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Dr. Joe Schaffer (Amy Richards/TSM)
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LCCC President Talks About the Future

Laramie County Community College President Dr.  Joe Schaffer delivered his first State of the College address Wednesday to a gathering of returning staff and faculty. Schaffer says changes has already been made at the college in his seven months there.

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State Having Difficulty Filling Oil and Gas Post [AUDIO]

Wyoming is having trouble finding people qualified to become the state's next Oil and Gas Supervisor. Amy Richards has a report. A Mills man is facing charges that he sexually assaulted a young girl. Kevin Koile reports from Casper. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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(Courtesy of Wyoming Game and Fish)
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Game and Fish Expo Coming Up Next Month [AUDIO]

A wildfire deep in the Shoshone National Forest in central Wyoming is growing larger by the day. Doug Randall reports.  Time is running out for organizations, businesses, agencies, and individuals who wish to be a part of the 15th annual Wyoming Hunting and Fishing Expo, September 13-15 at the Casper Events Center. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Maxfield: You Must Give Employees Time Off To Vote

Wyoming Secretary of State Max Maxfield says employers are required by state statute to give employees one hour off to vote on primary election day August 21st. Employers face a misdemeanor charge and a fine up to $1,000 if they are found in violation of the law.

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(Courtesy of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)
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Legal Challenges to Wolf Delisting in Wyoming Still Possible [AUDIO]

A U.S. Senate hearing  held in Colorado Springs today gathered testimony from experts and federal agencies about mitigation. One theory is that "fire plains" much like floodplains could be pinpointed and managed differently in Wyoming and other western states.  The federal government plans to announce an end to protections for wolves in Wyoming later this month, but the legal challenges may not be over. Doug Randall reports. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Dale Steenbergen (Courtesy Cheyenne Chamber)
Dale Steenbergen (Courtesy Cheyenne Chamber)
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Steenbergen Calls For Review of Business Regulations

Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce President and C-E-O Dale Steenbergen says  the city of Cheyenne should take a hard look at the regulatory hurdles it places before local businesses.

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Rainfall Dents Corn Denting [AUDIO]

Recent rainfall has put a dent in corn denting, but the same can't be said for corn condition, according to USDA Meteorologist Brad Rippey. A former State Senator says the city of Torrington will pay him $25,000 to settle his first amendment lawsuit for city officials banning him from city buildings. Amy Richards has details. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Medicare Cracking Down on Fraud [AUDIO]

Martin Engineering is opening a new sales and service center in Gillette. Doug Randall reports. Medicare spokesman Mike Fierburg says that agency has new tools under to help combat fraud.  Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News. 

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New VA Clinic Ribbon Cutting (Amy Richards/TSM)
New VA Clinic Ribbon Cutting (Amy Richards/TSM)
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Cheyenne Opens Doors on New Ambulatory Clinic

Officials with the Cheyenne VA Medical Center cut the ribbon on their new $6.6 million dollar ambulatory clinic. Cynthia McCormack, Medical Director for the Cheyenne VA says the new 22,000 square foot outpatient clinic will include 43 exam rooms and will enable them to provide more outpatient services. 

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Meeting In Sheridan On Wyoming Retirement System [AUDIO]

Teachers, firefighters and nurses are among those scheduled to speak tonight at a town hall meeting in Sheridan about the Wyoming Retirement System.  Meetings will be held later this year in Cheyenne and Casper. The search is on to replace John Corra who is retiring as the head of the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality. Doug Randall reports. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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