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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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Juvenile Justice and the State Bullying Survey [AUDIO]

Friday is 'Kids-At-Risk' Day on The Morning Zone. These series of programs focus on the issues that put our children and families at risk in our community, our state and our country.At 7:07AM MDT, child advocate attorney John Frentheway and Licensed Professional Councilor, Renee Hansen weigh in on the on-going discussion of the need for Wyoming to come into compliance with Federal regulations as to how juveniles are adjudicated in the justice system. This is part 2 in this series on

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Laramie County Commissioner Gay Woodhouse
Laramie County Commissioner Gay Woodhouse
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More Play, Cyberbullying, County Commission on Friday’s Morning Zone [AUDIO]

At 7:07AM MDT, our 'Kids-At-Risk' panel explores a recent article in Health Day that says, "From hide-and-seek to tearing around the neighborhood with friends, playing is one of the hallmarks of childhood. But in this era of hyper-vigilant parenting, researchers find that children in the United States have far less time to play than kids of 50 years ago, a trend that may have serious consequences for their development and mental health."

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State Superintendent Cindy Hill
State Superintendent Cindy Hill
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Cindy Hill On Today’s Morning Zone

Join us in The Morning Zone today at 9:07AM MDT, as State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Cindy Hill guests.  We will get an update from her on the search for a P.A.W.S. testing contractor, and we'll get her in depth comments on the origress of schools around the state in establishing effective bullying policies

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Senior Economist Jim Robinson
Senior Economist Jim Robinson
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Wyoming’s Economy , 9-11 and Social Security on The Morning Zone

September 11, 2001: It’s the day no American will ever forget. Lt. Col. Robert Darling was with the vice president and national security advisors beneath the White House during the attacks of 9/11, giving him a unique perspective far beyond the media reports and documentaries attempts to convey  what happened during the worst terrorist attack in history on U.S. soil. Lt. Col

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Teen Drinking, Smoking Higher Among Facebook Users Topic of Today’s Kids At Risk

A new study out shows that U.S. teens who use social networking sites and watch "suggestive" TV shows are more likely to use drugs and alcohol than teens with little exposure to such media, a new survey found

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Marvin Nash of Bullying Hurts presents the program in the classroom
Marvin Nash of Bullying Hurts presents the program in the classroom
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Bullying Hurts Rolling Across Nevada

You may have heard Marvin Nash from the Bullying Hurts Program on The Morning Zone today talking about this...Marvin of Cheyenne, Friday began rolling his 130-pound rodeo barrel from Reno to Las Vegas in hopes of completing the 450-mile feat by the Oct

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South High School (Courtesy)
South High School (Courtesy)
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It’s Back To School Today On The Morning Zone

We are only a week away from school starting for another year here in southeast Wyoming, and today in The Morning Zone, we'll take a look at some of the issues to consider as we get ready for the 'Reading, Writing and Rithmetic'

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Rep. Cynthia Lummis (R-Wyo.)
Rep. Cynthia Lummis (R-Wyo.)
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Kaysen and Lummis Featured Guests on Today’s Morning Zone

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen joins us today in The Morning Zone at 7:37AM MDT. We'll get his update on latest negotiations to sell city-owned property along Dell Range Blvd. to the owners of Menard's Home Improvemen

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Illegal immigrants in Arizona. (John Moore/Getty)
Illegal immigrants in Arizona. (John Moore/Getty)
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Commentary: Poor Immigrants Choking Social Services

by Frosty Wooldridge

While attending a conference in Denver, Colorado, I noticed dozens of beggars on the streets. They stood at intersections carrying cardboard signs that read, “Homeless, anything will help, God bless.”

As I walked out of the Colorado Convention Center, one man, wrapped in rags, curled himself around a steam vent on the sidewalk. A cardboard box served as a pillow. Cement served as his mattress. I sickened at the thought of his night in 15 degree freezing cold. Along Colfax Avenue, hundreds of homeless begged for food or money. They slept in huddled misery under the loading docks and in doorways.

The poor will always be with us; just more of them!

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