Wyoming Superintendent Jillian Balow will discuss Critical Race Theory on the ''Weekend in Wyoming" program on Saturday at 11:33 am on AM 650, KGAB.

At 11:05 a.m., We'll be joined by Chad Mathews and Mike Smith of Cheyenne Frontier Days to get the latest on the upcoming "Daddy of 'em all," which will kick off on July 23 after taking a year off in 2020 dues to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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At 11:33, we'll talk with Wyoming State Superintendent Jillian Balow about Critical Race Theory. What is it? Does it have a place in K-12 public schools? We'll get the thoughts of the state's top elected education official on those topics and more. You can call in with your thoughts and questions on the subject at 632-3323.

At 12:05, we'll chat with Visit Cheyenne CEO Dominic Bravo about that group's master tourism plan, the outlook for summer tourism, and the recent merger of Visit Cheyenne and the Cheyenne Downtown Development Authority. Then we'll wrap this week's program with Part Two of Master Gardener Mike Heath's segment on garlic and garlic scapes. If you've ever wondered how to grow your own garlic, or what a garlic scape is, you'll want to tune in.

It all happens tomorrow [July 17] FROM 11 am until 1 pm on AM 650, KGAB!

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