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Laramie Wishes its Troops Well [PHOTOS]

162 members of the Wyoming Army National Guard's 133rd Engineer Company took to the floor in formation at UW's Arena Auditorium Thursday, as a crowd of well-wishers in the stands cheered them on.

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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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(Courtesy of Laramie County Community College)
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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 To Request $20 Million For Buildings

Laramie County Community College Trustees voted 7-0 last night to ask voters in November for a $20 Million bond levy to build two new buildings. The proposal will be scheduled as a special election, since 2013 is not a regular election year

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Touch Screen Voting Machine ( Getty Images)
Touch Screen Voting Machine ( Getty Images)
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Tuesday on The Morning Zone

Today is Election Day...BE SURE TO REMEMBER TO GO VOTE. THE POLLS ARE OPEN FROM 7am UNTIL 7pm mst.

Today, Dave's guests will be:

7:37AM MDT-Political pundit  Doug Johnson...And The Winner Is… Or Is There Something More Important Rig

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LCCC to Host Dime Store Novel Display

This fall, the Ludden Library at Laramie County Community College will welcome a dime novel display and discussion with Dr. John C. Rumm, Curator of Western American History at the Buffalo Bill Museum in Cody, Wyoming

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(Courtesy of Laramie County Community College)
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Tuesday Dave Chaffin Has Kouri, Wyo. Liberty and LCCC on the Morning Zone

Join us today for a great line-up of guests to get your morning going with the best information and entertainment around:

7:07AM MDT: Crime columnist Jim Kouri  is back to talk about the upcoming Supreme Court sessions. What will it bring?

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Schwerdtfeger (Courtesy of LCCC)
Schwerdtfeger (Courtesy of LCCC)
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Interim VP of Academic Affairs has been hired at LCCC

Laramie County Community College has hired Dr. Pat Schwerdtfeger as the Interim Vice President of Academic Affairs. Dr. Schwerdtfeger will assist the College for the next five to eight months, or until a permanent vice president is hired. Lccc President Joe Schaffer says  he believes Dr. Schwerdtfeger will be a good fit for the organization at this time,.

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

Today on KGAB's Morning Zone Program, host Dave Chaffin talks with:

7:07AM MDT: Former Police Chief turned crim columnist and analyst, Jim Kouri joins Dave to talk about the shocking details of the Wisconsin Sihk Temple shooting outside Madison, Wisconsin.

8:07AM MDT: Representatives from

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