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Joe Arnold ‘Mountaineer’s View’ Exhibit Showing at LCCC March 6-28

Have you ever climbed to the top of a mountain?

Artist Joe Arnold has and he shares his 'Mountaineer's View' at the Esther and John Clay Fine Arts Gallery at Laramie County Community College from March 6 through the 28th.

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LCCC Seeking State Money For New Buildings

Murphy says Laramie County is one of the few counties that has voted in support of local funding for such a project recently.

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Tuesday On The Morning Zone

Today's schedule includes:

7:07AM MST Law enforcement columnist, Jim Kouri will visit with host Dave Chaffin on his latest column (posted here under "Opinion"), During the busy shopping weekend, that began with Black Friday through the Thanksgiving holiday-weekend on Saturday and Sunday, many Christmas bargain-hunters were subjected to loud, boisterous labor demonstrations in front of department stores such as the Wal-Mart chain and other non-union retailers, according to numerous national and local media stories.The tactics employed by the

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Laramie County Community College Bond Election Successful

Voter turnout in Tuesday's election was just under 24- percent.

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LCCC Bond Issue Faces Voters Tuesday

Laramie County voters will decide the fate of a proposed bond issue to raise $25 million for new buildings at LCCC Tuesday.

The college wants to put the money towards construction of a new Student Center as well as a Flexible Technology building

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Schaffer: New Buildings Needed To Meet Enrollment, Employer Demands

LCCC is asking Laramie County voters to approve a $25 million bond issue in a special election on November 5th.

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Today On The Morning Zone: Jim Kouri on Crime, and Building Forward with LCCC

7:07AM MDT: Former law enforcement professional and now crime columnist, Jim Kouri guests with host Dave Chaffin to discuss his latest column, "ACLU blasts ATF treatment of gun-walker whistleblower". The calls

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Barrack, Curley and LCCC Today’s Morning Zone

Today On The Program:

7:07AM MDT Early Bird Open Lines...Be our guest and call in with what's on your mind to 1-888-503-6500 toll free or 307-632-6500 or 632-3323 locally.

 

7:37AM MDT: Political pundit, Ben

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LCCC Officials Say Growth Drives Building Needs

The total cost of the building project is estimated at $47 million, with the Student Center expected to cost $30 million and the Flex-Tech Building $14 million.

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Tuesday’s Morning Zone Has Wyo. Liberty Group and LCCC

We get back to normal today on The Morning Zone after the Labor Day Weekend,

7:07AM MDT: Early Bird Open Lines...We'll start the day with your chance to be our guest and weigh in the issues concerning you. Call in toll free at 1-888-503-6500

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