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Stock Says Building Plan Could Help Students Transition

Laramie County School District I Superintendent Mark Stock says a plan to build 5th and 6th grade schools to ease overcrowding in the district could also help students transition to junior high school

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Wyoming Wind Farms Fast-tracked (AUDIO)

Three proposed wind farms in Wyoming are among the projects the BLM plans to fast-track nationally. Amy Richards has a report. The state school facilities commission has upheld an earlier decision not to use state money for a couple of sports-related projects and Natrona and Kelly Walsh high schools in Casper. Karen Snyder has details. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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