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Your 401(k) Fees Could Be Impacted By A Supreme Court Hearing Today

Our 401(k) Plans are very precious to most of us and we don't want them to be tampered with. However, today, the U.S. Supreme Court hearing could impact your savings.

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Tax Assessments Mailed Out

Laramie County Assessor Kenneth Guille says tax assessments for Laramie County property owners were mailed out on Wednesday, March 18.

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Do You Think That Wyoming Legislators Should Receive A Pay Raise In 2019? [POLL]

The price of living does continue to rise and that means more of a burden on our citizen Legislature in the great state of Wyoming.

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SHOULD WYOMING BE ABLE TO BUY AND SELL RAW MILK AT WILL? [POLL]

Should raw milk be regulated or should we be free to buy and drink as we wish?

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Alan Simpson
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Former Wyoming Senator Simpson Endorses Anti-Discrimination Bill

Simpson agrees with those who say it's just sound business to pass the bill.

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Cheyenne Hoteliers Are Saying That A WYDOT Project Was Successful

Many times there is a lot of criticism against our local government, whether city or county. Hoteliers in Cheyenne are saying that the cities last big move has been successful.

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Council Committee Approves “Recognition Payments”

The Cheyenne City Council Finance Committee on Monday voted in favor of "recognition payments" of up to $500 for city employees who worked for the city in Fiscal Year 2014

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Councilman Sean Allen
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Allen, Shanor Say Limit Needed On Sanitation Money To City

Cheyenne City Council members Sean Allen and Dicky Shanor say the city needs to limit the percentage of money collected by sanitation fees that goes into the city's general fund

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Rick Kaysen
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Kaysen Applauds Supplemental Budget Proposal

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen is pleased with the state Supplemental Budget Proposal put forward on Monday by Governor Matt Mead.

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Birthday Wishes To Wyoming’s First Female Governor – Nellie Taloe Ross

Today is the day that the first Wyoming Governor - Nellie Taloe Ross - cried into this world. For that, we recognize her on her birthday anniversary.

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