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Dale Steenbergen
Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce
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Tuesday On The Morning Zone, Healthcare, Silent Majority, and The Chamber

It's another fabulous day in the Morning Zone. Join us to hear these great discussions.

7:07AM MDT: Healthcare Is Not for Sharing...Contributor & author: Dr. Jane M. Orient, Medical Physician and Ex

rychlepozicky, Flickr
rychlepozicky, Flickr
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Mountain States’ Leading Economic Indicator Climbs: Inflation Cools

~~~By Ernie Goss~~~

June survey results at a glance:

· Leading economic indicator rises again.

· Pullback in inflationary pressures.

· New export orders drop for the month as concerns mount over Europe's problems.

· Less than ten percent exp

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(Christopher Furlong/Getty)
(Christopher Furlong/Getty)
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Wyoming Economy: The Good and Not So Good

The state's most recent economic indicators show some good news and some not so good news. Jim Robinson, Senior Economist With the state's Economic Analysis Division, says natural gas prices at the Opal hub averaged $2.24 per mcf in may. Robinson says while prices are below what experts had pr

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Watchdog on Wall Street Chris Markowski
Watchdog on Wall Street Chris Markowski
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Wed. Morning Zone: Markowski, and Robinson on The Economy

7:07AM MDT: Watchdog on Wall Street, Chris Markowski explores Americans' confidence in the economy in May had its biggest drop in eight months as consumers fretted about slow hiring, a big stock market drop and the global economy, says a private research group. The latest

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Economist Ernie Goss
Economist Ernie Goss
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Goss Predicts Growth for State Economy

Creighton University Economics Professor Ernie Goss says his latest survey of purchasing managers in Wyoming shows continued growth for the state economy. Unfortunately for the overall economy and state revenues, however, the outlook for natural gas prices is somewhat murky. Goss says his economic conditions index score for Wyoming for April was 68.5. Even though that's a slight decline from the March score of 70.2, Goss still characterizes the April score as ''very strong".

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Senior Economist Jim Robinson
Senior Economist Jim Robinson
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Wed. On The Zone: Fixing The Dream, Blind Justice, Wyo.’s Economy

7:00AM MDT: -JohnZimmerman Sr. How can we fix our nation’s government and reinstate the American Dream?

8:00AM MDT:- Floyd Brown   NOT THAT KIND OF ‘BLIND JUSTICE’: How Opportunists Are Disgracing the Trayvon Case.
9:00 AM MDT:-Jim Robinson, Sr. State Economist with

Economist Ernie Goss
Economist Ernie Goss
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Goss Predicts Strong Economic Growth

Creighton University Economist Ernie Goss says Wyoming recorded on exceptionally high score on his business conditions index for February. Goss says anything above 50 on his index forecasts economic growth. He says scores of 50-60 are fair

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Watchdog on Wall Street Chris Markowski
Watchdog on Wall Street Chris Markowski
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Today’s Morning Zone:The Economy, What’s A Credit Union?(Audio), and Tinnitus, Too!

Today on The Morning Zone, our guests will be:

7:07AM MST Watchdog on Wall Street, Chris Markowski is back to give us a candid look at the economy, the markets and those things that effect our wallet. We'll ask him about Lehman Brothers emergence from

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Gas Prices Going Higher, Higher, Higher(Justin Sullivan/Getty)
Gas Prices Going Higher, Higher, Higher(Justin Sullivan/Getty)
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Spiritual author, Gas Prices and The State Economy on the Morning Zone

Today on The Morning Zone, Dave's Guests will be:

7:07AM MST: H. L. Hussmann is a young author the brings new energy to spreading God’s word.
A spiritually uplifting speaker,  H.L.  was, at one time, so afraid

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Getty Images
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Many Wyoming Households Not Ready For A Rainyday

About 21-percent of Wyoming households are not prepared to weather a storm financially if unexpected big bills pop up.

The nonprofit Corporation for Enterprise Development has issued a report showing that Wyomingites make about seven thousand dollars less per year than the average American worker, and carry an average credit card debt of 76-hundred dollars

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