Rocky Mountain College’s recent run of success in football has the Battlin’ Bears in position this fall to make some serious history.
Rocky Mountain College safety Kyle Mai has been selected as the defensive player of the week in the Frontier Conference, while Battlin’ Bears kicker Ryan Steska received the special teams player award.
Joel Barndt of Rocky Mountain College has been selected as the Frontier Conference men's basketball player of the week.
Absorbing its Western frontier gave 19th century America a core task. In 1890 the Census Bureau, which tracked frontier settlement, declared the job done. Yet the American frontier persists, its needs largely invisible. Today’s task is to recognize its survival and ensure its people and plac…
Senior midfielder Kirsty Montignani of Rocky Mountain College has received honorable mention recognition on the NAIA women's soccer All-America team.
Thirteen consecutive road games doesn't seem like a good way to open a basketball season.
One of the NAIA's all-time winningest football coaches will be prowling the sideline in Billings on Saturday afternoon.
For the women's volleyball team at Rocky Mountain College, its defining moment of the season did not come on Aug. 18.
Rocky Mountain College will be hosting a 54-hole Frontier Conference golf tournament Sunday and Monday at Peter Yegen Golf Club.
CHEYENNE - Cheyenne Frontier Days has banned video cameras and phones with recording features from all rodeo events, a move that an animal rights group says is an attempt to block more Internet video clips of what it considers animal abuse at the rodeo.
CHEYENNE - The Cheyenne City Council is considering an ordinance that would ban the resale of event tickets within 1,000 feet of a venue's property boundaries.
The Frontier Conference men's basketball player of the week is Chad Myers of Montana Western.
Saturday, January 10, 2008
CHEYENNE - State officials are expecting tough competition among Wyoming communities for grant money to help recruit physicians.
CHEYENNE - Cheyenne Frontier Days saw a decrease in overall attendance of about 5.2 percent this year.
CHEYENNE - Cheyenne Frontier Days officials met with members of an animal rights group to hear its concerns that certain events at the rodeo are cruel to participating animals.
Indian families perform for Frontier Days in Cheyenne
CHEYENNE - On a hot, breezy summer afternoon, when the late afternoon rains were amassing in the western skies, the sound of the drums began to beat, and the dancers in their outfits - bright, feathered and fringed - began to file out onto the grassy circle.