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Ernie Goss
Ernie Goss
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Morning Zone: Recovery Slows, Inflation Threatens

For the eighteenth straight month, the overall index for the Mountain States region, a leading economic indicator for the three-state area of Colorado, Utah and Wyoming, advanced above growth neutral 50

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Rep. Lummis in the KGAB studio Wednesday morning. (J. Green/TSM)
Rep. Lummis in the KGAB studio Wednesday morning. (J. Green/TSM)
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Rep. Cynthia Lummis to Guest on Today’s Morning Zone

Wyoming's lone representative in Congress, Cynthia Lummis, will be our special featured guest at 8:07AM MDT in The Morning Zone. She will focus largely on the efforts going on in Washington to cut the deficit and get spending under control, and, about the real issues involved in raising the nation's debt limit.

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Frosty
Frosty
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Part 1 and 2: Language and culture wars: the battle over amnesty

By Frosty Wooldridge

My friend Dr. Diana Hull, living in the midst of California’s cultural, linguistic and population fiasco—talks about the serious consequences of injecting America’s culture with antagonistic foreign paradigms

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Chris markowski
Chris markowski
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Today is Financial Wednesday In The Morning Zone

Today in The Morning Zone, we will focus on issue that effect our economy and small business, starting at 7:07AM MDT with our Watchdog on Wall Street, Chris Markowski. Chris will dissect those things that are happening now on the financial scene, including the ongoing battle in Washington to balance the budget and decrease the deficit.

In this time of econo

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JO Ranch (Courtesy of the BLM-WY)
JO Ranch (Courtesy of the BLM-WY)
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Cultural Sites in Wyoming Added to National Register [AUDIO]

Doug Randall reports that Standard and Poor's rating service has lowered its long-term outlook for the United States' sovereign debt to "negative" from "stable."  Two cultural sites on Bureau of Land Management land in Western Wyoming are being listed on the National Register of Historic places. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Frosty
Frosty
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The Detroit tragedy morphing into the American tragedy

Catch Frosty Wooldreidge on The Morning Zone today at 7:07 AM MDT

By Frosty Wooldridge

The piece I wrote on the tragedy of Detroit, Michigan, originally published at www.NewsWithViews.com, on October 5, 2009.  I

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(getty/joern pollex/staff)
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Animal ID System Progressing [AUDIO]

With tax day looming on Monday, a few Wyoming post offices says they will be open later than usual to accommodate last minute filings. Karen Snyder has a report on the development of a national identification system to track the source of meat products produced in the United States. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Joan Evans Dr. of Wyo. Workforce Services
Joan Evans Dr. of Wyo. Workforce Services
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Today It’s About Jobs…And Then The Deficit…In The Morning Zone

Today in The Morning Zone, Joan Evans, Director of Wyoming Workforce Services guests in the 8:07AM segment. She will have a chance to chat with Dave about Workforce Development in Wyoming and the newly reorganized Department of Employment and Workforce Services.
But first, at

Frosty Woolridge
Frosty Woolridge
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Our corrupt congress wasting taxpayer trillions

By Frosty Wooldridge

On the eve of watching our Congress financially destroy  the federal government’s ability to maintain solvency, 535 members passed a budget to stagger and stumble our country toward an unknown destination

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Glendo Reservoir (Wyoming State Parks and Cultural Resources)
Glendo Reservoir (Wyoming State Parks and Cultural Resources)
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No Flush Request for North Platte [AUDIO]

Amy Richards has a report on the Wyoming Game and Fish department's decision not to request a flushing of the North Platte River. A senior state economist says Wyoming's economy added jobs between January 2010 and January 2011. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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