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Green House Data Cuts Ribbon on New Facility

Governor Matt Mead joined officials from Green House Data to cut the ribbon on their new 35,000 square foot data center in Cheyenne on Wednesday.

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UW to Host ‘AstroCamp: Journey to the Stars’ June 16-25

Middle school students from throughout the state of Wyoming along with parts of the Rocky Mountains and Great Plains Regions will have the opportunity to participate in the University of Wyoming's AstroCamp: Journey to the Stars.

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Laramie City Manager Janine Jordan and City Councilman Klaus Hanson discuss the Cirrus Sky Technology Park at an open house. (Kari Eakins, Townsquare Media)
Laramie City Manager Janine Jordan and City Councilman Klaus Hanson discuss the Cirrus Sky Technology Park at an open house. (Kari Eakins, Townsquare Media)
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SLIB to Decide on $5.4M Grant for Cirrus Sky Technology Park

In one week Laramie will know whether or not it will receive a $5.4 million grant to create the Cirrus Sky Technology Park. The State Loan and Investment Board is scheduled to hold a special grant and loan meeting on Thursday, Jan. 17th in Cheyenne.

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Verizon Announces 4G Service in Cheyenne

We've been talking about it for a few weeks, but today it's official: Verizon has rolled out 4G service throughout the Cheyenne metro area.

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UPDATED: Facebook Says Privacy Breach ‘False’ Rumor – BBC

Update: The BBC is reporting the  postings are actually public posts. It can be difficult to remember what's public and what's not when dealing with messages/posts that are four or five years old. But this is a good reminder that anything on the internet - even if you think it to be private - probably isn't.

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Sen. Mike Enzi (R-WY) (Chip Somodevilla/Getty)
Sen. Mike Enzi (R-WY) (Chip Somodevilla/Getty)
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Enzi Supports Antipiracy Bill Delay [AUDIO]

U-S Senator Mike Enzi says delaying this week's senate vote on internet antipiracy legislation was a good decision. Amy Richards has a report. A Senior Economist with the Research and Planning Section of the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services says Wyoming's unemployment rate remained unchanged in December at 5.8 percent. David Bullard says that number has showed little change for the past six months. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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New Cell Alert System – Big Brother’s Calling This Saturday On “Across America”!

The Federal government and local authorities will soon be able to reach people directly on their cell phones to warn of imminent danger like tornadoes or alert them about missing children — even in the middle of a widespread emergency that overloads communications
systems, like what happened on 9/11. We'll find out how this will effect you as well as find out what technology our American Hero's used to take down Public Enemy #1: Osama bin Laden with guest Author Anthony R. Howard.

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How Albert Einstein Helped Change Our Lives On “Across America” [Audio]

Albert Einstein was a rebel who was rejected by schools, society, and science. How did he turn it around and make discoveries leading to DVDs, iPods, lasers, computers, GPS and the Internet? Join me, Gary Freeman, as I talk with physicist Robert Piccioni, Ph.D who translates modern science into plain English, about how this "outcast" helped to change our lives today. Click past the jump to hear this great interview about Albert Einstein!

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