College president Dr. Cristobal Valdez is his post next month to become president at ...

CWC vice president named head man in Colorado

Ron Granger has worked at Central Wyoming College
since 2011.

Ron Granger, vice president for administrative services at Central Wyoming College, ...

Young filmmakers in CWC camp this week

Central Wyoming College professors Mike Myers and Jeremy Nielsen are teaming up again to host a summer camp for any high school juniors, seniors and 2016 ...

CWC gets $25,000 for Paul nursing scholarship

The 4 Lazy F Corp. has donated $25,000 to the Central Wyoming College Foundation's Heather Lynn Paul Nursing Scholarship Fund. The fund has been providing ...

CWC seeing good initial response to new website; recruiting emphasized

The new Central Wyoming College website already had produced good results according to a report to the CWC Board of Trustees.
The board approved the new ...

Valdez not picked at Kentucky school

Central Wyoming College president Cris Valdez was not selected as president of Gateway Community and Technical College in Kentucky.
The Kentucky Community and ...

Money from college's tax mill plunges; part of major fiscal hurdle


It's only money controlled entirely by CWC

The optional mill regularly levied at Central Wyoming College is expected to bring in almost a ...

Many options exhausted prior to CWC cuts, leaders insist

Administrators explored myriad options for cutting costs at Central Wyoming College before presenting a proposal for layoffs to the CWC Board of Trustees last ...

Spring enrollment up at CWC; numbers could boost revenues

This spring's enrollment totals at Central Wyoming College "just barely" exceeded the numbers recorded during the same time last year.
Institutional ...

Eliminating faculty harmful to CWC during money shortfall

Editor:
I ask Central Wyoming College to reconsider the way it is reacting to funding cutbacks from the state.
Why eliminate some of the best professors ...

CWC cuts some funds for sports, but leaders say programs valuable

As Central Wyoming College administrators work to balance a substantially reduced budget for fiscal year 2017, trustees have been fielding questions from ...

Top college leadership finalists for more jobs

Two more institutions have identified top leadership at Central Wyoming College as presidential search finalists.
CWC president Cris Valdez, who recently was ...

CWC personnel layoffs governed by established policy, college leaders say

Administrators at Central Wyoming College only can initiate reductions in force after receiving approval from the CWC Board of Trustees.
Trustees do not have ...

Valdez now a finalist for Kentucky job

Central Wyoming College president Cris Valdez is one of three finalists for the top spot at Gateway Community and Technical College in Kentucky.
He will be ...

Updated: Cutbacks at CWC result in 40 jobs eliminated or changed

An earlier version of this article cut off a portion of the story. Here is the article in full:


The personnel changes ...

Reductions at CWC met by impassioned requests to reconsider

The Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees voted Wednesday to allow layoffs as needed based on budget constraints for the next fiscal year.
After long ...

 
 

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