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Marvin Nash Bullying Hurts
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Bullying Hurts Fundraiser Today

Brad and Barbie Harrington, the publishers of the Liberty's Torch newspaper, are holding a special fundraiser today, Saturday, March 30, from 10AM until 6PM at the corner of 29th Street and Warren Avenue on the east side of Pando Park

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School Bullying Still a Problem
School Bullying Still a Problem
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Morning Zone: Kids-At-Risk on Autism, Lauren Bard-Alex Frye’s Sister on Bullying

7:07AM MDT on Friday's is our Kids-At- Risk day on The Morning Zone. This is a special series of programs where our expert panel, John Frentheway-Child Advocate Attorney and Renee' Hanson, Licensed Professional Counselor, explore those issues and problems that continue to put our kids and families at risk in our community, our state, and our country.  Today, we wil

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Nash, Stock Disagree over School Safety, Bullying

Bullying Hurts founder Marvin Nash says some schools in Laramie County District 1 are not safe for students because of the threat of bullying, a view Superintendent Mark Stock strongly disputes. Nash says a lack of openness and inaction on anti-bullying efforts in the district means some district students are not safe from bullying. Nash says that while the district does not ignore incidents of bullying, it's efforts don't go far enough in some cases. He points to the death of Carey Junior High School student  Alex Frye in January as an example. Frye died from a gunshot wound January 3 after his father had reported him missing January 1. Frye was allegedly severely bullied at school prior to his death. Laramie County Coroner Mary Luna has scheduled an inquest for next month to determine the exact circumstances of Frye's death.

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The Morning Zone: Meth, Bullying and The Supreme Court Obamacare Case

7:07AM MDT: Our Kids-AT-Risk panel explores a new study on meth that shows when expectant moms use methamphetamine, their kids may be at greater risk of behavioral and emotional problems by kindergarten, a new study finds. Researcher

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Friday on the Morning Zone: Sex Change Treatment for Kids, and A New Paradigm for Bullying

Today at 7:07AM MST on the Morning Zone will see our continuing "Kids-At-Risk Series" focus on a study that shows that sex-change treatment for kids is on the rise. Seem bizarre? Well,increasing numbers of teens and even younger children who think they were born the wrong sex are getting support from parents and from doctors who give them sex-changing treatments, according to reports in the medical journal Pediatrics. It's an issue that raise

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Cheyenne Regional Medical Center
Cheyenne Regional Medical Center
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Friday on the Morning Zone: Kids living with Alcoholic Parents, Bullying and CRMC Behavioral Health

Friday on The Morning Zone:

7:07AM MST: Our 'Kids-At-Risk Series explores a sobering new study that says  about 7.5 million American children under the age of 18 live with a parent who's strugg

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Kids-At-Risk: Teen Pregnancy and Bullying Today on The Morning Zone

Friday is Kids-At-Risk day on The Morning Zone, and our panel will begin at 7:07AM MST by discussing  a new study that shows, states with more comprehensive sex education programs had lower teen birth rates -- but the effect seemed to be due more to political, religious and social differences between those states than the sex ed itself. Also, another interestin

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Wyoming First Lady Carol Mead
Wyoming First Lady Carol Mead
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Bullying Solutions Townhall a Huge Success

Tuesday night, about 200 members of the Cheyenne community gathered at First Baptist Church to talk about developing solutions to the epidemic problem of school bullying.

There has been tremendous concern for this issue for a couple of years,but it seemed to heighten to new levels with the untimely "bullycide" of young Alexander Frye, a 13 year old Carey Jr

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Bullying Solutions Town Hall Meeting Slated

Everyone in the Cheyenne/Laramie County community is cordially invited to attend a very special School Bullying Solutions Town Hall Meeting sponsored by The Morning Zone and AM650 KGAB on Tuesday, January 31st from 6:30 til 8:30 PM in the main auditorium of First Baptist Church, 1800 East Pershing Blvd.

The purpose of this meeting is for al

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Today’s Morning Zone: Kids At Risk, Bullying and CRMC Urgent Care

7:07AM MST: Our Kids-AT-Risk panel will explore a new government study that suggests a lot of teenage girls are still clueless about their chances of getting pregnant. In a survey of thousands of teenage mothers who had unintended pregnancies, about a third who didn't use birth control said the reason was they didn't believe they could pregnant. Why they thought that is

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