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More than a hundred parents, teachers, students and other community members attended the Natrona County School District meeting Monday.   Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
More than a hundred parents, teachers, students and other community members attended the Natrona County School District meeting Monday. Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
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Natrona County School Board Votes To Close Four Schools

The closures will go into effect at the end of this school year.

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Edenham High School Pupils Sent Home From Cash Strapped School
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Wyoming Lawmakers Eye Bigger Classes to Address Shortfall

State officials testified about class sizes before the Legislature's Select Committee on School Facilities in Casper on Tuesday.

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Kevin Koile - TownSquare Media
Kevin Koile - TownSquare Media
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Wyoming Lawmakers Consider Options on Collecting Money Owed

Most of the money owed to the state is from a combination of unpaid court fines and taxes.

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Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
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Wyoming Legislative Panel Recommends Collecting Gross Sales Data

Without a personal or corporate income tax and with some of the lowest sales and property taxes in the nation, Wyoming is heavily reliant on energy industry taxes.

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Karen Snyder, Townsquare Media
Karen Snyder, Townsquare Media
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Wyoming Lawmakers Consider One Percent Tax on Tourism

Tourism officials say any additional funding the office might receive from the tax would be directed toward national and international marketing.

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Karen Snyder, Townsquare Media
Karen Snyder, Townsquare Media
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Wyoming Lawmakers Consider ‘Menu’ of New Taxes

Committee co-chairman Rep. Mike Madden, of Buffalo, says not all the proposals are going to move forward.

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Edenham High School Pupils Sent Home From Cash Strapped School
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Wyoming Will Explore New Methods for Funding Education

The consultants presented their plan to lawmakers Tuesday as the state tries to tackle a looming education funding deficit.

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Karen Snyder, Townsquare Media
Karen Snyder, Townsquare Media
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Wyoming Lawmakers Want to See Cuts Before New Revenue for Education

During the 2017 session, legislators trimmed around $34.5 million from K-12 education.

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Univ. of Wyoming Staff Members Seek Salary Raises

The senate states 83 percent of the university's staff earns less than their counterparts at other Wyoming state agencies.

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Karen Snyder, Townsquare Media
Karen Snyder, Townsquare Media
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Tax Cut for Wyoming Uranium Meets Lawmaker Opposition

Global competition has pressured some companies to cut staff and defer expansion plans.

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