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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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Dale Steenbergen. President and CEO, Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce
Dale Steenbergen. President and CEO, Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce
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Greater Cheyenne Chamber on The Morning Zone

Today at 8:07AM MDT, the Director of The Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce, Dale Steenbergen, will be back for his monthly update on business and economic activity in the Cheyenne area. We will talk with Dale about the latest on NCAR, the new supercomputer facility nearly complete

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Gov. Mead with Dave in The Morning Zone (J. Green/TSM)
Gov. Mead with Dave in The Morning Zone (J. Green/TSM)
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Gov. Mead Visits The Morning Zone

Today at 7:07AM MDT, Gov. Matt Mead will return to guest on The Morning Zone. The governor will update us on those issues effecting the State right now, and we'll talk more with him about what he believes we need to put in place to improve child abuse prevention in the state, and how we can do more to better meet juvenile justice needs today.

At 8:07, Jerry Crader

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Congressional Republicans Hold News Conf. On Senate Health Care Bill
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Senator Barrasso To Headline The Morning Zone Program Today

Wyoming's U.S. Senator, John Barrasso will be our guest, live from Washington, at 7:37AM MDT today on The Morning Zone. We will talk with the senator about the ongoing efforts in both houses of Congress to reduce the deficit and raise the debt ceiling, and we will get his view on the Obama Administration's recent flip-flop on domestic drilling

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Mayor  Rick Kaysen
Mayor Rick Kaysen
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The Mayor and The Chamber On The Morning Zone Today

Today, we'll take a look at what's happening in Cheyenne...both in the city and in the economy and business. At 7:37AM MDT, Mayor Rick Kaysen will be on with us for his regular monthly visit. We'll talk with him on all the latest developments

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Fracking Leads to Methane Contamination of Water: Study

A new study published Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences provides data helpful both to the fracking industry and those opposed to the natural gas drilling method, ProPublica reports.

Scientists from Duke University studied a number of drinking wells in the area of fracking wells. While no chemicals were found from the drilling process, methane levels in many water supplies were quite high.

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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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Climate Benefits of Natural Gas May Be Overstated: ProPublica

by Abrahm Lustgarten, ProPublica, Jan. 25, 2011, 8:34 a.m.

This piece, available here, is generously provided by the non-profit Pro Publica and is part of their series, "Buried Secrets: Gas Drilling's Environmental Threat." View the full series here.

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The United States is poised to bet its energy future on natural gas as a clean, plentiful fue

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Oil Development Taxes County Roads

With continued talk of a possible oil play in Laramie County, residents in some other parts of the state are concerned about the effects of heavy energy production equipment on county roads. Gregory Nickerson examines the issue in WyoFile.

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