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Historic apple orchard receives grant to restore

May 13, 2016

A historic apple orchard located at Central Wyoming College’s Sinks Canyon Center has received funds to help replenish deteriorating heritage apple trees that can be grown in Wyoming.

The power of startups networking with startups

May 13, 2016

Blog #5 from Jackson Native Mark Wilcox on the Start-Up Institute.

Golfer qualifies for nationals

May 12, 2016

Ending the season with the second lowest score, Sarah Schroefel will go to nationals.

Flood impacts students; postpones finals for some

May 11, 2016

Some Central Wyoming College students have been impacted by the recent flooding in Fremont County, postponing their preparation for finals.

Dean Corson's Real Success

May 11, 2016

How one student overcomes obstacles to get his degree

CWC Students And Professor Win Statewide Archaeology Awards

May 10, 2016

Three students and one professor brought home awards from the Wyoming Association of Professional Archaeologist and Wyoming Archaeological Society annual conference.

Ag and animal science building approved for next level

May 9, 2016

Level II allowed Central Wyoming College to hire an architect to design the facility; a process that is near completion. Now the college has been approved for Level III.

Four students awarded fellowships to the university

May 9, 2016

Undergraduate Research Day hosted at the University of Wyoming proved well for four Central Wyoming College students.

Rustler Spotlight-Tamara Ashburn

May 9, 2016

Tamara Ashburn is a fifth generation Wyoming woman living in Jackson and attending college at the CWC Jackson Outreach.

Harvard and Wall Street in a community college: The genesis of the Start-Up Institute

May 7, 2016

Blog #4 from Jackson Native Mark Wilcox on the Start-Up Institute.