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Youth Career Fair Planned for South High School

The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services will hold a youth career fair April 18 from 11:15 am until 2 pm at Cheyenne South High School. according to workforce services spokeswoman Andrea Hixon

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Barrasso to give commencement address at LCCC

Laramie County Community College is pleased to announce that Senator John Barrasso will be the commencement speaker for this year’s ceremony, which takes place on May 11.

Barrasso has served the state of Wyoming in the United States Senate since 2007

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Tuesday In The Morning Zone

 

Today's Morning Zone features Wyoming Liberty Group and LCCC

7:07AM MDT: Early Bird Open Lines...Weigh in onyour topic of the day before you have the head off to work. Call into the programand talk live with host

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LCCC Equestrian Team participates in national semifinals

Congratulation! Last week, four riders from Laramie County Community College’s equestrian team recently had the opportunity to show their talents in the national semifinals of the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) competition in Syracuse, N

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LCCC May Ask For Money for New Buildings

Laramie County Community College trustees will consider later this month whether to ask local voters to approve a roughly $20 million dollar bond issue for construction of two new buildings on the college's Cheyenne Campus

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Author Murray Holland
Author Murray Holland
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It’s Morning Again on KGAB!

Today's Morning Zone program is jam packed with great news, interviews, information and entertainment.

7:07AM MST:Murray Holland is a successful investment banker, attorney and author whose new book, Debt Trap, represents an engrossing, yet gut-wrenching, analysis of our debt crisis to the degree no political figure would dare take us. Holland will tackle this debt-ceilin

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Kaysen: Possible LCCC Purchase Of ”Hole” Exploratory

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says a possible purchase of the area in downtown Cheyenne commonly referred to as "the hole", as well as the Hynds Building, by Laramie County Community College for off-campus housing is strictly in the discussion stage at this point

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Latina Youth Conference Oct. 19-21

The Wyoming Latina Youth Conference is scheduled for October 19-21 in Cheyenne, according to event organizer Anne Redman. She says this year's conference will kick off October 19th at the Cheyenne Holiday Inn with a banquet featuring keynote speaker Magdalena Gomez.  On Saturday October 20 several workshops will be held a

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Feds To Visit LCCC [AUDIO]

Officials with the U.S. Department of Education will visit Laramie County Community College Friday to highlight education successes and lead conversations about school reform. Amy Richards has a report.  Investigators believe the Little Horsethief fire in Jackson began in the backyard of a home south of town. Kevin Koile reports from Casper. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Monday’s Morning Zone Line-Up

Host Dave Chaffin is not feeling well today, so Rich Moore is filling in and has a great line-up of interesting guests he'll be talking with.

7:07AM MDT Law enforcement Columnist, Jim Kouri will be talking about his latest op-ed piece DNC speech: Americans love for Bill Clinton a mystery..(See the entire column here under co

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