Graduate from Wyoming Indian High School, Loveeda White signed a letter of intent to play basketball at Central Wyoming College on Wednesday, May 27.
Police Instructor Mounted Patrol Training was at the CWC Equine Center this week.
Saddle bronc rider, Colton Miller took home the championship buckle at the Pro Rodeo Cowboys Association rodeo in Abbyville, Kan., May 16. Miller received an 82 point ride earning him first place at the Abbyville Frontier Days Rodeo.
Central Wyoming College athlete Hannah Beede signed a national letter of intent to play basketball for Texas A&M International University in Laredo, Texas.
Central Wyoming College graduate Kiara Skinner signed a letter of intent to play basketball for the College of Idaho NAIA team on Thursday, May 7.
Savannah Salisbury, senior at Riverton High School signed a letter of intent to play women’s basketball for Central Wyoming College on Thursday, May 7.
CWC nursing graduates were pinned last night by family, friends and faculty.
The future looks bright! Check out what some graduates plan to do after CWC!
The Student Ambassadors club at Central Wyoming College donated $720 to PAWS, an animal shelter in Riverton. They raised the money by having multiple fund-raisers throughout the semester including a dodge ball tournament, March Madness bracket challenge and selling mugs for administrative assistants day.