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SPET money is needed to secure other funds; construction could start early next year.
The Rustlers had a busy weekend. Recaps from Volleyball, Golf and Soccer...
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The Central Wyoming College Theatre Department has a full calendar for the 2022-2023 academic year.
Central Wyoming College’s culinary arts students learn from some of the best instructors in the business—and they aren’t necessarily college professors.
The CWC Campus will start to come back alive August 1st as student-athletes will arrive. Volleyball, Golf, Cross Country, and Men’s and Women’s Soccer and Rodeo begin preparations for the Fall 2022 seasons.
10 students start program this fall to prepare for college.
To support a changing meat economy, Central Wyoming College’s meat science initiative is training a new generation of butchers in meat processing and marketing supported by small to mid-scale, locally-minded meat enterprises.
Graduating Eastern Shoshone tribal students from various high schools, community colleges and universities were honored Friday, June 24, at the 62nd annual Eastern Shoshone Indian Days Powwow in Fort Washakie.
Approval was received for a new Law Enforcement enhancement to be offered at CWC under the current Organizational Management and Leadership Bachelor of Applied Science Degree.