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South Dakota Governor To Speak At Gov. Mead’s Business Forum

South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard (R-SD) will be a speaker at Gov. Matt Mead's (R-WY) 2nd Business Forum next month in Cheyenne.

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Wyoming Recognized As Leader in Data Center Recuriting, Retention

. The magazine Expansion Solutions gave Wyoming a Top 5 Award of Excellence for work in recruiting data centers.

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Governor’s Second Annual Broadband Summit Coming Up in Cheyenne [AUDIO]

A federal judge has allowed loggers to go back to work on national forests without waiting for federal agencies to lift logging bans prompted by the government shutdown. Governor Matt Mead's 2nd Annual Broadband Summit will be held later this month in Cheyenne

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Furloughed State Employees Back at Work [AUDIO]

With the partial government shutdown ended, Gov. Matt Mead directed Wyoming state agencies to bring back furloughed employees as soon as possible. Secession backers from Northern Colorado pitch their idea to a central Colorado county not considering the idea

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Montana And Wyoming Won’t Use State Money to Open National Parks [AUDIO]

Governors in Montana and Wyoming say they will not pay to reopen National Parks during the federal government shutdown. A 29 year old former church youth counselor in Lander has been charged with having sex with a minor

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State Employees Impacted by Federal Shutdown

Governor Matt Mead says the federal shutdown has required the State of Wyoming to place 233 federally funded employees on furlough, effective Monday, October 7th.

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Gov. Mead Declares October Rett Syndrome Awareness Month

Rett syndrome is caused by mutations on the X chromosome on a gene called MECP2 and strikes all racial and ethnic groups, and occurs worldwide in 1 of every 10,000 to 23,000 female births.

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Governor Mead Heading to Asia This Month

Mead will visit Taiwan and South Korea from Oct. 9-20.The governor's office says both countries are likely to expand imports of American coal, uranium, natural gas and agricultural products.

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Gov. Mead to Host 2nd Business Forum

The second Governor Matthew H. Mead Business Forum will be held November 19th and 20th in Cheyenne at Little America.

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Mead Concerned About Regional Haze Proposal [Audio]

UW researchers will have a new way to map groundwater aquifers in the  Laramie and Snowy Ranges. Amy Richards reports. Governor Matt Mead says there is real concern in the state about the EPA's proposed regional haze rule

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