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Grizzly Bear (Yellowstone National Park)
Grizzly Bear (Yellowstone National Park)
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Game and Fish Issues Bear Warning (AUDIO)

The Bureau of Land Management has scheduled a competitive coal lease sale for December 14th. Amy Richards has a report. Snowfall in the Cody area has caused bears to migrate to lower elevations, and at least one hunter in that area was recently attacked by a grizzly, although he suffered only minor injuries. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Science Team Will Assess BLM’s Wild Horse/Burro Management Program [AUDIO]

A National Academy of Sciences Team will hold its first meeting on the Bureau of Land Management's Wild Horse and Burro Management Program October 27th in Reno. Doug Randall reports. Senator Mike Enzi, (R-WY) is encouraging high school Juniors in Wyoming to sign up for the Senate Page Program. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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BLM to discuss Proposed Transmission Project [AUDIO]

The BLM will host a meeting tonight in Douglas to discuss the proposed Gateway West Transmission Project. Karen Snyder has details. A final call for names has been issued for the newly dedicated Freedom Memorial at the Wyoming  Veteran's Memorial Park in Cody.  Amy Richards has a report. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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A Sage Grouse (US Fish and Wildlife Service)
A Sage Grouse (US Fish and Wildlife Service)
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Salazar Recognizes Sage Grouse Conservation [AUDIO]

Wyoming's efforts to preserve sage grouse populations and keep the bird off of the Endangered Species List have been formally recognized by Interior Secretary Ken Salazar with a ''Partners in Conservation'' award. Amy Richards has details. Small businesses are being invited to learn more about opportunities  to contract with the US Forest Service and BLM in support of firefighting efforts. Business Reporter Sharon Fain has details. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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With Unemployment Falling, Mead Pledges More Jobs [AUDIO]

The BLM plans to capture almost 1,500 wild horse in southwest Wyoming this fall. Amy Richards has details. Governor Matt Mead says he is pleased that the jobless rate in Wyoming is falling, but says he will still be pushing to bring more jobs to the state. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Photos by ActionPhotographic.com
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Report: US Forests Sustainable [AUDIO]

The BLM has backed away from a plan to round up and castrate horses in two southwest Wyoming herd management areas. Amy Richards has details. The latest U-S forest Service report on the subject says American forests are stable and sustainable, despite concerns over issues such as climate change and insect infestation. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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(Getty/Justin Sullivan)
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BLM Will Feature Wild Horses at Fair [AUDIO]

Sharon Fain has a report on construction of a pipeline to carry carbon dioxide to oil fields in Wyoming and Montana. The Bureau of Land Management will be featuring Wyoming wild horses again this year at the state fair in Douglas. Amy Richards has details. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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(Matt Cardy/Getty)
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BLM Seeks Comment on Gateway West Transmission Line [AUDIO]

Two North American companies have signed a memorandum of understanding to cooperate on natural gas projects in China. Doug Randall has that story. The BLM has released the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Gateway West Transmission Line Project. The public has until October 28th to comment. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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BLM Taking Wilderness Input (AUDIO)

Wyoming offices of the Bureau of Land Management are taking comments and suggestions on areas to be considered for federal wilderness protection. Amy Richards has the story. Rocky Mountain Power customers will be paying a little more starting in September. But the rate increase is less than 50 percent of what the company had requested.  Deborah Smith of Wyoming News Service has a report. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Bighorn Basin (Courtesy of Wikipedia/NASA)
Bighorn Basin (Courtesy of Wikipedia/NASA)
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BLM Extends Comment Periord on Big Horn Basin Plan [AUDIO]

The Bureau of Land Management has extended the public comment period on a proposed land-use for the Bighorn Basin in Northern Wyoming. Doug Randall has more. The U.S. Department of Agriculture this week made adjustments to the wheat forecast. Ag Reporter Ahren Broad has more. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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