The men’s basketball team opened up the 2015-16 season with a split at the Tip Off Classic in Casper this past weekend. The Rustlers fell to Air Force Academy in the first game, 77-64, but bounced back to down Impact Academy, 81-68.
Central Wyoming College cross country runner Clay Johnson will compete in Fort Dodge, Iowa for the NJCAA cross country championships Nov. 14. Johnson earned his way to the championships at regionals in Gillette this past weekend.
The recent quarantine has been lifted from the CWC Equine Center in the case of vesicular stomatitis virus that was confirmed in Fremont County and at the equine center which resulted in two horses contracting the virus.
Don’t miss this comical play, The Servant of Two Masters, it will have you laughing until you cry!
A case of vesicular stomatitis virus, most commonly found in horses, has been confirmed in Fremont County. There have been two confirmed horses at the CWC Equine Center and the equine center has gone into quarantine.
Meet the lady Rustlers! Cheer them on this season. Their first scrimmage will be against Eastern Wyoming College and will be on Oct. 16 at 3 pm in Torrington, Wyo.
Central Wyoming College cross country team returned from their fifth meet of the fall season. The meet was in Billings, Mont. for the Montana State University-Billings invitational. There were six teams with 65 runners for the 8k.
Central Wyoming College’s rodeo team wrapped up the fall season with eight team members in the top ten for the region standing. The team finished the season in Cheyenne at the Laramie County Community College rodeo this last weekend with eight cowboys and cowgirls placing in the top ten for the rodeo.
The CWC Foundation hosted a scholarship reception Oct. 8 at the Robert A. Peck Art Center gallery.
Comedy reigns in the first major production of the CWC Theatre Department’s season with Carlo Goldoni’s The Servant of Two Masters.