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Sen. Enzi To Hold Annual Inventors Conference

SHERIDAN, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming's senior U.S. senator is holding his tenth annual inventors' conference.

Sen. Mike Enzi, a Wyoming Republican, is inviting inventors to come and learn how to turn their invention and entrepreneurial dreams into a reality

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Maestro William Intrilligator and The Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra
Maestro William Intrilligator and The Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra
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Friday’s Morning Zone Line-Up

 

Be sure and listen to The Morning Zone today 6-10AM MST on AM650 KGAB and www.kgab.com.

6:06AM MST: Financial news

6:40AM MST: Lead Up to "Kids At Risk"

7:07AM MST: Today, on our "Kids At Risk" series, Child Advocate, John Frentheway and Licensed Professional Counselor, Renee' Hanson, will explore two recent stroies in the news effecting our children and families. First, Seventh grade girls who have trouble reading are more likely to get pregnant

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Friday On The Morning Zone: Kids’ Coping Skills, and Wy. Perspectives

Today on The Morning Zone we will, once again, explore those issues that put our children and families at risk, and will further discuss the effect of this week's congressional action on the fiscal cliff and, we'll open the phones for you, too.

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(Hannah Johnston/Getty)
(Hannah Johnston/Getty)
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Wyoming Livestock Adjusting to Climate Change [AUDIO]

Lawyers for 48 year old Troy  Willoughby, the Montana man charged with killing a woman in Wyoming are seeking to move his trial out of Sublette County, claiming he can't get a fair trial there. Livestock raising and agriculture in Wyoming are likely impacted by rising temperatures, but experts continue to debate the extent. Doug Randall has more on that story. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News. 

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(Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)
(Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)
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Ag Producers to Receive Business Training [AUDIO]

The American Cancer Society is urging people to lose weight to reduce their cancer risk, Doug Randall reports. Correspondent Sharron Fain says Wyoming Ag Producers will receive training to improve their business skills. Click past jump to listen.

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