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Laramie County Commissioner: We Take Care Of Ourselves

She says that while Laramie County, like every other county, does receive a certain amount of state money "we take care of ourselves here".

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Doug Randall/Townsquare Media
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Stock:Schools Need Funding Upgrades

Stock says that while on one hand he feels Wyoming schools in many ways are "funded entirely adequately", there has not been an external cost adjustment in four years.

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LCCCPappas and Pappas
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LCCC Seeking State Money For New Buildings

Murphy says Laramie County is one of the few counties that has voted in support of local funding for such a project recently.

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Kaysen Backs Mead Funding Proposal

The mayor says the proposal is in step with Mead's belief that "strong local governments make for a strong state", adding that he agrees with that view.

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Gov. Mead's Press Conference
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Gov Mead Calling For Employee Pay Raises in Proposed Budget

The Governor said he wants to tie some of the additional salary money to employee evaluations so the state can reward exceptional performers with merit pay increases.

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cliff1066™, Getty Images
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Committee Appointed For Hill Investigation [Audio]

House Speaker Tom Lubnau has appointed the house Rules and Resources Committee to investigate Superintendent Cindy Hill's management of the state Education Department. Amy Richards has details. World mil production is up for 2013. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Legislative Committee Endorsed Two Bills to Help Those Wrongfully Convicted [AUDIO]

A Wyoming legislative committee has endorsed two bills that could help state convicts who say they are innocent of the crimes that sent them to prison. Doug Randall has th details. Wyoming Game and Fish officials arrested four people for boating under the influence at Alcova Reservoir over the July 4th weekend. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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K2 Radio
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Lawmakers Exploring New Eligibility for Fallen Soldier License Plates [AUDIO]

An interim legislative committee is considering new eligibility requirements for those who purchase specialty license plats honoring fallen soldiers. The Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest is offering permits for wild mushroom gathering. Doug Randall has the details. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News. 

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Wind River (James G. Howes, 1988wikipedia)
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Wyoming’s Runoff Remains Below Average, But etter Than Last Year [AUDIO]

Members of two interim legislative committees have agreed to consider finding new funding sources for early childhood education. Wyoming's expected runoff remains below normal, but is better than it was a year ago. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Committee Considers Suicide Prevention Training for Teachers [AUDIO]

An interim legislative committee is considering the idea of requiring state educators to receive suicide prevention training. Amy Richards has details. Landowners wanting to apply for the latest Conservation Stewardship Program enrollment now have more time to apply. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Where is Wyoming’s Lottery?

If you're hoping to buy a lottery ticket in the state of Wyoming, you've got to some time on your hands before you can.

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Amy RichardsTSM
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Task Force Studying School Security in Wyoming [AUDIO]

A task force studying school security in Wyoming is focusing on police officers in schools, security vulnerabilities in school buildings and training for police and educators. Doug Randall reports. Wyoming officials are worried that the proposed BLM regulations for hydraulic fracturing on federal land might unnecessarily duplicate existing state regulations. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News. 

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