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THE MORNING ZONE ON AM 650 KGAB AND online radio at www.kgab.com weekday 6 to 10AM MDT with Host Dave Chaffin
THE MORNING ZONE ON AM 650 KGAB AND online radio at www.kgab.com weekday 6 to 10AM MDT with Host Dave Chaffin
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Monday’s Morning Zone: Frosty on Population, and County Commission

Good Morning and welcome to the first day of April.We are kicking off the month in The Morning Zone with great news, information and a little entertainment thrown in to spice it up.

7:07AM MDT: Today, host Dave Chaffin will be talking with world traveler, columnist and author, Frosty Wooldridge kicking off his new series on over-population in America with a look at accelerating growth consequences...deanial...displacement...a

csessums, Flickr
csessums, Flickr
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Commissioner Supports Gas Tax Increase

Laramie County Commissioner  Keith "Buck" Holmes says that as much as he dislikes paying an extra ten cent per gallon gasoline tax, he thinks the legislature did the right thing by imposing the extra tax during it's recent session

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Laramie County government building
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Monday’s Morning Zone has Frosty Wooldridge and County Commissioner

Today, we will kick off the week with another spirited conversation with author, columnist and world traveler, Frosty Woodrge  and, a representative of the County Commission,and you'll haveplenty for openline time, too.

07:07AM MST: Frosty Wool

(Courtesy Amber Ash)
(Courtesy Amber Ash)
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Ash Questions Addiction Argument Against Lottery

Laramie County Commissioner Amber Ash says she's not sure one of the main arguments opponents of a lottery in Wyoming have been using--that it encourages people with a gambling addiction to waste money-- is true.

(Courtesy Amber Ash)
(Courtesy Amber Ash)
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Monday on The Morning Zone: Frosty on Immigration and County Commissioner Amber Ash

Are you ready for another great week in The Morning Zone?

7:07AM MST: Author, columnist and world traveler Frosty Wooldridge join's host Dave Chaffin to continue his on going discussion on the issues with immigration and it's long term effects on population.

8:07AM MST The first in our regul

City Council Swearing In Ceremony (Doug Randall/tsm)
City Council Swearing In Ceremony (Doug Randall/tsm)
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Local Officials Sworn In

Newly elected members of the Cheyenne City Council and Laramie County Commission were officially sworn into office on Monday in seperate ceremonies.

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen was sworn into office for a second term Monday afternoon at the Cheyenne Civic Center by Wyoming Supreme Court Justice Micheal Davis

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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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Steenbergen Calls For Flexible Planning

Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce President and C-E-O Dale Steenbergen says city and county government need to be flexible in planning for the future.

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Laramie County Commission Candidate Kelly Krakow (Courtesy)
Laramie County Commission Candidate Kelly Krakow (Courtesy)
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Krakow Runs for Commission

Republican Laramie County Commission candidate Kelly Krakow says he would like to see the state set up a special fund to help local governments deal with years when the budget is tight.

Krakow, who is Mayor of Albin

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(Courtesy James Applegate)
(Courtesy James Applegate)
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Applegate Runs For Commission

Jim Applegate, a Cheyenne attorney and former state senator, has announced his candidacy as a Democrat for one of the four-year seats on the Laramie County Commission. He says one area where he differs from several ot

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Laramie County Commission Candidate Clare "Bud" Racicky (Courtesy)
Laramie County Commission Candidate Clare "Bud" Racicky (Courtesy)
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Racicky Emphasizes Positive Themes

Republican Laramie County Commission candidate Clare "Bud" Racicky says he wants to stress positive themes in his quest for public office. Racicky says he thinks most local officeholders--including current county commission members and Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen as well as the Cheyenne City Council--are basically doing a good job for the most part. Racicky does say he would like t

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