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Sexual Assault Training A Must For Students Resgistering At Cheyenne’s LCCC

Sexual assault is no laughing matter and Laramie County Community College is taking it seriously.

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LCSD1 Safe School Ambassador Students To Visit The Capitol In Cheyenne

We as parents want our children to grow, learn and be safe

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Native Americans Twice as Likely to Miss School

One in three Native American students is chronically absent.

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Category: Education, Wyoming News
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Karsten Says Employees Can Help With Parking Issues

Cheyenne Regional Medical Center CEO Margo Karsten is asking hospital employees to park farther away to clear more space for patient parking.

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Expect Lower Scores on Revamped State Test

New assessment test is tougher than before.

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BREAKING NEWS: Natrona County High School Principal Resigns

Dean Kelly sends letter of resignation to take effect October first.

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Category: Education, Wyoming News
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Coalition Seeks More Money for Wyoming Schools

Districts say the state has not kept up with inflation.

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Wyoming Department of Education Hosts Call-In To Discuss Changes to Assessments

The Wyoming Department of Education (WDE) will host a call-in with Deb Lindsey, Assessment Director, to discuss recent changes in statewide assessments on Thursday Sept. 18, from 10 - 11 am.

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Finance Committee Approves Museum Development Agreement

The Cheyenne City Council Finance Committee on Monday voted unanimously in favor of a development agreement between the city and the Children's Museum of Cheyenne.

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Cheyenne Council CommitteeTo Consider Museum Agreement

The Cheyenne City Council Finance Committee is scheduled to consider a development agreement that would allow the proposed Children's Museum of Cheyenne to move forward.

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