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Justice Department Asks for Stay In Legal Battle Over Wild Horses [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Department of Health says despite the shutdown the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program will continue to operate in Wyoming. Citing the hardship of the federal government shutdown, Justice Department lawyers are asking a federal judge in Reno for a stay in a legal battle with wild horse advocates over hundreds of mustangs gathered from a wildlife refuge on the Nevada-Oregon border

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Federal Land Management Agencies Shutter Campgrounds [AUDIO]

Federal land management agencies are closing campgrounds and other facilities around Wyoming as part of the partial government shutdown. Manufacturing Works, is inviting the state's manufacturers to participate in a series of " Proud to be a Manufacturer ' lunches in celebration of National Manufacturing Day

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Federal Shutdown Hits Wyoming Campgrounds

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Federal land management agencies are closing campgrounds and other facilities around Wyoming as part of the partial government shutdown.

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management announced Tuesday that it is closing about 4,000 recreational facilities nationwide, including campgrounds, boat ramps and other recreation facilities in Wyoming

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BLM Suspends Most Services and Closes Recreation Sites

As a result of the Federal government shutdown, essentially all services provided by the Bureau of Land Management will be suspended, with the exception of law enforcement and emergency response functions

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Wildearth Gurdians Comment On Sage Grouse Plan [Audio]

The environmental group Wildearth Guardians has commented on the BLM's revision of it's Buffalo long-term plan for sage grouse protection. Amy Richards reports. University of Wyoming President Bob Sternberg and his family will open their doors to the public on Sunday, October 6

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UW Bulletin Offers Nitrogen Cost Balance Help [Audio]

THE BLM will implement an updated fee schedule Oct. 1 Amy Richards reports. A new bulletin from the University of Wyoming extension service provides a worksheet to help producers balance nitrogen applications and their budgets

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bloomsberries, Flickr
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Judge Rules Against Challenge to Uranium Mine

A federal judge has ruled against an environmental group's challenge to an in-situ uranium mine that started production last month in Sweetwater County.

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BLM Asking For Wild Horse/Burro Input [Audio]

The Bureau of Land Management is asking for public comment  on how to address wild horse and burro management in southern Wyoming. The University of Wyoming Biodiversity Institution has created an award to recognize people for their contributions to biodiversity

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Photo from Flickr via eggrole
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Governor Wants BLM To Reject Duplicative Fracking Rules

Governor Mead wrote to Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell to say that the BLM should reject the duplicative regulation and defer to states like Wyoming.

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Trevor T. Trujillo, Townssquare Media
Trevor T. Trujillo, Townssquare Media
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Feds Running Out of Wildfire Money

The U.S. Forest Service is diverting $600 million from timber, recreation and other areas to fill the gap.

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