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LCCC Residence Hall Lounge (Courtesy of LCCC)
LCCC Residence Hall Lounge (Courtesy of LCCC)
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LCCC Student Athletes Making the Grades

A total of 116 student-athletes were enrolled in the spring semester at Laramie County Community College, and their overall student-athlete GPA was 2.98.  59 percent of the athletes earned a 3.0  or be

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(Courtesy of Laramie County Community College)
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Tuesday on The Morning Zone: Kouri, Wy. Liberty, and LCCC

7:07 AM MDT;  Former police chief  author and columnist, Jim Kouri will guest to discuss his latesy column on a new report out that shows that DHS oblivious to unauthorized foreigners In U.S

8:007 AM MDT: Wyom

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LCCC, MPO Launch Seat Belt Campaign

Laramie County Community College and the City of Cheyenne  Metropolitan Planning Office will launch a joint campaign Monday to encourage LCCC students to buckle up, according to Sreyoshi Chakraborty of the MPO. She says the month-long campaign will feature, among other things, a presentation from a crash survivor on his experiences and a machine which simulates the effects of a car crash.

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(Courtesy Children's Discovery Center)
(Courtesy Children's Discovery Center)
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Children’s Discovery Center Offers Academic Pre-school

The manager of the Children's Discovery Center wants parents to know about the academic pre-school at Laramie County Community College and it's advantages for children. Carrie Westling says the center offers courses for children age 6 months to 6 years, as well as an after school and summer school for school age children. Westling says the center is accredited with the highest accreditation a pre-school  can receive in the United States, one of only 700 pre-schools to receive that recognition.

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Gov. Matt Mead (R-WY)
Gov. Matt Mead (R-WY)
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The Morning Zone has Gov. Matt Mead, Sven Larson and New LCCC President

Tuesday is another MUST LISTEN day in The Morning Zone with Dave Chaffin!

7:07AM MST: Dave will host Wyoming Governor Matt Mead on the program. Find out the governor's priorities for the upcomin

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Mexican Violence, Church Safety, Nullification and LCCC all on Today’s Morning Zone

Listen to The Morning Zone on AM650 KGAB. Starting at 7:07AM MDT, National Association of Chiefs of Police Board Member, and columnist Jim Kouri guests. Jim's latest column: Two female Mexican journalists were discovered brutally murdered in the Mexican capital, according to a U.S. DEA agent working in Mexico City, who spoke on condition of anonymity. They are the latest casualties in a war just as deadly and fierce as Iraq or Afghanistan for soldiers, police and reporters.

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An IED is detonated in Baghdad. (Spencer Platt/Getty)
An IED is detonated in Baghdad. (Spencer Platt/Getty)
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Middle East, LCCC on The Morning Zone

We are back after the Independence Day holiday with long time friend of the program,and middle eastern analyst, Micah Halpern at 7:07AM MDT today. Micah is the author of What You Need To Know About Terror and Thugs, and will update us on the latest event s in the middle east, including Iraq's recent show of home grown weaponry, the latest bombing in Iraq and events in Libya.

We'll have plenty of open line

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Governor: State Will Work to Open Snake River Canyon [Audio]

Governor Matt Mead says he will do all he can to make sure the landslide closing U.S. 26-89 is cleared safely and as soon as possible, Doug Randall reports. Laramie County Community College is prohibiting any horses coming onto or leaving the campus in Cheyenne for two weeks due to the Equine Herpes Virus-1. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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