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EPA: Lands Around Riverton Still ‘Indian Country’

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has determined that nearly 1.5 million acres around Riverton that Congress opened for settlement by non-Indians early last century remains legally Indian Country.

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Lawmakers Against National Conservation Designation For Red Desert [AUDIO]

Carbon County authorities say a man who was riding on an all-terrain vehicle died after the four-wheeler hit a rock and toppled into Seminoe Reservoir. Several state lawmakers say they are against a proposal by an environmental group to protect large portions of the Red Desert as a National Conservation Area

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Wyoming’s Outlaw Trail Book Signings in Laramie

The state of Wyoming has a rich history and Mac Blewer has his story on the folklore and geography behind the state.

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(Mario Tama/Getty)
(Mario Tama/Getty)
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Conservationists Want Red Desert Protection [AUDIO]

Some conservation groups want more environmental protections before a large drilling project in the Red Desert is developed. Amy Richards reports. The Daniels Fund has announced more than $429,000 in grants to Wyoming non-profit groups. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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(Photo: Clinton Steeds, flickr.com)
(Photo: Clinton Steeds, flickr.com)
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Groups Want More Red Desert Drilling Protections

Some conservation groups want more environmental protections before a large drilling project in Wyoming's Red Desert is developed.

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Red Desert/Wyoming (US Department of Agriculture/ Sam Cox)
Red Desert/Wyoming (US Department of Agriculture/ Sam Cox)
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BLM Extends Comment Period on Red Desert Drilling Plan [AUDIO]

The Bureau of Land Management will allow an extra 45 days of public comment on the expansion of a large drilling project in Wyoming's Red Desert. Doug Randall reports. Some students at Pine Bluffs Junior-Senior High are getting a hands-on lesson in business. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Comment Period Extended on Red Desert Drilling Project

The Bureau of Land Management will allow an extra 45 days of public comment on the expansion of a large drilling project in Wyoming's Red Desert.

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Red Desert, Wyoming (Courtesy of USDA)
Red Desert, Wyoming (Courtesy of USDA)
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BLM Releases EIS on Massive Drilling Project In Wyoming [AUDIO]

The Biodiversity Conservation Alliance responds to a proposal from the BLM for a massive drilling project in the center of the Red Desert. Doug Randall reports that 183 elk were killed in this year's Grand Teton National Park Elk Hunt. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Red Desert (US Department of Agriculture/ Sam Cox)
Red Desert (US Department of Agriculture/ Sam Cox)
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Company Propose In-Situ Uranium Mine in Wyoming [AUDIO]

A company is proposing to build what would be the only in-situ uranium mine in southern Wyoming. Doug Randall reports.  A  former employee of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department is  taking over as executive director of the Wyoming Wildlife Federation. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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1-25 WebCam (Courtesy of WY-Dot)
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State Awards $18 Million in Road Work Bids [AUDIO]

The Biodiversity Conservation Alliance is hosting free outings to the Red Desert in South-Central Wyoming. Amy Richards has a report on the Wyoming Transportation Commission awarding $18.5 for seven highway projects around the state. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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