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Laramie County Community College
Laramie County Community College
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LCCC May Ask For Money for New Buildings

Laramie County Community College trustees will consider later this month whether to ask local voters to approve a roughly $20 million dollar bond issue for construction of two new buildings on the college's Cheyenne Campus

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Dale Steenbergen
Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce
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Steenbergen Sees Steady Economic Growth

Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce President and C-E-O Dale Steenbergen says the Laramie County economy is doing fairly well in most areas.

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Valerie Blair, U.S. Forest Service
Valerie Blair, U.S. Forest Service
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Wildfire Danger Increasing [AUDIO]

Wildfire experts says states across the west are now at the highest risk of the season for wildfires. Amy Richards reports. Laramie County officials say they are seeing some fresh interest in oil drilling after a recent lull. Business Reporter Sharon Fain has details. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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(Courtesy James Applegate)
(Courtesy James Applegate)
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Applegate Runs For Commission

Jim Applegate, a Cheyenne attorney and former state senator, has announced his candidacy as a Democrat for one of the four-year seats on the Laramie County Commission. He says one area where he differs from several ot

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Laramie County Commission Candidate Clare "Bud" Racicky (Courtesy)
Laramie County Commission Candidate Clare "Bud" Racicky (Courtesy)
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Racicky Emphasizes Positive Themes

Republican Laramie County Commission candidate Clare "Bud" Racicky says he wants to stress positive themes in his quest for public office. Racicky says he thinks most local officeholders--including current county commission members and Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen as well as the Cheyenne City Council--are basically doing a good job for the most part. Racicky does say he would like t

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County Commission Candidate Mike Olson (Courtesy of Candidate)
County Commission Candidate Mike Olson (Courtesy of Candidate)
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Olson Runs for Commission Seat

Businessman Mike Olson has filed as a Republican for the open four year seat on the Laramie County Commission. Olson says he sees the Niobrara Oil Play as one of the major issues facing the county over the next few years, especially it's impact on county infrastructure and water.

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Richard Keslar (Courtesy)
Richard Keslar (Courtesy)
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Keslar Announces Commission Run

Rick Keslar says he is running as a Republican for the open two year seat on the Laramie County Commission. Keslar is currently a Policy and Planning Analyst with the Wyoming Department of Transportation and has worked for the Wyoming State Highway Department and WYDOT for the past 37 years, experience  which he says gives him a strong background in management and customer service.

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(Mario Tama/Getty)
(Mario Tama/Getty)
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Steenburgen Says Oil Play Picking up

Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce President and C-E-O Dale Steenburgen says the Niobrara Oil Play in Laramie County seems to be picking up steam. Official numbers show that 14 oil and gas wells have been started in Laramie County through the first three months of this year, compared with 39 such starts in all of 2011. Steenburgen says besides the actual oil well activity, more companies that work in support roles are also locating in the county.

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(Mario Tama/Getty)
(Mario Tama/Getty)
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Railroad Makes Oil Shipment Plans [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Economic Development Association (WEDA) will hold their annual Winter Economic Development Conference at Little America in Cheyenne. Amy Richards reports. The operators of Wyoming's newest railroad are hoping to build a crude oil load out terminal for shipments of oil from the Niobrara oil play. Business Reporter Sharon Fain has details. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Mayor  Rick Kaysen
Mayor Rick Kaysen
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The Mayor and The Chamber On The Morning Zone Today

Today, we'll take a look at what's happening in Cheyenne...both in the city and in the economy and business. At 7:37AM MDT, Mayor Rick Kaysen will be on with us for his regular monthly visit. We'll talk with him on all the latest developments

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