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Governor Matt Mead
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Governor’s Letter Urges Cindy Hill To Return To Office

In a letter dated April 8th, 2014, Governor Matt Mead urged Superintendent Of Public Instruction Cindy Hill, to return to her office at the Department of Education.

Stating that SF104, which removed her from office, was still in full force and effect, Governor Mead encouraged Cindy Hill to return to her office "while the District Court decides the few remaining matters"

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Governor Matt Mead Speaks About The Department Of Education (AUDIO)

Governor Matt Mead joined Brian Scott this morning in his monthly visit to talk about issues in front of the State of Wyoming. On of those is the reinstatement of Superintendent Cindy Hill and the issues surrounding the recent Supreme Court ruling

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Karen Synder K2 radio
Karen Synder K2 radio
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Former Wyoming AG Would Be Lead Special Counsel

A special House committee investigating state schools Superintendent Cindy Hill has voted to hire former state Attorney General Bruce Salzburg as its lead special counsel.

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Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
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Wyo. Education Director Brings Business Background

Those involved in Wyoming education say the business background of Gov. Matt Mead's selection to head the Wyoming Department of Education should be an asset.

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Possible Impeachment of Hill Discussed

The prospect of impeaching state schools Superintendent Cindy Hill is being discussed by some lawmakers in the wake of an inquiry into state Education Department operations under her direction.

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Fremont Co. Bus Stop Death Highlights Close Calls

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A fatal bus stop accident in Fremont County is bringing some attention to close calls involving school buses.

Eleven-year-old Makayla Strahle (STRAW-Lee) of Crowheart was killed this week when she was hit by a pickup truck after getting off a school bus

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Department Merge Needs Legislative Approval

The merging of Wyoming's two agencies that deal with employment; Wyoming Workforce Services and the Department of Employment will first need Legislative approval.  So says the new common director of the two departments, Joan Evans.

Evan says, even so, they're already meeting with staff to discuss what shape that merger might take.

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