Eastern Wyoming College

EWC trustees express concern over community college split   By Andrew D. Brosig Torrington Telegram Via Wyoming News Exchange   TORRINGTON – Eastern Wyoming College trustees on Monday expressed shared concerns over a proposed split in the Northern Wyoming Community College District.  Responding to...
Coronavirus health orders extended again   By Joshua Wolfson, Seth Klamann and Brandon Foster Casper Star-Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange   CASPER — The public health orders put in place to slow the spread of COVID-19 in Wyoming will remain in place through at least Sept. 15.  The Wyoming...

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2020 NHS graduate Shelby Stith received her associate degree and plans to get her degree in rangeland management and watershed ecology at the University of Wyoming. 

Katelynn Slaamot NLJ Correspondent   Not many people can say that they received a college degree before even graduating from high school. But dual enrollment has made such an achievement possible for some, and three 2020 Newcastle High School graduates – Shelby Stith, Madi Pearson and Tessa...
Walter Sprague Art and Culture Reporter   The spring semester for Eastern Wyoming College Community Education is open for registration. Kim Conzelman, the Newcastle outreach director, is excited about the lineup of available opportunities.  “We have everything from self-help to cooking to art going...

Ryan Warner, 20, of Cheyenne, measures a piece of square-stock metal while making a jig used to correctly position a rifle sight during a class project as part of the Eastern Wyoming College gunsmith program at the campus in Douglas. New this year, the program offers a two-year degree to prepare students with the basics of gun manufacture and repair. (Photo by Andrew D. Brosig, Torrington Telegram)

EWC gunsmithing program off to a strong start   By Andrew D. Brosig Torrington Telegram Via Wyoming News Exchange   DOUGLAS – The air is filled with the whine of turning metal being cut on a lathe or milling machine, mixed with the scent of oil. For some of the men in the room, it’s the first step...
Eastern Wyoming College President Lesley Travers and other EWC leaders will be at Upton High School on Thursday, Nov. 14, from 4 to 5:30 p.m. and at Newcastle High School the same day from 6:30 to 8 p.m. to solicit input on a strategic plan to guide Eastern Wyoming College for the next five years....
Eastern Wyoming College is pleased to offer the Wyoming Works grant program to qualified students and is currently seeking interested students. Wyoming Works is a state grant program with resources targeted at qualified students to advance their skills in areas that lead to secure employment. Space...
Alexis Barker NLJ Reporter   Whether you’re interested in welding, sewing or crafting in general, Eastern Wyoming College’s community outreach program has a craft class for you, just in time for the holidays.  “I think it’s great that we can offer classes for the community people to take to come...

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