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State Budget Concerns For Community Colleges

SHERIDAN, Wyo. (AP) — One of the leaders of the Legislature’s Joint Appropriations Committee says funding for community colleges could be a tough issue for lawmakers during the upcoming budget session

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Gov. Matt Mead (R-WY)
Gov. Matt Mead (R-WY)
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Mead Outlines Legislative Priorities (AUDIO)

Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney has named his leadership team for Wyoming. Amy Richards reports. Governor Matt Mead on Tuesday outlined his priorities for the upcoming legislative budget session. The College National Finals Rodeo will return to Casper for the 14th straight year in June. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Gov. Matt Mead (R-WY)
Gov. Matt Mead (R-WY)
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The Morning Zone has Gov. Matt Mead, Sven Larson and New LCCC President

Tuesday is another MUST LISTEN day in The Morning Zone with Dave Chaffin!

7:07AM MST: Dave will host Wyoming Governor Matt Mead on the program. Find out the governor's priorities for the upcomin

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Senator Phil Nicholas (S-10)
Senator Phil Nicholas (S-10)
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Wyoming Lawmaker Questions UW Pay Raise Request [AUDIO]

The co-chairman of the Legislature's Joint Appropriations Committee questioned University of Wyoming officials about their budget request for pay raises. Doug Randall reports. Congresswomen Cynthia Lummis says she is extremely disappointed with the President's decision to reject the Keystone XL Pipeline permit, but she says Congress might take action on the matter.

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Rep. Bryan Pderson (HD-7)
Rep. Bryan Pderson (HD-7)
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Wyoming Lawmakers Hear Agency Budget Requests [AUDIO]

Laramie County Representative Bryan Pederson, a member of the Wyoming Legislature's Joint  Appropriations Committee, says he believes the committee is trying to balance the needs of state agencies with the uncertainty of what the state's long term revenue picture will be. A week after Wyoming's snow pack showed signs of improvement, snow levels have declined. Doug Randall reports. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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State Superintendent Cindy Hill
State Superintendent Cindy Hill
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Super Cindy Hill Monday on the Morning Zone

Today at 7:o7 AM MST on The Morning Zone, Frosty Wooldridge begins our discussion segments with his continuing discussion on the long term consequences of unchecked immigration and population. We'll review the details

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Wyoming Lawmakers: Cell Phone Ban Unlikely [AUDIO]

Several Wyoming lawmakers say the state is unlikely to follow a federal safety board's recommendation to ban motorists from using cell phones while driving. Doug Randall has more.
A new report suggests a magnitude 7.5 earthquake on the Teton Fault could cost more than half a billion dollars and temporarily displace hundreds of households in Jackson Hole. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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CORE, Appropriations and Warren AFB on The Morning Zone[AUDIO]

Our guests  today in The Morning Zone:

7:07AM MST: Laramie County legislator, Representative Amy Edmonds will be with us to update us on the recent meetings of the legislature's education committee on which she serves. She will, further, discu

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Wyoming Hospitals Recognized [AUDIO]

A legislative panel has approved a draft redistricting plan for most of the state. Amy Richards has a report. Six Wyoming hospitals have been named to the Rural Health Association's top 100 critical access hospitals in America list. Business Reporter Sharon Fain has details. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Downtown Sheridan. (stereogab/Flickr)
Downtown Sheridan. (stereogab/Flickr)
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Wyoming One of Best Places To Do Business [AUDIO]

Doug Randall reports that some state lawmakers have taken issue with the State Board of Education's decision to adopt national standards that have not been vetted by the Wyoming Legislature. Wyoming has once again been named one of the best places in the United States to do business. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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