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We’re Ready For The “Finals” on Rodeo On The Radio

 Today is the big day for all those cowboys and cowgirls who had the top times and best scores in the 1st and 2nd go-rounds at the 11th annual Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo. You have heard us talk about them all week on Rodeo On The Radio here o

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Hear TheseTop Performers On Saturday’s Rodeo On The Radio

Roughstock Events - Bareback Riding, Saddle Bronc Riding, and Bull Riding:

 

Few saddle bronc riders are hotter this summer than Chad Ferley. The 33-year-old 2006 world champion from South Dakota will go to his seventh NFR in December. He'd already won the big rodeos in Reno, Nev., and Greeley, Colo., earlier this month before scoring 87 points yesterday to rake in another $4,734 in the first round here. Toda

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Wednesday’s Morning Zone

Today is a financial Wednesday that is a jam packed information package just for you. Dave's guests will be:

7:07AM MDT: Chris Markowski, ourWatch Dog on Wall Street will be back to analyze what's happening in our economy. How much longer can the markets continue to climb?

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Wednesday’s Morning Zone: Watchdog, Radiology and FBC Concert

7:07AM MDT: Watchdog on Wall Street, Chris Markowski is back with host Dave Chaffin to discuss today's Associated Press Report that says The richest Americans got richer during the first two years of the economic recovery while average net worth declined for the other 93 percent of U.S. households, says a rep

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LCSD#1 Awaiting Decision On New Schools

Laramie County School District #1 Superintendent Mark Stock says the district is waiting for a decision from the state on a proposal to build six new 5th-6th grade schools to help deal with overcrowding, especially at the k-3 grade levels

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Stock Says ‘A Perfect Storm’ Led to Decision to Hold School

Laramie County School District #1 Superintendent Mark Stock says "a perfect storm" of conditions led to the decision to keep most district schools open on Tuesday.

He  says that had he known how weather conditions would develop later in the day, he would have made a different decision on school closures

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And, The Razzie Goes to LCSD#1

Did you ever wonder why Laramie County School District #1 didn't call for an early closing time BEFORE 2:20PM when driving conditions and visibility around Cheyenne rapidly deteriorated starting about 11:30?

I found myself to be one of the many parents stuck in literal traffic jams trying to pick up my junior High daughter and elementary school niece

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Superintendent, Police Applaud Emergency Response

While a bomb threat at Cheyenne's Triumph High School on Wednesday turned out to be a hoax, both Laramie County School District #1 Superintendent Mark Stock and a spokesman for the Cheyenne Police Department say the response to the threat was executed quickly and according to plan

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