WPR News
8:48 am
Tue April 4, 2006

Personal Income Growing Fast in WY, But Unevenly

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WPR News
9:23 am
Mon April 3, 2006

Hunkins Thinks People Impacts Outrank Wildlife Impacts

Laramie, Wy – A candidate for Governor says the focus in areas impacted by energy development should be on people. During an interview on Wyoming Public Radio Republican Ray Hunkins said he did not know what additional environmental protections would be needed in the Jonah Gas Field in Western Wyoming. But he knows where the focus should be and that is people. Hunkins is concerned that too much of the focus has been on impacts to Wildlife.

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WPR News
9:16 am
Mon April 3, 2006

Freudenthal Announces For Reelection

Thermopolis, Wyoming – Governor Freudenthal says the reception
has been remarkable at three campaign stops across the state where
he announced he would seek a second term as governor today
(Monday).
Speaking first in his hometown of Thermopolis, Freudenthal said
he's confident that Wyoming has moved in the right direction since
he took office.
Later in the day, Freudenthal also spoke to crowds in Casper and
Cheyenne.
Freudenthal, a Democrat, says he's been successful in his first

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6:53 am
Fri March 31, 2006

Laramie Prostitution

Laramie, WY – To wrap up Women's History Month, Kristin Espeland speaks with historian Carol Lee Bowers about the colorful, complex history of prostitution in Laramie.

6:52 am
Fri March 31, 2006

Reporters' Roundtable

Wyoming – Wyoming journalists discuss their take on the turbulent search for a new president of the University of Wyoming with Aaron Alpern.

6:51 am
Fri March 31, 2006

Buffalo Sprawl

Johnson County, WY – Western sprawl is threatening agricultural and ranch lands around Buffalo, and one developer has a new approach to curbing it. Reporter Elizabeth Davis has the story from Johnson County.

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6:50 am
Fri March 31, 2006

Ray Hunkins

Cheyenne, WY – Governor Dave Freudenthal's Republican challenger for the governorship shares his campaign platform with Bob Beck.

6:49 am
Fri March 31, 2006

Women in Poverty

Wyoming – Wyoming's single mothers risk falling into poverty more than other demographics, and Bob Beck reports their struggles to raise children and go to school can seem insurmountable.

6:48 am
Fri March 31, 2006

Quality Child Care

Wyoming – Wyoming Children's Action Alliance's Deanna Frey speaks with Kristin Espeland about legislative efforts to create a ranking system for child care facilities.

6:47 am
Fri March 31, 2006

Ski Magazine

Jackson, WY – Editor Kim Beakman speaks with Bob Beck about what losing the Jackson Hole tram will mean to skiers and vacationers.

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