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Dale Steenbergen
Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce
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Tuesday On The Morning Zone, Healthcare, Silent Majority, and The Chamber

It's another fabulous day in the Morning Zone. Join us to hear these great discussions.

7:07AM MDT: Healthcare Is Not for Sharing...Contributor & author: Dr. Jane M. Orient, Medical Physician and Ex

Dale Steenbergen (Courtesy Cheyenne Chamber)
Dale Steenbergen (Courtesy Cheyenne Chamber)
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Steenburgen Says 6-Penny Support Mixed

Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce President and C-E-O Dale Steenburgen says surveys of chamber members as well as informal conversations he's had with local business owners shows strong support for a couple of the items on the Laramie County sixth-penny sales tax ballot, while other proposals are drawing both positive and negative responses.

Steenburgen says the proposed

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Dale Steenbergen
Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce
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Crime Columnist Kouri and Greater Cheyenne Chamber on The Morning Zone

Dave Chaffin is back from his day off to host another great Morning Zone Program today.

7:07AM MDT: Crime and Law enforcement columnist, Jim Kouri returns today to tell us about a report released on Friday, stating that a government watchdog group revealed that the Obama Administration gave a former director at the scandal-ridden left-

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A cottonwood tree. (Phillippe Diederich/Getty)
A cottonwood tree. (Phillippe Diederich/Getty)
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Trees Stolen from Romero Park

Two Plains Straight Cottonwood trees were stolen from the David R. Romero South Cheyenne Community Park last week, according to Scott Smith, Projects Information Officer for the city of Cheyenne. He says the trees were between six and eight feet tall and around two inches in diameter.

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Workers prepare concrete. (Ulet Ifansasti/Getty)
Workers prepare concrete. (Ulet Ifansasti/Getty)
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Steenburgen Concerned About New Building Code

Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce President and C-E-O Dale Steenburgen says he has some concerns about the new city building code. Steenburgen says that while the intention of the new code is to improve safety and clarify city regulations, he's concerned the end result will be increased costs and over regulation of business.

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Dale Steenbergen (Courtesy Cheyenne Chamber)
Dale Steenbergen (Courtesy Cheyenne Chamber)
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Retail Sales Jump Almost 20 Percent

Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce President and C-E-O Dale Steenburgen says the latest available year over year retail sales figures for Cheyenne--for February--show an increase of an eye-popping 18.9 percent compared to February 2011. Steenburgen says industrial development showed strong growth, and home sales also showed improvement.

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Dale Steenbergen (Courtesy Cheyenne Chamber)
Dale Steenbergen (Courtesy Cheyenne Chamber)
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Chamber Survey Shows 6th Penny Support, Concerns

The President and C-E-O of the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce says a recent survey of chamber members shows support for most of the items on the sixth penny sales tax ballot, but also concerns about the cost and long term sustainability of some of the projects. Dale Steenburgen says all of the items except the Archer Complex received more yes votes than no votes, and he says the vote on the Archer Complex was close.

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Bootification Ball
Bootification Ball
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Leadership Cheyenne Announces 2012 Beautification ProjectB

Once again, The Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce  and it's Leadership Cheyenne class of 2012 are making great plans to improve our community. The class has announced their annual beautification project for the city!

The class of 2012 has partnered with the class of 2011, Cheyenne Light Fuel & Power, Rocky Mountain Landscaping, and the Cheyenne Cottonwood Society to bring to fruition the Leadership Cheyenne Class of 2012 Reforestation Project. Th

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(Mario Tama/Getty)
(Mario Tama/Getty)
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Steenburgen Says Oil Play Picking up

Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce President and C-E-O Dale Steenburgen says the Niobrara Oil Play in Laramie County seems to be picking up steam. Official numbers show that 14 oil and gas wells have been started in Laramie County through the first three months of this year, compared with 39 such starts in all of 2011. Steenburgen says besides the actual oil well activity, more companies that work in support roles are also locating in the county.

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Greater Cheyenne Chamber offers Cowboy Ethics

The Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce is offering a half-day Cowboy Ethics workshop for businesses interested in a fresh, common-sense approach to business ethics.

The "Standing Tall in an Upside-Down World" workshop is part of the Wyoming Business Leaders Initiative, a joint program of the University of Wyoming College of Business and the Center for Cowboy Ethics and Leadership. The workshop is

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