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Wyoming Coal Production Down in 2012

An orange cloud that drifted over a part of Campbell County last week is nothing unusual.

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Comment Period Extended on Red Desert Drilling Project

The Bureau of Land Management will allow an extra 45 days of public comment on the expansion of a large drilling project in Wyoming's Red Desert.

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Jackson Officials Lobby Verizon for Better Wireless Service [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Energy Office, a division of  the Wyoming Business Council, has money available for small businesses and non-profits to conduct energy audits. The Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has organized a letter writing campaign to lobby Verizon Wireless for better cellphone service in Jackson Hole. Doug Randall reports. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Farrier (Dan Kitwood/Getty)
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Sheridan Business To Be On Discovery [AUDIO]

A uranium industry analyst says lower prices and a re-energized anti- nuclear power movement are not good news for that industry in Wyoming. Amy Richards has details. A Sheridan business will be highlighted in an upcoming episode of "How it's Made" on the discovery channel. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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A gas rig and windmill in Sublette County. (Michael Smith/Newsmakers/Getty)
A gas rig and windmill in Sublette County. (Michael Smith/Newsmakers/Getty)
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Appeals Court Nixes Case Against Jonah Field Drilling [AUDIO]

Doug Randall reports that the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals has dismissed a lawsuit filed by the Biodiversity Conservation Alliance to stop intense drilling in Wyoming's Jonah Field, because the organization missed the filing deadline. The 13th annual Wyoming Victim Services Conference begins today (8/29) in Cheyenne. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Today on The Morning Zone: What’s Happening in Our Local Economy?

The news has been filled with stories about the national and global economy, but what about our local economy? Dale Steenbergen, Executive Director of the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce  will dissect this when he guests at 8:07AM MDT on today's Morning Zone with Dave Chaffin.

Are we still seeing a

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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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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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Gillette Company Wins Coal Bid [AUDIO]

Federal officials have accepted a $49.3 million dollar bid from Cloud Peak Energy for a 19 hundred acre coal tract in northeastern Wyoming. Business Reporter Sharon Fain has details. Amy Richards has a report on a decrease in advance bookings for hotel rooms in Jackson. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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