After what seemed like a long winter of practice the Central Wyoming College rodeo team has competed at their second competition of the spring season in Torrington at the Eastern Wyoming College rodeo.
A certification through the Certified Horsemanship Association is the goal for the teaching riding class at Central Wyoming College. The CHA certification dates for students are tentatively scheduled for Monday, April 10 through Wednesday, April 12 at the CWC Equine Center.
Anissa Wallowingbull is from Riverton. Wallowingbull is currently a dental assistant and decided to pursue her education in dental hygiene.
Trenton Smith is a freshman from Wright, Wyoming. Smith liked the location of CWC and that it was cost efficient.
Loveeda White is a sophomore and will graduate this May with an American Indian studies degree.
Central Wyoming College will host the annual Fremont County Employment Job Expo at the CWC Arts Center March 23 from 9am-3pm.
Sierra Hernandez is a freshman from Riverton. She was familiar with CWC and wanted to study pre-legal and criminal justice.
For a moment in time Taylor Pyle was the only individual on the highest point of the continent when he stood on the summit of Mount Denali in Alaska.
Keagan Meyer chose to come to CWC because of the pre-engineering opportunities that were available. In addition to being able to study pre-engineering he is also able to double major in mathematics.
Rebekah Hutchison was in India when she decided to apply for CWC. The Riverton native was in India working with the nonprofit humanitarian organization, Youth with a Mission, where they helped bring awareness of clean water.