Wyoming Radio News

Water Concerns Raised [Audio]
Grand Teton National Park officials are getting lots of opinions as they study the future of the Moose-Wilson Road. Amy Richards reports. A limited water supply is being predicted for west of the Continental Divide this year.
 
 
Congress Still Working the Farm Bill [AUDIO]
The state of Wyoming capitalized on last year's record breaking year on Wall Street to bank hundred's of millions in profits on state investments. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack says there are some parts of the farm bill that would need to be implemented right away, once the bill passes…
Uranium Mine Makes First Sale [Audio]
Wyoming's top state elected officials plan to vote Thursday on a state grant to build a compressed natural gas station in Jackson. Amy Richards reports. Wyoming's newest producing in-situ mine has completed it's first major sale. Joy Greenwald reports...
Drought May Impact Flaming Gorge Reservoir [Audio]
Prolonged drought on the Colorado River system has prompted state officials to begin planning for lower water levels at Flaming Gorge Reservoir. Amy Richards reports.. The Brush Creek-Hayden Ranger District is looking for input on the West Side Snowy Range Ranger District...
Drought A Growing Concern [Audio]
An open house and presentation seminar are scheduled for Wednesday in Douglas to discuss oversight for oil and gas development in Converse County. Amy Richards reports. Meteorologists are again discussing the threat of drought, especially in the Pacific Northwest...
Barrasso Co-Sponsors Medical Privacy Bill [Audio]
U.S. Senators John Barrasso (R-WY) and Mike Johanns (R-NE) have introduced legislation to protect Americans private health care information. Amy Richards reports. Chevron is preparing to close it's gas processing plant at Table Rock east of Rock Springs...

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