With only two rodeos left in the season several Central Wyoming College cowboys are sitting well in the region. The Colorado State University rodeo this past weekend proved well for the team.
Two Central Wyoming College members came back with awards from the Wyoming Association of Community College Trustees award ceremony on Feb. 8. Chuck Carr won Professional Staff of the Year and Amy Chidester won Student of the Year.
Judy Standing Elk is a freshman studying business management. She chose CWC because of a friend who is also attending CWC.
Multiverse at UC Berkeley’s Space Sciences Laboratory kicks off its “Eclipse Megamovie Awareness Tour” - a series of town hall and science education meetings in communities located along the path of the August 21, 2017 total solar eclipse.
On March 17 during the Rustler 400 the Central Wyoming College Foundation raised more than $40,000 to benefit the athletic scholarships at CWC.
Taylor Kotas chose CWC because it was close to home. She is studying pre-engineering.
Music has always been an integral part of the Fleetwood’s family life, and for Kenny Fleetwood his journey started at Central Wyoming College.
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.