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Beetles Bring Devastation And Extreme Fire Danger
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Appeals Court Rules in Wyoming’s Favor on Forest Management Issue

Wyoming had intervened in a lawsuit that challenged a forest management plan for the Black Hills National Forest.

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Some Bridger Teton National Forest Roads Won’t Open To Vehicles May 1st

Forest personnel surveyed conditions over the weekend and found most roads impassable due to snow,especially in shaded areas and on north-facing slopes.

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Federal Agencies Seeking Public Comment on Transmission Project

The proposed project would carry renewable and geothermal power from south-central Wyoming to central Utah.

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Forest Service Offers New Digital Maps for Mobile Devices

Online customer surveys also indicated a desire for more online products and information, such as maps.

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Gas Drilling
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Energy Representative: Find Revenue for Game and Fish, To Avoid Permitting Delays [AUDIO]

A gas industry representative says the Legislature should approve new funding sources for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department to avoid longer delays in oil and gas permitting. The U.S. Forest Service seeks comments on proposed criteria to evaluate year round recreation activities on ski areas that use forest service lands

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Laramie Peak Trail to be Close Intermittently

The U.S. Forest Service has announced that Laramie Peak Trail will be periodically closed over the next two weeks as the Wyoming State Trail Crew does some necessary safety upgrades and trail maintenance.

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Squirrel Creek Fire: One Year Later [PHOTOS]

The year was 2012. The fire began on June 30, it was contained on July 9th and was officially called "out" in mid-December. By the time it was all said and done, the Squirrel Creek Fire had burned nearly 11,000 acres of land approximately 30 miles southwest of Laramie.

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Sale Price for Forest Service Land In Jackson At $11.5 Million

The Forest Service is selling the 10 acres to raise money for renovation and other projects.

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Business Council Board to Meet inThermopolis [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Business Council Board of Directors will tour local businesses and review grant applications during a meeting in Thermopolis this week. Amy Richards has details. Colorado Senator Mark Udall is urging the U.S. Forest Service to make sure a contract dispute doesn't ground large air tankers used to fight wildfires. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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