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Flaming Gorge Reservoir

Sweetwater County Sheriff's Department
Sweetwater County Sheriff's Department
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Anglers Rescued From Flaiming Gorge Ice

The Cheyenne residents were 35 year old Kenton Taylor and 48 year old Dean Hunhoff.

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Sweetwater County Sheriff's Department
Sweetwater County Sheriff's Department
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Utah Residents Die On Flaming Gorge

Blust says the tragedy should serve as a reminder that people using stoves, heaters and charcoal burners in closed spaces need to make sure they have proper ventilation.

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Wyoming Travel and Tourism
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Burbot Bash Coming Up at Flaming Gorge Reservoir [AUDIO]

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack says a $10 million dollar grant will help researchers find ways to convert beetle invested trees into biofuel feedstocks. Anglers will have a chance to win big money and a two-year lease on a new truck in the upcoming annual Burbot Bash at Flaming Gorge Reservoir

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Flaming Gorge Recreation Area (Courtesy Wyoming Travel and Tourism)
Flaming Gorge Recreation Area (Courtesy Wyoming Travel and Tourism)
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No More Funding For Flaming Gorge Task Force

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (AP) — Colorado water officials have decided against more funding for a task force studying issues surrounding proposals for Colorado to use water from the Flaming Gorge Reservoir in Wyoming

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Senator John Barrasso, R-WY, photo courtesy Senator Barrasso Facebook page
Senator John Barrasso, R-WY, photo courtesy Senator Barrasso Facebook page
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Barrasso Calls for Spending Reform [AUDIO]

Senator John Barrasso says the current debate over the debt limit is an appropriate time to discuss federal spending reforms.A task force studying issues related to proposals to divert water from Flaming Gorge Reservoir in Wyoming to Colorado says state leaders need to first agree  on how Colorado's water needs can be met. Amy Richards reports. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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(Justin Sullivan/Getty)
(Justin Sullivan/Getty)
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Ten Banks To Pay $8.5 Billion for Wrongfully Foreclosed Homes [AUDIO]

Ten major banks and mortgage companies have agreed to pay $8.5 billion to settle complaints that they wrongfully foreclosed on homeowners who should have been allowed to stay in their homes. Utah and Wyoming wildlife agencies have come up with a fund way to get rid of unwanted fish in the Flaming Gorge Reservoir. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Flaming Gorge Recreation Area (Courtesy Wyoming Travel and Tourism)
Flaming Gorge Recreation Area (Courtesy Wyoming Travel and Tourism)
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Million Looking for Bids For Pipeline Project [AUDIO]

A Colorado businessman seeking to build a pipeline to deliver water from Wyoming to the front range of Colorado estimates that whoever designs, builds, finances and operates the project could see at least a 1.4 billion dollar profit. Doug Randall reports. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is evaluating whether the Northern Arapaho Tribe would need state permission to kill bald eagles outside the Wind River Indian Reservation. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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State Senior Economist Jim Robinson
State Senior Economist Jim Robinson
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State Personal Income Growth Stalls [AUDIO]

A plan to pipe water from Flaming Gorge in Wyoming to the Colorado Front Range has come back to life, but a coalition of conservation groups is hoping the proposal is short-lived. Deborah Smith with Wyoming News Service has a report. Wyoming's personal income growth stalled in the third quarter of 2011, according to Jim Robinson, Senior Economist for the state's economic development division. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Upper Green River (G. Thomas/Wikipedia)
Upper Green River (G. Thomas/Wikipedia)
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Study Looks at Impacts of Diverting Wyoming Water to Colorado [AUDIO]

Douglas police await results of an autopsy in a suspected homicide. Karen Snyder reports. A study commissioned by an environmental policy group looks at the impacts of diverting water from the Flaming Gorge and Green River in Wyoming to the front range of Colorado. Doug Randall has more on that story. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Coast Guard Flaming Gorge (Sweetwater County Sheriff's Office)
Coast Guard Flaming Gorge (Sweetwater County Sheriff's Office)
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Coast Guard Aids Flaming Gorge Effort (AUDIO)

Environmentalists are asking a federal judge to block a planned roundup and castration of hundreds of wild stallions in southwest Wyoming. Amy Richards has a report. The U-S Coast Guard joined the Sweetwater County Sheriff's Department and several other agencies in a special lake patrol operation on Flaming Gorge Reservoir this past weekend. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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