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Kaysen Honored For Building Safety

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen will be honored in mid-May in Washington D.C. by the International Code Council for his commitment and contributions to building safety as part of the 2012 Elected Officials of the Year Awards.

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Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen (Amy Richards/tsm)
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Kaysen Says Developer Interested in Belvoir Ranch

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says the city continues to speak with a developer who may want to lease at least part of the Belvoir Ranch for a wind energy development. The mayor says the conversations have been going on for a while, but he declined to name the developer or specifics of a possible agreement other than to say the developer is interested in leasing the western portion of the ranch for a possible wind energy project.

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Mayor Says Cheyenne Drawing Business Inquiries

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says he's hearing a lot of questions about Cheyenne from companies considering doing business here. Microsoft announced last week that it is locating a data center in the capital city, which is expected to add 40 well-paying jobs to the local economy.

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Tuesday The Morning Zone Has Kouri, The Mayor and Day of Giving

7:07AM MDT: Law Enforcement Columnist, and former Vice President of The National Association of Chiefs of Police, Jim Kouri guests to discuss his latest column, GSA corruption more far reaching than suspected, says lawmaker, watchdog group. (See it posted in it's entirety righ

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Mayor Says No Raises for City Employees

Cheyenne city employees shouldn't expect to see any salary increases when the new city budget takes effect July1, according to Mayor Rick Kaysen. The mayor says Governor Matt Mead and the state legislature have made it clear they don't want state money for municipalities to go for raises or the hiring of new employees.

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Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen (Amy Richards/tsm)
Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen (Amy Richards/tsm)
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Mayor Urges Cleanup Effort

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen is asking city residents to pick up debris and trash around their property. The mayor says the recent windy weather has resulted in a higher than normal amount of debris, both on private property and around businesses in the city. Kaysen says he's thinking of pro

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Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen (Amy Richards/tsm)
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Tuesday on the Morning Zone: Kouri, The Mayor and Home and Garden Preview

7:07 AM MDT: Law Enforcement Columnist, Jim Kouri returns with a discussion of his latest column. Jim is a board member and former vice-president of the National Association of Chiefs of Police.

 

7:37AM MDT: Mayo

Mayor Kaysen (Courtesy Mike Richards)
Mayor Kaysen (Courtesy Mike Richards)
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Mayor Kaysen to Run Again

Mayor Rick Kaysen announced Wednesday that he will run for re-election. Kaysen says he has enjoyed serving as the  Mayor of Cheyenne over the last three years. Kaysen says  he wants to continue to serve if he is re-elected

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New Webcams at Glendo and Boysen Parks [AUDIO]

New webcams have been installed and are operational at Glendo and Boysen State Parks by the Wyoming Division of  State Parks, Historic Sites and Trails.   Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says he supports a proposal by Cheyenne Light, Fuel and Power to build a new generating station on Campstool Road within city limits. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Mexico, The City and The Arts Today on The Morning Zone

It's another great day on The Morning Zone 6-10AM MST right here on AM650 KGAB and www.kgab.com

7:07AM MST: Law Enforcement columnist Jim Kouri is back with Dave and will share comments on his latest column, on Mexico's Citizen Council for Public Safety and Justice recently released the 2011 list of the 50 most violent cities in the world. 12 Mexican cities were included on the li

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