Lars Becker is in his third year at CWC and decided to go to college close to home before going to a large university.
The lady Rustlers were leading the way Friday Dec. 2 against Eastern Wyoming College but the game tightened by the third quarter with the Rustlers struggling to keep the lead resulting in a loss; 66-60.
The Central Wyoming College men’s basketball took on the Casper College Thunderbirds on Nov. 29. The Thunderbirds were ranked 20th in the nation but the Rustlers took the win, 68-59.
The upcoming CWC music concert will highlight a music student from Pavillion.
Rachel Mitchell said everything was pointing to Central Wyoming College when she was looking for colleges to attend.
A recovering addict helps others heal
Dietrik Becker started his education at Black Hills State University playing for the football team before coming back to pursue a degree in Occupational Therapy.
After serving as interim president for the past three months, Dr. Brad Tyndall is the new president of Central Wyoming College.
Rustlers cross country teams return from championship with a great experience.
Jessika Lawrence is a sophomore from Riverton who wasn’t sure she wanted to come to CWC but when she received word that she had earned scholarships through GEAR UP it was an opportunity she couldn’t pass up.