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Judge to hear arguments in Cindy Hill Suit

A state district judge in Cheyenne is scheduled to hear arguments in a lawsuit filed by state schools Superintendent Cindy Hill.

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Referendum on Superintendent Law Gets OK

Opponents of a new state law that changed the duties of the state superintendent of public instruction can begin collecting signatures in their effort to repeal it.

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Hill Claims State Law Created Chaos In Education

Wyoming Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill says a new state law that stripped her of most of her power left the state's public education system in "complete chaos."

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Monday on The Morning Zone

 

Today In the Morning Zone:

7:07AM MST: Long time friend of the show, world traveler, author and columnist, Fropsty Wooldridge, checks in with host Dave Chaffin, to continue his series on the long term effects of unchecked immigration and population.

8:07:AM MST: Open Lines...Call in with

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Snowy Range (Courtesy Wyoming Tourism Office)
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Wyoming Hospitality and Tourism Conference in Cheyenne Next Week [AUDIO]

A judge in Cheyenne Tuesday denied a request for a temporary restraining order in a lawsuit filed by Superintendent Cindy against the Governor and the Wyoming Legislature. Doug Randall has the details. The Governor's Hospitality and Tourism Conference will be held in Cheyenne next week. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Supt. Hill Seeks $6.3 Million Budget

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill is seeking more than $6 million for her newly reorganized office over the next 17 months.

Gov. Matt Mead has recommended just over $2 million

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Judge Campbell Denies TRO in Hill Case, sets Hearing Date [UPDATE]

Updated 2/7/2013 @ 7:37 a.m.

A judge will hear arguments on March 14 in a lawsuit filed by state Superintendent Cindy Hill that challenges a new law removing her as head of the Wyoming Department of Education

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State Superintendent Cindy Hill
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Thursday Morning Zone:Budget Reform,Immigraion Reform, Education Reform, and More

Today is a jam packed, exciting and interesting program.

6:37AM MST: Murray Holland,successful businessman and legal authority believes the U.S. is facing an inevitable world of hurt under crushing debt and the longer we run from the problem, the sharper pain. Listen to what he believes

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Committee Unanimously endorses state Department of Education Bill

A House committee has unanimously endorsed a bill that would change who runs the state Department of Education.

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Laramie City Manager Janine Jordan and City Councilman Klaus Hanson discuss the Cirrus Sky Technology Park at an open house. (Kari Eakins, Townsquare Media)
Laramie City Manager Janine Jordan and City Councilman Klaus Hanson discuss the Cirrus Sky Technology Park at an open house. (Kari Eakins, Townsquare Media)
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SLIB to Decide on $5.4M Grant for Cirrus Sky Technology Park

In one week Laramie will know whether or not it will receive a $5.4 million grant to create the Cirrus Sky Technology Park. The State Loan and Investment Board is scheduled to hold a special grant and loan meeting on Thursday, Jan. 17th in Cheyenne.

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