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Here’s A Great And Productive Way To Rid Yourself Of Your Unwanted Books

How many times have week looked at our bookshelves and said, "I really need to get rid of those?" There is a place for your unwanted, used books this coming month.

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Help Your Favorite Cheyenne High School Win The Blood Drive Challenge

It doesn't matter if you have a student in school or not, you can help your favorite high school or Alma Mater win in the Blood Drive Challenge.

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LCSD#1 Community Meeting Thursday

Laramie County School District 1 is holding a community meeting on Thursday, Jan. 29 at 6 p.m., in the Central High School Auditorium, 5500 Education Drive.

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House Votes for National Science Standards

Nationally accepted standards were barred just last year.

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Don’t Party Hearty Without Registering

School wants to reign in off-campus parties.

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Study: University of Wyoming Is The Most Affordable University In America

Studies show that the average rise in public four-year college tuition is right around the 2.9% mark for this year. What university is the most affordable?

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Cheyenne Marches To A Dream – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr March Today Jan 19

Cheyenne will honor the civil rights leader, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr today. Politicians, churches and groups alike will march down Capitol Ave today at noon.

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Frozen Pipes Burst in UW Library

Health Center also affected, and is still closed.

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Possible Developmental Education Defunding Is A Concern At LCCC

The Wyoming State Legislature seems to hold some cards in their hands that have the interest of the president of Laramie County Community College.

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Nominations Due for the Arch Coal Teacher Awards

Nomination's close on January 5, 2015 for the Arch Coal Teacher Achievement Awards Program.

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