The Cowley College Board of Trustees raised a lot of questions earlier this week when they appointed Nancy Burger, of Winfield, to fill Sid Regnier’s vacant seat in a unanimous vote on Dec. 11. While Burger has a background in...Read More
The Cowley College Board of Trustees voted 5-0 on Dec. 11 to appoint Nancy Burger, of Winfield, to fill Sid Regnier’s vacant seat. The seat was empty for 274 days following Regnier’s resignation in March, when the board decided...Read More
WELLINGTON — The dream is becoming a reality. Through hard work and vision from numerous individuals, the groundbreaking ceremony for Cowley College’s Sumner County campus took place Oct. 11 in Wellington. The location of the...Read More
The groundbreaking ceremony for Cowley College’s Sumner County campus will be at 1 p.m. Oct. 11 in Wellington. The location of the future campus is east of Walmart, along U.S. 160. Refreshments will be provided and the event is...Read More
Cowley College President Dennis Rittle and Bob Juden, chairman of the Cowley College Board of Trustees, joined Marjorie Short and Nancy Short-Burger on Dec. 21, 2016, for the signing of a deeded property worth $1.76 million from...Read More
WELLINGTON — The Cowley College Board of Trustees convened Nov. 21 at the Sumner County Economic Development office for its first board meeting since the general election, and approved a property and naming agreement for the new...Read More
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