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Ernie Goss
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Ernie Goss To Guest on Today’s Morning Zone with Mountain States Economic Report

Listen to the Morning Zone at 7:30AM MDT For the latest on our economy.

Mountain States Leading Economic Indicator Dips for July

Business Confidence Tumbles

July survey results at a glance:

·         Leading economic indicator dips to a healthy level.

·         Inflation gauge declines to a still

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Bruce Borowski Boulder Digital Arts
Bruce Borowski Boulder Digital Arts
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Finances, The Economy and Frontier Days Today on The Morning Zone

When reading the news lately about the Obama administration's control over its supposedly independent labor board, you can almost hear Dana Carvey’s SNL character, The Church Lady, preparing her famous line "How convenient!" Here's the deal: The Obama administration has been trying to have it both ways, enabling an obscure but powerful agency to slash away at business while simultaneously claiming to have no control of the situation

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Mayor Kaysen
Mayor Kaysen
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What’s Happening in Cheyenne?

Today at 7:37AM MDT, Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen returns for  his monthly visit to KGAB's Morning Zone. We will talk with him about the latest on the negotiations to procure the land at 19th Street, Converse and East Pershing to build the proposed new round-about intersection. He will also update us 

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Senator John Barrasso On The Morning Zone Today

Our featured guest today on The Morning Zone is U.S. Senator John Barrasso from Wyoming. We will talk with him about the upcoming visit by the FEDs to Wyoming to meet with state officials on the wolf de-listing issue, plus, his support for opening more public lands to off-road vehicles, and we will get his update on the other hot issues from Washington.That is at 7:37A

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Chris Markowski
Chris Markowski
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Today’s Morning Zone: Will a U.S. Default Cause Chaos?

  • $135 Billion shortfall in August if U.S. defaults
  • Chosing winners and losers in default will mean chaos
  • $500 billionof maturing debt must be paid in August

All this and more at 7:07AM MDT today in The Morning Zone with the Watchdog on Wall Street, Chris Markowski.

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Elizabeth Warren testifies before the Senate Finance Committee. (Brendan Smialowski/Getty)
Elizabeth Warren testifies before the Senate Finance Committee. (Brendan Smialowski/Getty)
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Commentary: Consumer Czar Elizabeth Warren’s Testimony Suspicious

(Jim Kouri guests on today's Morning Zone at 7:07AM MDT)

By Jim Kouri
Last week, a Washington, DC public-interest group reported that it uncovered documents revealing that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) headed by interim “Consumer Czar” Elizabeth Warren has been intensely involved in a 50-state settlement underway with the nation’s largest mortgage lenders related to alleged improper foreclosure procedures.
The CFPB is a new feder

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State Senior Economist Jim Robinson
State Senior Economist Jim Robinson
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It’s About the Economy on The Morning Zone Today

At 7:37AM MDT on today's Morning Zone... Home sales stay stagnant. Unemployment figures are worse. America’s foreclosure crisis remains a plague. Some pundits may try to sell you rose-colored glasses and pleasant predictions about the economy turning around soon. It’s not necessarily s

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Cheyenne Entrance (Courtesy of Cheyennecity.org)
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City Council Passes FY 2012 Budget [AUDIO]

After a lengthy meeting, the Cheyenne City Council passed the Fiscal Year 2012 Budget by a 7 to 3 vote Monday. The budget as passed includes a one thousand dollar raise for full-time city employees. the council also approved a couple of cost cutting measures put forward by Councilman Jack Spiker, which would offset the loss of revenues if the council next week fails to approve water and sewer rate increases.

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Jackson Lake Dam (Courtesy of Bureau of Reclamation)
Jackson Lake Dam (Courtesy of Bureau of Reclamation)
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Jackson Lake Dam Releases Decreased [AUDIO]

Daniel Sandoval reports that if you want to work for the City of Casper, you will have to apply online. The Bureau of Reclamation has decreased the releases from Jackson Lake Dam, Doug Randall has more on that story. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Chris Markowski
Chris Markowski
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It’s About Business and The Economy on The Morning Zone

If you want the real story about what is happening in the economy and how it effects your wallet, then be listening today at 7:07AM MDT, as The Watchdog on Wall Street, Chris Markowski helps kick off our 'Financial Wednesday'

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