The lady Rustlers had a successful match against Little Big Horn College on Jan. 13, winning on their home court 101-60.
Analaura Robles Montiel is a sophomore from Jackson, Wyoming. She chose CWC because it was inexpensive, close to home and she received scholarships. Montiel is studying business administration and plans to graduate in 2017.
Central Wyoming College men’s basketball brought their current win streak to eight games this past weekend as they defeated Little Big Horn on Friday 124-50, coming back the next afternoon to beat Miles 92-71.
The Central Wyoming College Athletic Booster Club and the CWC Foundation will have their second annual Rustler 400 fundraiser on March 17 at the CWC Gym at 6pm.
Grant Brown is studying outdoor education and leadership at CWC Lander. He is a freshman and works at Masters Furniture.
Central Wyoming College participated in No Shave Movember to raise money for men's health. The funds raised went to support the Tough Enough Cancer Fund of Fremont County.
The Rustlers began a four game home stand yesterday vs Eastern Wyoming College, earning a convincing 99-74 victory. For the second straight outing, the Rustlers never trailed in the ball game.
Fourth generation Lander resident Ben Avery always thought he could continue his family's ranching legacy, but his path changed while attending Central Wyoming College.
Hearing her name called as the next Miss Rodeo Wyoming 2017 was something Abby Hayduk didn’t expect. Hayduk had expected her friend and running mate Bailey McLean to win and when she heard her name called for the title she couldn’t believe it.
Katie Stearns is a freshman studying political science and psychology at CWC Jackson.