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Gov. Matt Mead (R-Wy)
Gov. Matt Mead (R-Wy)
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Mead Criticizes Oil Shale Reduction Proposal [AUDIO]

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead is criticizing a federal proposal to reduce the amount of public land in Wyoming available for possible oil shale development. Amy Richards has details. A hydrologist hired by several environmental groups is recommending putting a tracer in fracking fluids in the Pavillion area to find out whether the fluids are getting into the local water supply. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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(Courtesy of U.S. Government/Wikipedia)
(Courtesy of U.S. Government/Wikipedia)
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BLM Releases Environmental Assessment for Oil Shale/Tar Sands [AUDIO]

The Bureau of Land Management has published the notice of availability of the Draft Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement and possible land use amendments for allocation of oil shale and tar sands resources on lands administered by the BLM in Colorado, Utah and Wyoming. A group planning an Independent Presidential Candidate online has submit a petitions to the Wyoming Secretary of State for a spot on the November ballot. Doug Randall reports. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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(From the May 2011, Money Magazine)
(From the May 2011, Money Magazine)
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Laramie Makes Retirement List

The May issue of Money Magazine lists Laramie as the best place in the west to retire for people concerned about higher taxes. Kari Eakins has a report. Deborah Smith of Wyoming News Service has a report on why some energy experts think the development potential of oil shale as an energy source may be overrated. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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(Courtesy of Bureau of Land Management)
(Courtesy of Bureau of Land Management)
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BLM to Host Meetings In Cheyenne on Oil Shale [Audio]

The Bureau of Land Management will host two public meetings in Cheyenne next month on a proposed new public planning process related to oil shale and tar sands on BLM lands in Colorado, Utah and Wyoming. Amy Richards has that story. Karen Snyder reports that Natrona County's proposed collector car storage regulations will go back to the drawing table. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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