An effort to engage more women in Wyoming leadership
Wyoming – The Wyoming Women's foundation and the Wyoming Women's legislative caucus are involved in a joint effort to get women more engaged in the state's leadership positions. Two workshops have been scheduled in order to accomplish this task. Richelle Keinath is the director of the Women's foundation.
Wyoming – Passover begins Monday, and like other places in the world, Wyoming Jews will be celebrating the holiday here. I spoke with Rabbi Zalman Mendelsohn of Jackson about the upcoming festivities and what it means to the Jewish Community here in the state.
Wyoming – All winter long, when snow and ice cling to the ground in Laramie, as many as seventy University of Wyoming students, faculty, and staff gathered at night to play the sport they love. It's a diverse group, an ensemble of characters from all over the world, drawn together by their commitment to soccer. Colorado native David Ludwin is one of those players, and he has this story about the "the beautiful game."
Washington, D.C. – In Congress' fight over how to cut the federal budget, Social Security has stayed out of the fray, until now. From Washington, Elizabeth Wynne Johnson looks at where Wyoming lawmakers are on the issue.