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Wyoming to Spend Another $400K on Water For Pavillion

The state will spend at least another $400,000 to provide water to Pavillion-area homeowners with polluted groundwater.

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State Continues to Work With Pavillion Residents on Drinking Water

The State has put forward $750,000 to install cisterns for residents who live in the Pavillion East Gas Field.The State has also paid for a water loading station in the town of Pavillion, which is nearly complete.

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Funds Running Short for Pavillion Cistern Program

A state program that provides cisterns to homeowners with polluted groundwater in the Pavillion area could run out of money before everybody who wants a cistern gets one.

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Households Get Drinking Water Cisterns [Audio]

Twenty households east of Pavillion are getting drinking water cisterns paid for by the state. Amy Richards reports. Wyoming Attorney General Greg Phillips will be sworn in as a Federal Appeals Court Judge Monday afternoon. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Pavillion Homeowners Want Say in Fracking Investigation [AUDIO]

Homeowners in a gas field with tainted groundwater want more detail from Governor Matt Mead about how Wyoming will take over the EPA's investigation of what caused the contamination. Doug Randall reports. A spokeswoman for the Wyoming Poison Control center is warning parents about the hazards of glow sticks around young children. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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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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Wyo. Judge Hears Fracking Disclosure Case

A judge heard arguments Tuesday in a lawsuit that questions state officials' refusal to publicly release the ingredients in hydraulic fracturing chemicals that companies use to drill for oil and gas.

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More Analysis Needed on U.S.G.S. Pavillion Water Report [AUDIO]

Both sides of the debate over whether hydraulic fracturing has contaminated groundwater near Pavillion, Wyoming say they need more time to analyze the results of testing done by the U.S. Geological Survey. Doug Randall has the details.  An infectious disease specialist at Campbell County Memorial hospital says one of three people treated there for Group A Streptococcal infections has died. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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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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Wyoming Unemployment Rate Down Again AUDIO]

The Fremont County Coroner has ruled that a Pavillion, Wyoming man who was shot and killed by a deputy sheriff last month committed suicide by forcing a confrontation with a lawman. Doug Randall reports. Wyoming's  seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in February was down again. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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