Washington D-C – Republican U.S. Rep. Cynthia Lummis is announcing her bid to seek a second term in Congress. She will be in Cheyenne this afternoon and plans appearances this weekend in Gillette and Casper. Lummis was first elected to the job in 2008. She replaced fellow Republican Barbara Cubin, who decided not to seek re-election. Lummis beat Democrat Gary Trauner 53 percent to 42 percent in the election. Lummis made campaign appearances over the weekend in Worland, Thermopolis and Evanston.
Wyoming – This week's Capitol Hill debate on No Child Left Behind turned into something of a rally for Republican discontent with the federal government's current plans for turning around low performing schools. Wyoming Senator Mike Enzi made no bones about it. He says Obama Administration proposals will harm school districts in Wyoming. Sara Sciammacco reports from Washington.
Wyoming – Last spring was a very difficult job market for graduates. While things are still tight University of Wyoming job placement officers say that students are finding work again. But as Wyoming Public Radio's Bob Beck reports it requires some effort