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Committee Approves Proposed Uranium Bill

A legislative committee has endorsed the idea of Wyoming taking over sole regulation of uranium mining in the state.

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Lummis Seeks Protection For Wyoming’s Uranium Industry

Under the Lummis language, a ten percent drop in the price of uranium would invalidate the Department’s standing uranium transfer authority.

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Marcin Wichary, Flickr
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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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Governor Matt Mead
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Mead Announces Information Partnership [Audio]

A uranium company has secured a $20 million state bond to begin production at a mine in northeast Wyoming. Kevin Koile reports. Governor Matt Mead has announced a partnership to create new maps and a clearinghouse  of geographic information system data about Wyoming

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Bear Creek Uranium mine 1982 BLM
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State Invests in Uranium Mine [Audio]

The State of Wyoming has invested $34 million in an in-situ uranium mine in Sweetwater County. The Wyoming Entrepreur will host a webinar Tuesday afternoon. Amy Richards reports.

 

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bloomsberries, Flickr
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Judge Rules Against Challenge to Uranium Mine

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.

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Northern Wyoming Reservoirs Poised for Runoff [AUDIO]

Northern Wyoming reservoirs are poised for runoff. Amy Richards has details. Casper's Ablation Technologies has entered an agreement to manufacture and operate technology it has to developed to recover uranium. Business Reporter Sharon Fain has a report. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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U.W. Student (University of Wyoming)
U.W. Student (University of Wyoming)
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Education Grant Renewed [AUDIO]

More than half of all uranium projects proposed for the United States are in Wyoming. Amy Richards has details. A program that aims to help low-income students graduate from high school and go on to college in Wyoming will continue, thanks to a federal grant from the Department of Education. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Boeing 737 (Getty/Simon Baker)
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No Boeing 737 Flights at Casper Airport [Audio]

Amy Richards has a report on a Canadian company's plans to explore for uranium in Wyoming this summer. The manager of Natrona County International Airport says no regular air carrier serving that airport flies Boeing 737 airplanes, which have been the focus of recent safety concerns.

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