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This Day in History for April 4 – MLK Assassinated and More
Here’s a look at some interesting events that took place on this day in history:
1818 – The US Congress adopts a flag with 13 red and white stripes and one star for each state (More info)
1841 – President William Henry Harrison dies from pneumonia just one month after his inauguratio…
Children’s Discovery Center Offers Academic Pre-school
The manager of the Children’s Discovery Center wants parents to know about the academic pre-school at Laramie County Community College and it’s advantages for children. Carrie Westling says the center offers courses for children age 6 months to 6 years, as well as an after school and summer school f…
Company Buying Wind Farms in Wyoming [AUDIO]
A new joint venture funded by TIAA KREF and an Alaska company, Cook Inlet Region, Inc. is acquiring two wind farms in Wyoming. Doug Randall reports.The Wyoming Poison Control Center is warning people about the hazards of button batteries. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
From The Legislature [AUDIO]
By Amy Richards
The Senate passed a bill that would effectively end cost of living adjustments for retired state employees. Senate File 59 now heads to the House. The House killed House Bill 85, the so-called “doomsday bill” on a 30-27 third reading vote. Tuesday was the deadline for bills to be cons…
Vilsack Urges Collabarative Forest Planning [AUDIO]
A convicted killer who left Mississippi after being pardoned by ex-Governor Haley Barbour may fight attempts to force him to return from Wyoming. Amy Richards has a report. As federal officials work for restoration of forests and grasslands, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack says he sees a united ef…

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