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Waiting game for new skate rink as ice gets thicker

It's only a matter of time --and temperature --before Riverton residents are able to skate on the new ice rink installed this month at the intersection of West ...

CWC Foundation hires new executive director

The Central Wyoming College Foundation has hired Becky Ruthenbeck as its executive director and Riverton native Jenna Hague as an administrative assistant. ...

Mead budget supplement does not add money for CWC project

The supplemental budget recommendation Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead released this week does not include additional funding for the planned student success center at ...

CWC audit complete; enrollment dips slightly over past three years

Central Wyoming College received a clean audit this year from McGee, Hearne and Paiz of Cheyenne.
The firm serves four community colleges in the state as well ...

CWC offering unique medical program

A new medical assistant certificate program will be available at Central Wyoming College beginning in the spring.
The CWC Board of Trustees approved the ...

CWC graduate launches online store

A recent graduate of an entrepreneurial training program at Central Wyoming College has launched a new online store.
Amy Hatch graduated in 2013 from the ...

CWC women get home win Saturday after Friday defeat

The games were the first on the home hardwood this season for the Rustlers.

Clutch free-throw shooting down the stretch Saturday lifted the Central ...

CWC student music recital Sunday

The Central Wyoming College music department will present a student recital at 7 p.m.Sunday in the music rehearsal room at the Robert A. Peck Arts Center. ...

College invites children, teenagers to audition for musical 'The King and I'

The musical will debut Feb. 26 with several performances scheduled from Feb. 26 to March 1.

The Central Wyoming College theatre department will hold ...

Wyoming PBS earns two regional Emmy awards

Wyoming PBS has received two Rocky Mountain Regional Emmy awards for its documentary "One Hundred Years on the Lincoln Highway."
The documentary was submitted ...

CWC might change course schedules to adapt to Jackson housing shortage

Instructors are considering a new class schedule to address housing and employment issues for culinary and hospitality students at Central Wyoming College in ...

Famed chef Trotter's widow boosts culinary program at college

The widow of a world-renowned chef wants to honor her husband's memory through the Central Wyoming College culinary and hospitality program in ...

College extends new president's contract for additional year

The Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees has voted unanimously to extend new president Cristobal Valdez's employment contract in a show of support for the ...

CWC presents 'A Christmas Carol'

The Central Wyoming College theater department will present Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" the first week of December.
Five evening shows will be shown ...

Trustees with nearly three decades of experience step down from college board

The Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees lost 28 years of experience this week when three long-time members stepped down from service.
Scott Phister, ...

University president talks up four-year nursing course at CWC, other colleges

If funded by the Wyoming Legislature, the program would start in July.

University of Wyoming president Dick McGinity visited Fremont County on Nov. ...

No tuition increase for CWC students in 2015

Tuition at the University of Wyoming is going up next year, but Central Wyoming College is not following suit.
Students attending CWC and the state's other ...

CWC Health and Science Center to be named for McFarland

The new Health and Science Center at Central Wyoming College will be named in honor of former president Jo Anne McFarland.
The CWC Board of Trustees approved ...

CWC events drew 132,000 participants, spectators in fiscal 2014

Facilities use was up at Central Wyoming College this year, primarily due to the construction of the Health and Science Center on the Riverton ...

Health insurance rates up at CWC

For 2015, costs are increasing by an average of 15.7 percent across all plan options.

Employees at Central Wyoming College will pay more for their ...

 
 

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