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Where Do You Favor Educating Your Child – Survey of the Day

There’s not much in this world more important than your kids and their education.  I’m pretty sure any parent would agree.  With the smell and feel of Spring in the air, I got to thinking about Summer, and that reminds me that another school year is about to come to a close before we know it.

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Downtown Cheyenne
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Wed. Morning Zone: Mark Rinne City Councilman and, Joan Evans Too

7:07AM MDT: City Councilman Mark Rinne will be with us.

8:07AM MDT: Joan Evans, Director of Wyoming Workforce Services will guest and update us on the latest from her department, and the  recent report thaat we are seeing the jobless rate continue to drop in all but one of Wyoming's 23 counties.

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State Superintendent Cindy Hill
State Superintendent Cindy Hill
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Frosty Wooldridge and State Super Cindy Hill on Todays Morning Zone

7:07AM MST: Author, Commentator, World Traveler Frosty Wooldridge is back with Dave to talk more about a number of issues in the news relative to illegal immigration and over-population.

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State Budget Concerns For Community Colleges

SHERIDAN, Wyo. (AP) — One of the leaders of the Legislature’s Joint Appropriations Committee says funding for community colleges could be a tough issue for lawmakers during the upcoming budget session

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Watchog on Wall Street Chris Markowski
Watchog on Wall Street Chris Markowski
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Today’s Morning Zone:The Economy and Parent Leadership

Today on The Morning Zone:

7:07AM MST: Our Watchdog on Wall Street, Chris Markowski, guests to update us the latest in the economy. What's the real outlook for 2012?

7:37AM MST:  Philip Cioppa, joins us. Phil is the Managing Principal and Chief Investme

State Superintendent Cindy Hill
State Superintendent Cindy Hill
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Frosty, Harley Carnes and Cindy Hill on the Moring Zone[AUDIO]

7:07AM MST: World traveler, author and columnist Frosty Wooldridge  returns in his regular Monday slot to talk more on the long-term consequences of unchecked immigration and population. We'll talk with Frosty a

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SUICIDE OF A SUPERPOWER: CULTURE WARS WITHIN AMERICA On The Morning Zone

by Frosty Wooldridge

(Frosty guests at 7:07AM MST today on The Morning Zone on KGAB)

Suicide of a Superpower by Pat Buchanan

A book review: Part 5

Have you noticed more and more languages being spoken across America rather than English?   Have you noticed that meats at the supermarket must be stamped “Hilal” for Muslim consumption?  Have you noticed cab drivers with turbans? Have you noticed that Christmas, Easter and now Halloween, once powerful traditions of American life, have been changed so as to not offend immigrants?

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Wyoming Senator John Barrasso
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Senator John Barrasso and State Rep. Amy Edmonds on Today’s Morning Zone[AUDIO]

Today on The Morning Zone, our Kids At Risk series at 7:07AM explores a new survey released last week that shows sexual harassment is pervasive in schools grades 7-12 in this country today.

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Commentary: LGBT Attempting to Sneak Into School Curricula [AUDIO]

by Donna Garner

10-27-2011

(NOTE: The entire Audio From Donna Garners' Interview on The Morning Zone 10/28/2011 is posted at the bottom of this article)

On 9.21.11, FoxNews and other media highlighted an incident in the Ft. Worth School District in which a high-school student was suspended for expressing his opinion that homosexuality is wrong.

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Wyoming Spends Millions on Students Who Drop Out [AUDIO]

A new report says Wyoming spends $4.3 Million a year on first year Community College students who then drop out of school. Doug Randall has the details. The first 8 months of 2011 saw commercial air traffic in Wyoming increase by 1.3 percent over the same period in 2010. Business Reporter Sharon Fain has more.Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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