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Join Stacey L. Obrecht, Director of the Wyoming GAL Program as she reviews what a GAL is, what their role is in Wyoming and why foster parents should care.
*Presented by Alice Carter, Wyoming Kinship Advocacy
The U.S. is the largest consumer of uranium of over 55 million pounds annually. Over 104 nuclear reactors are operating. Currently domestic mining and production of uranium in the U.S. is around 4 million pounds. That means the U.S. relies on imports for more than 92% of its uranium consumption to keep these plants running. This is a far cry from energy independence and makes savvy investors realize that in today's world of rising geopolitical turbulence, the importance of safe and secure uranium supplies. In addition, a large part of the supply of uranium comes from the nuclear missiles from Russia. This agreement is about to expire at the end of 2013. This is about 24 million pounds annually which will no longer be supplied by the Russians. Uranium investors are anticipating a stronger market for uranium into the second half of 2013 as the Russia-US agreement expires and as the Japanese turn the nuclear reactors that they shut down in 2011 due to the Fukuskima disaster, back on this summer. Uranerz is planning to start producing uranium at the end of this year. The company has contracts with major U.S. utilities to sell uranium at much higher uranium prices. This gives the company some certainty that there will be some positive cash flow as they move into production. Uranerz has an enviable and strategic position in the Powder River Basin in Wyoming which hosts the largest producing uranium mine in the U.S.A. Cameco, the largest publicly trade uranium miners, is expanding production to the north and south of Uranerz and already has a processing agreement with Cameco to process the uranium.
Disclosure: Author and Interviewer owns Uranerz and the company is a sponsor of website.
Jill E. Kucera, Senior Assistant Attorney General, will review recent Supreme Court decisions and laws passed or amended in the 2012 Legislative Session that affect child welfare in the State of Wyoming.
October 10 , 2013 Tonight 8-10:00 p.m. or call 347-326-9626Tonight- The Michigan Supreme Court heard oral arguments today in Ter Beek v City of Wyoming. The case stems from the City of Wyoming excluding medical marijuana activity by way of banning all behavior that is Federally illegal, within in the city. The decision could potentially put into jeopardy the ability for medical marijuana patients to continue using cannabis under state law. Attorney John Targowski will join us tonight along with the Godfather Tim Beck, who attended the hearings earlier today. We will discuss the implications of the MSC potentially ruling on the side of the City of Wyoming in favor of Federal preemption, and what the predominant thinking is on which way the court is leaning after today's hearing.
We will also hear from Kevin Spitler the organizer of the Ohio Rights Organization event coming up this weekend on Saturday Oct. 12 at Headliners in Toledo beginning at 7:00 pm. Kevin will be checking in from the Cannabis Counsel in Detroit where national figure, and last week's guest, Cheryl Shuman will be participating in a gathering of organizations and activists during her brief visit in Michigan before participating in a tour of Ohio including this weekend's event in Toledo. Court report from Kenneth Gibson from The MI Human Solution chapter.
News, current events, and more! Contributions from Jamie Lowell from the 3rd Coast Compassion Center and Rick Thompson from the Compassion Chronicles"
The MMMA: michiganmedicalmarijuana.org Thanks to all the moderatorsKomorn Law - Atty Michael Komorn (800) 656-3557- The Med Joint Community Compassion Center - Oshtemo, MI Kevin SpitlerAlso The Marijuana Ranch Call 313 422 5281Dr. Kumar Singh GreenLite Clinic 248-390-0574
Four members of the Independent News Hour attended the Town of Wyoming monthy meeting in Wyoming Delaware on Monday June 3 at 7:30 p.m. EST at the Wyoming town hall annex located on railroad avenue in Wyoming Delaware. We were there to support Wyoming resident Sherene Lindo. Ms. Lindo served honorably in the United States Air Force, is a registered nurse, and is currently also studying to be a paralegal. Since 2004 there has been a stream of complaints involving her next door neighbor apparently racially motivated. On Sunday June 19, 2012 her neighbor shot her dog, "Hemi" who had somehow gotten out of the fenced back yard with two other dogs and allegedly attacked a cat. Title 9 of the Delaware State Code is fairly specific about the circumstances a dog may be shot under and a cat isn't justification to shoot a dog. There is also the question of how the three dogs got out of the yard, the Independent News Hour team went on site and inspected the fence, it was solid and the gates in excellent condition. So far no charges have been filed against the neighbor, even though this is but one incident in a nine year period of harassment the mayor insists this isn't a 'town matter'. We tend to disagree. Do we have 1963 style disparity in 2013 Delaware? That may be the case. Join us for a compelling discussion. Call in's welcome.
A California-based political action committee has mounted a national petition drive to draft Liz Cheney to run for the U.S. Senate in 2014. The One Nation political action committee’s original goal was to collect 50,000 signatures by June 21, but the deadline has since been extended. The signatures are intended “to present to Liz to show her broad support among conservatives,” the petition on the One Nation website reads.Star Tribune
It would bring about “the destruction of the Republican Party of Wyoming if she decides to run and he runs, too,” Alan K. Simpson, a former Republican senator from the state, said in an interview last week. “It’s a disaster — a divisive, ugly situation — and all it does is open the door for the Democrats for 20 years.”
Wide receiver Chris McNeill was voted to the Mountain West Second Team for the second consecutive season. Wyoming's receiver finished the season leading the team in catches (63), receiving yards (722) and tied for second in touchdowns. Bringing the next generation of tomorrow's NFL stars to you today on the College2Pro.com Players Platform Show. For more interviews and full NFL Draft Analysis head to College2Pro.com Host by Bo Marchionte
Chicago Slaughter vs. Wyoming Cavalry
The 4-2 Chicago Slaughter take on the 1-4 Wyoming Cavalry in hard hitting IFL (Indoor Football League) action.
The Slaughter go for their fitfh straight win as the Cavalry look to continue on the right path after their first win of the season last week against the Tr-Cities Fever.
Hear the live play by play as Sonny Clark and Roger Noriega broadcast the play-by-play.
The Couch Potato Sports Show is the radio home of the IFL Game of the Week - as well as the exclusive radio home of the Texas Revolution.
New legislation would make small town police departments and Fire Departments union shops, really?
Should municipalities be able to fire town cops without going through the state? Maybe not. Wyoming Delaware, charming small town or den of peckerwood white supremacists?
Jerri Tillett joins us from Wyoming along with Nikki Spotted Eagle, and Cathy Bryarly, to discuss the malfeasance of the Bureau of Land (mis)Management (BLM) and the deceptive practices used by the agency in favor of invested stakeholders in the BLM. All three women have worked tirelessly to expose the deceptive practices of the BLM in their area. Jerri Tillett and Nikki Spoted Eagle have spent more than twenty years documenting the harm done by the BLM especially to the wild horse herds
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