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Rig Counts Down in U.S. [AUDIO]

The Bureau of Land Management announced it has expanded Best Practice Standards for the fluid minerals industry. Doug Randall reports. Oil field services company Baker Hughes Inc. says the number of rigs actively exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. fell last week by 11.Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Judge To Decide Fate of Smoking Apology Ads [AUDIO]

The BLM will hold public scoping meetings for new vegetation treatments on public lands in the west. Amy Richards has a report. A federal judge will decide whether your tobacco companies will have to place prominent ads admitting they lied about the dangers of smoking. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Phostphate Mining Idaho (Courtesy of BLM)
Phostphate Mining Idaho (Courtesy of BLM)
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BLM Mining Deadline Approaching [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality-Air Quality Division is now operating an air quality mobile monitoring station in Converse County. Amy Richards reports. The BLM is reminding miners that the deadline to file a motion of intent to hold their claims or sites is December 31

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Wyoming Supreme Court Hears Appeals in Sheridan Killing [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Supreme Court heard arguments in the appeals of two Wyoming teenagers sentenced to life in prison for the home invasion slaying of a Sheridan man are asking the Wyoming Supreme Court to reduce their sentences in light of a recent Supreme Court decision. Doug Randall has the details. The Bureau of Land Management is seeking volunteers to count bald eagles in the Pinedale area next month. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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BLM Releases Gateway Preferred Alternative [AUDIO]

Congressional auditors says the U.S. government reaps billions of dollars annually in royalties from fossil fuels, but doesn't get money from precious metals mined from the same federal lands. Amy Richards reports. The BLM has released a new preferred alternative for the ''Gateway West" transmission line. Joy Greenwold has the story. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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BLM To Lease Two Coal Tracts [AUDIO]

Manufacturing company Ridgelein Energy Services has begun remodeling an abandoned school in Deaver. Business Reporter Sharon Fain has details. The Bureau of Land Management will lease two coal tracts south of Gillette containing nearly 380 tons of coal. Amy Richards reports.

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Seminoe Fire (Courtesy of inciweb)
Seminoe Fire (Courtesy of inciweb)
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BLM:Avoid Burned Areas in Carbon County [AUDIO]

The Bureau of Land Management is asking hunters to avoid areas burned by two wildfires in carbon county this summer. Republican Cynthia Lummis' top challenger in the November election is a political newcomer with little financial backing. Doug Randall reports. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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BLM Accepts $793 Million For Coal Lease Sale [AUDIO]

Scientists are using computer models to gain a better understanding of what makes wildfires go. Doug Randall reports.  Federal land managers  say they have accepted a $793 million bid from Peabody Energy to mine a massive reserve of publicly-owned coal in Wyoming's Powder River Basin. But an environmental research group says the deal dramatically underestimates the coal's value. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Wyoming Highway Patrol (Courtesy of WHP)
Wyoming Highway Patrol (Courtesy of WHP)
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Patrol Planning Holiday Enforcement Effort (AUDIO)

The Bureau of Land Management has extended the public comment period for a proposed rule to require companies to publicly disclose the chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing. Amy Richards has a report. The Wyoming Highway Patrol will be out in force over the July 4th holiday weekend, especially looking for impaired drivers. Sgt. Steve Townsend says the public can help out with this effort. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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BLM To Hold Coal Lease Sale Next Month [AUDIO]

The Bureau of Land Management will host a competitive coal lease sale on June 28th in Cheyenne. Doug Randall has the details. The Wyoming Business Council is encouraging those in agribusiness to submit new or updated information for the online version of the "Wyoming Farm, Ranch & Agribusiness Directory." Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News. 

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