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Fire managers urge caution as conditions get drier

The fire danger is increasing in southern Wyoming and fire managers are asking people to use caution while recreating outdoors.

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Proposed Coal Lease Approved [AUDIO]

Federal and state officials have given initial approval to a Wyoming Company's application to lease 198 million tons of coal adjacent to a southeastern Montana mine. Doug Randall has details. During a house subcommittee meeting congresswoman Cynthia Lummis pressed Department of Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz about a long-overdue uranium plan. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News..

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Overall Pastureland Condition Improving [AUDIO]

The BLM is reopening the comment period for proposed commercial oil shale regulations. Amy Richards reports. Despite concerns in some areas of the country overall U.S. pasture and range land condition continues to improve, according to USDA Meteorologist Brad Rippey. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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BLM Extends Comment Period on Proposed Fracking Rules [AUDIO]

Gas prices in Wyoming increased slightly in the last week. Doug Randall reports. The Bureau of Land Management has extended the comment period on the agency's proposed hydraulic fracturing rules. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News. 

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BLM: Welcomes Recommendations From Scientists on Managing Wild Horses [AUDIO]

Rocky Mountain Power says proposed federal environmental regulations could close many of its coal fired power plants in Wyoming early. The U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) says it welcomes recommendations fro a panel of scientists to change the way the agency manages wild horses.

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Conservation Groups to Sue BLM Over Oil and Tar Sands Leasing [AUDIO]

A federal judge has denied an appeal for a former brothel owner and Hells Angels member who claims he did not get an adequate defense or fair trial before his conviction in Wyoming five years ago. Doug Randall has the details. Seven conservation groups plan to sue the Bureau of Land Management for making more than 1200 square miles available for potential oil and tar sands leasing in Colorado, Utah and Wyoming. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio New.s

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Task Force Studying School Security in Wyoming [AUDIO]

A task force studying school security in Wyoming is focusing on police officers in schools, security vulnerabilities in school buildings and training for police and educators. Doug Randall reports. Wyoming officials are worried that the proposed BLM regulations for hydraulic fracturing on federal land might unnecessarily duplicate existing state regulations. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News. 

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BLM Seeking Comments on Revised Fracking Rules

The Department of the Interior Thursday announced the release of an updated draft proposal that would establish common sense safety standards for hydraulic fracturing on public and Indian lands. Following the release of an initial draft proposal in 2012, Interior received exte

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Program Launches New “Hear This Wyoming” Campaign [AUDIO]

The Bureau of Land Management, Wyoming office released the proposed list of parcels for the quarterly competitive lease sale in Cheyenne on August 6th. The Wyoming Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Program has launched a new awareness campaign called "Hear This Wyoming." Doug Randall has the details. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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BLM Taking Comment on Gateway West Transmission Line

The Bureau of Land Management's is taking public comment on the Final Environmental Impact Statement for the Gateway West Transmission Line between Wyoming and Idaho. A federal  judge has handed down a prison sentence for a Cheyenne man convicted of possession of methamphetamine. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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