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Joe Arnold ‘Mountaineer’s View’ Exhibit Showing at LCCC March 6-28

Have you ever climbed to the top of a mountain?

Artist Joe Arnold has and he shares his 'Mountaineer's View' at the Esther and John Clay Fine Arts Gallery at Laramie County Community College from March 6 through the 28th.

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Logan Mock-Bunting, Getty Images
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For Dinner, Go Where The Fish Are. For A Good Job….

Since you have to work, you might as well do something you love or something that pays enough to ease the pain of a cube farm.

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LCCCPappas and Pappas
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LCCC Seeking State Money For New Buildings

Murphy says Laramie County is one of the few counties that has voted in support of local funding for such a project recently.

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LCCCPappas and Pappas
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Laramie County Community College Bond Election Successful

Voter turnout in Tuesday's election was just under 24- percent.

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LCCC Bond Issue Faces Voters Tuesday

Laramie County voters will decide the fate of a proposed bond issue to raise $25 million for new buildings at LCCC Tuesday.

The college wants to put the money towards construction of a new Student Center as well as a Flexible Technology building

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LCCCPappas and Pappas
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Schaffer: New Buildings Needed To Meet Enrollment, Employer Demands

LCCC is asking Laramie County voters to approve a $25 million bond issue in a special election on November 5th.

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Have You Ever Been Bird Bombed? Grateful Mike Has

Have you ever been the victim of a bird bombing?

Over the weekend, some bird must have seen the inviting black denim canvas of my jacket and dropped a nice white accent to go with it on my back. Curses red robin!

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LCCC Officials Say Growth Drives Building Needs

The total cost of the building project is estimated at $47 million, with the Student Center expected to cost $30 million and the Flex-Tech Building $14 million.

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University of Wyoming (Amy RichardsTSM)
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Few Wyoming College Students Ask To Carry Concealed Weapons on Campus [AUDIO]

An Associated Press analysis finds that in Wyoming and six other states, the vast majority of counties where fracking is used are also suffering from drought. Doug Randall has the details. Trevor T. Trujillo reports that security officials at Wyoming colleges say few students are asking for permission to carry concealed weapons on campus. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Storm Clouds Gathering (flickR User/thehutch)
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Free Severe Weather Spotter Training at LCCC Tuesday, May 7

Are you ready for severe weather season?

Free Severe Weather spotter training will be offered to the public at Laramie County Community College on Tuesday, May 7, at 6:30 p.m. The training, designed for basic severe weather spotting concepts, will be held in the Center for Conference and Institutes (CCI) Building, Room 130. Doors open at 6 p.m.

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Gettysburg battle field, Pennsylvania (Joe Raedle/Getty)
Gettysburg battle field, Pennsylvania (Joe Raedle/Getty)
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LCCC Presents ‘A Musical Monument for Gettysburg’ Tonight at Civic Center

This year marks the 150th anniversary of the battle of Gettysburg in Pennsylvania, the site where President Abraham Lincoln delivered his famous address.

Tonight, April 23, the Laramie County Community College Wind Symphony presents 'A Musical Monument for Gettysburg' for free at the Cheyenne Civic Center beginning at 7 p.m. Donations will be accepted for the COMEA House.

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LCCC To Request $20 Million For Buildings

Laramie County Community College Trustees voted 7-0 last night to ask voters in November for a $20 Million bond levy to build two new buildings. The proposal will be scheduled as a special election, since 2013 is not a regular election year

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