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Jackson Company To Receive Grant For Water Research [AUDIO]

Square One Systems Design of Jackson, Wyoming has received funding to help them conduct research that may assist the military in monitoring the effects its activities may have on the local environment

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Encana Building Water Plant in Central Wyoming

Encana is constructing a facility in central Wyoming that will treat up to 1 million gallons of water a day that comes with oil and gas production.

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Residents and Environmentalists: Confict of Interest in States Fracking Investigation

The EPA theorized in 2011 the petroleum industry practice of hydraulic fracturing may have contaminated the groundwater near the town of Pavillion. The EPA now says it won't finish or have outside experts review the research.

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UW Education Helps Pioneering Student Land Job in Energy Industry

Carla Moss has landed a job in the Energy Industry due to a new degree program being offered at the University of Wyoming.

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mule deer and a rig (Courtesy of BLM)
mule deer and a rig (Courtesy of BLM)
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Encana Getting Help to Develop Jonah Field [AUDIO]

Federal land managers have agreed to study a proposal by the wife of oil tycoon T. Boone Pickens to establish an ecosanctuary for wild horses across more than 900 square miles of northeast Nevada. Doug Randall reports. Encana is getting help developing natural gas in Wyoming's Jonah Field. Business reporter Sharon Fain has the details. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Encana To EPA: Stop taking Comments On Draft Study [AUDIO]

A 41-year-old Wyoming man is in critical condition in a South Dakota hospital after being shot by officers following a vehicle chase in the Rapid City area. Encana wants the Environmental Protection Agency to stop taking public comments on a draft report that theorized a link between hydraulic fracturing and groundwater pollution in the Pavillion, Wyoming area. Doug Randall has more.

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Elderly, Disabled Program Taking Applications

Encana wants to increase the number of vehicles in the state running on compressed natural gas. Sharon Fain has details.  Amy Richards has a report on a program aimed at elderly and disabled Wyoming residents. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Adopt A Highway (Couresy of WY-DOT)
Adopt A Highway (Couresy of WY-DOT)
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Spring Clean Fling Planned [AUDIO]

Encana has announced a partnership with Northwest Natural Gas Company. Business reporter Sharon Fain has details. Hundreds of volunteers are gearing up for the annual adopt-a-highway program through the Wyoming Department of Transportation. Amy Richards has details. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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