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CWC to offer $757K in scholarships; some changes planned

Some money for scholarships at Central Wyoming College will be reallocated next year, but the total amount of funding will remain the same.
The CWC Board of ...

No changes required to college's budget at FY15 end

The estimated budget for the fiscal year ending this month at Central Wyoming College did not require any adjustments at close-out.
The budget typically ...

To much of the world, Wyoming is as alien as the desert bug planet Klendathu from the science fiction film "Starship Troopers."
In fact, that movie was ...

Avian rescue group to host 'rugrat carnival'

Wyoming Avian Rescue will host the Fourth Annual Redneck Barbecue and Rugrat Carnival as part of the Riverton Rendezvous.
The event will be 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. ...

College writes off $60,000, about half of last year's tally

Central Wyoming College has discharged almost $60,000 in uncollectable debts. The number is down by more than 50 percent from last year.
Ron Granger, CWC's ...

CWC professors producing television crime drama; auditions set Thursday

Creators of Fremont County's upcoming crime drama envision a series that will challenge stereotypes, incite intrigue, and introduce more than one unique spin ...

Central Wyoming College archaeology students presented their research May 2 during a joint conference of the Wyoming Archaeological Society/Wyoming Association ...

Achievers

Riverton student makes honor roll
Riverton student Aaron Nirider has been named to the dean's honor roll at Eastern Wyoming College for the spring 2015 ...

CWC speech team future in doubt due to departure of its coach

Administrators at Central Wyoming College are working to save the school's forensics program after the departure of instructor Josh House.
House, a Riverton ...

Fast and Furriest 5k/1k helps benefit Critical Care Companion Animal Fund

The money provides financial assistance to families that cannot afford veterinary care in emergency situations.

The fourth annual Fast and Furriest ...

A new equine center

It's high on CWC's priority list, and there is a strong case for it

Rising to prominence on Central Wyoming College's to-do list is replacement of ...

Tickets on sale for Rock Your Foundation concert

The Central Wyoming College Foundation will have a "Rock Your Foundation" concert at 7 p.m. June 20 at the Fremont County Fairgrounds in Riverton.
The concert ...

Digest

Officials seek input on Boysen plan
Public comment is being accepted until June 29 on the Boysen Reservoir Resource Management Plan/Environmental ...

CWC professor earns distance educator award

Central Wyoming College Professor Colleen Bartlett earned the Master Distance Educator Award at the Wyoming Distance Education Consortium spring conference in ...

Community hears ideas on new animal science facility for college

A new agricultural and animal science center is the newest capital construction priority at Central Wyoming College, and community members and college leaders ...

Nebraska TV executive to be next Wyoming PBS chief

Terry Dugas has been the manager of content distribution for NET Television, the statewide PBS network in Lincoln, Neb., for the past seven ...

CWC to host second retreat for children with diabetes

Central Wyoming College is hosting the second annual family retreat for children and families living with Type I diabetes.
The "Stronger than Diabetes" ...

Higher ed in state is more than university, leaders stress

Community college officials want to engage the public and industry leaders in efforts to promote the benefits of higher education outside of the University of ...

College chief, VP get raises comparable to CWC staff

The Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees approved changes to administrative compensation at its meeting Wednesday.
CWC president Dr. Cristobal Valdez and ...

Job losses for CWC as grants end, college eyes costs

Central Wyoming College is losing more than $500,000 in grant funding this year, and administrators say the change will have an impact on staffing.
During a ...

 
 

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