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Idle Uranium Mines Purchased, Expected To Produce in 3 Years

A uranium company has purchased two mines that have been idle since the 1990s and has plans to start them up again.

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Expert: Be Careful With Allergy Medicines [AUDIO]

A federal judge has ruled against an environmental group's challenge to an in-situ uranium mine that started production last month in Sweetwater County. A spokeswoman for the Wyoming Poison Control Center says this can be the worst time of year for allergies and people need to be careful with allergy medicines

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Wyoming Business Council
Wyoming Business Council
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Business Council Recommends Support for Lost Creek Project [AUDIO]

Grand Teton National Park has completed a 28 unit employee housing project in Moose that is being recognized for it's sustainable energy. Amy Richards has a report. The Wyoming Business Council has voted on a recommendation to the governor's office to support Ur Energy's proposed lost creek project. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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(Andreas Rentz/Getty)
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Jackson Company Wants to Build Wind Farm Near Cheyenne [AUDIO]

A Colorado company planning to open a uranium mine in southwestern Wyoming hopes to start construction in the summer and then begin mining in 2013.Doug Randall reports. A Jackson Hole company wants to lease land from Cheyenne to build a 300-megawatt, $750 million wind farm. The Morley Company is proposing building 120 towers on city-owned land six miles west of Cheyenne. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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(karen snyder/tsm)
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New Detantion Facility to be Dedicated [AUDIO]

The Bureau of Land Management isn't expected to make a decision on a proposed uranium mine in Sweetwater County before next year. Doug Randall has a report. Dedication  for a new juvenile detention facility to serve Natrona County is scheduled for Saturday. Karen Snyder has details. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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A tavern. (J. Green/TSM)
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Supreme Court: Law Protects Bar Owners [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Supreme Court has ruled that state law protects bar owners from lawsuits arising from the actions of intoxicated patrons. Doug Randall has the details. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has issued a safety report and a license to UR-Energy's Lost Cabin Uranium Mine in Sweetwater County. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Plane Crash (Sweetwater County Sheriff's Office)
Plane Crash (Sweetwater County Sheriff's Office)
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Bodies of Colorado Men Killed In Plane Crash Found [Audio]

The bodies of two Colorado men who died in a plane crash north of Rock Springs were found Saturday afternoon, Daniel Sandoval has that story. Doug Randall reports that a company hopes to open a uranium mine in southwest Wyoming. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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