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Economist Ernie Goss
Economist Ernie Goss
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State Economic Indicators Remain Strong (AUDIO)

A guide who leads tours of Yellowstone National Park focusing on wolves says his business proves wolves could be an economic asset for Wyoming. Deborah Smith of Wyoming News Service has details. Creighton University economist Ernie Goss says his latest survey of purchasing managers in the tri-state region of Utah, Colorado and Wyoming is continuing to show economic growth, although the numbers for November were down slightly compared to October. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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It’s Wolf Awareness Week [AUDIO]

It's National Wolf Awareness Week. Wyoming appears close to being allowed to manage it's wolves, although the  deal with the federal government still needs legislative approval. Deborah Smith of Wyoming News Service has details. Cars that run on compressed natural gas now have more options to fill up around Wyoming. Amy Richards has a report. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Yellowstone Kills Problem Wolf (AUDIO)

Yellowstone National Park officials killed a gray wolf that had become habituated to human food. Park spokesman Dan Hottle says since July, the 110-pound male wolf had approached staff and visitors at close range at least seven times and had been unsuccessfully hazed each time from the fishing bridge developed areas. the wolf was a member of Mollie’s pack from the Pelican Valley area, and was estimated to be between 2 and 4 years old.

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Commission Signs off on Wolf Plan [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission has adopted a plan adopting Governor Matt Mead's agreement with the federal government on wolf management in Wyoming. The plan must still be approved by the state legislature before becoming law. Representatives of two international conservation groups are headed to Yellowstone National Park for discussions on how to best preserve the park for future generations. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Rep. Cynthia Lummis (R-Wyo.)
Rep. Cynthia Lummis (R-Wyo.)
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Kaysen and Lummis Featured Guests on Today’s Morning Zone

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen joins us today in The Morning Zone at 7:37AM MDT. We'll get his update on latest negotiations to sell city-owned property along Dell Range Blvd. to the owners of Menard's Home Improvemen

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Environmentalists Appeal Wolf Decision Again [AUDIO]

Environmentalists are appealing a federal judges decision last week that upheld the move by Congress to remove wolves from the Endangered Species List, Doug Randall has the details. One of the 38 people killed when a U.S. helicopter was shot down in Afghanistan was the grandson of a World War II Veteran from Casper. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Delegation Applauds Wolf Proposal [AUDIO]

Members of Wyoming's congressional delegation say they are encouraged about a proposed wolf management agreement reached by Governor Matt Mead and the U-S Fish and Wildlife Service. Amy Richards has a report. Cheyenne will host the state Senior Olympics next week for the first time. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Pronghorn Antelope (USFWS)
Pronghorn Antelope (USFWS)
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Enviromentalists Mobilize To Mitigate Energy Development Impacts [AUDIO]

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis (R-WY) successfully defended key language in the 2012 Department of Interior and Environment Appropriations Bill which would immediately transfer the control of wolves to the State of Wyoming, once a deal with the federal government is reached.  As federal land managers consider more energy development on public lands, environmental groups are trying to mobilize residents to push for measures to reduce the impacts. Doug Randall has the details on that story. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Senator John Barrasso On The Morning Zone Today

Our featured guest today on The Morning Zone is U.S. Senator John Barrasso from Wyoming. We will talk with him about the upcoming visit by the FEDs to Wyoming to meet with state officials on the wolf de-listing issue, plus, his support for opening more public lands to off-road vehicles, and we will get his update on the other hot issues from Washington.That is at 7:37A

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Gov. Mead with Dave in The Morning Zone (J. Green/TSM)
Gov. Mead with Dave in The Morning Zone (J. Green/TSM)
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Gov. Mead Visits The Morning Zone

Today at 7:07AM MDT, Gov. Matt Mead will return to guest on The Morning Zone. The governor will update us on those issues effecting the State right now, and we'll talk more with him about what he believes we need to put in place to improve child abuse prevention in the state, and how we can do more to better meet juvenile justice needs today.

At 8:07, Jerry Crader

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