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Officials: Success Catching and Radio-Collaring Wolves

Protected by the Endangered Species Act in Wyoming as recently as 2012, wolves must be monitored because their numbers are few.

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Man Sentenced in Wind River Murder

A Northern Arapahoe man has been sentenced to 17 years in prison for a June slaying on the Wind River Reservation.

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Northern Arapahoe Tribe Blasts States Request That EPA Stay Reservation Boundary Ruling [AUDIO]

The Northern Arapahoe Tribe is asking the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to reject a request from the state of Wyoming to halt implementation of the agency's decision that over 1 million acres around Riverton remains legally Indian country

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USDAgov, Flickr
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Mead Says State Won’t Honor EPA Ruling on Indian Lands

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Gov. Matt Mead has written to Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy saying Wyoming won't honor her agency's determination that over 1 million acres around Riverton is legally Indian Country

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(Tom Lacock, Wyoming Department of Education)
Education Secretary Arne Duncan and Interior Secretary Sally Jewell (Tom Lacock, Wyoming Department of Education)
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Education Secretary Arne Duncan Speaks About Education on Reservation [AUDIO]

Interior Secretary Sally Jewell and Secretary of Education Arne Duncan met with officials in Riverton and on the Wind River Indian Reservation Thursday.  The National Federation of Independent Businesses started a a new series of calculators to help business owners determine eligibility and estimate costs under the new health care law. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Wyoming Highway Patrol (Courtesy of WHP)
Wyoming Highway Patrol (Courtesy of WHP)
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Lander Man Dies In Rollover Crash

An 18 year old Lander man is dead following a Monday morning one-car rollover on the Wind River Indian Reservation, according to Wyoming Highway Patrol spokesman Sgt. Steve Townsend. The patrol says the victim, 18 year old Clarence Armajo, was southbound in the 400 block of Plunkett Road on the reservation when his 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix failed to negotiate a right hand curve in the roadway, went into a slide and exited the roadway before rolling two and a half times

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(Courtesy Wyoming Poison Control Center)
(Courtesy Wyoming Poison Control Center)
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Generic, Brand-Name Drug Makers Face Different Standards [AUDIO]

Workers are sampling water near a former uranium mill on the Wind River Indian Reservation to see how flooding has affected the movement of contaminants. Amy Richards reports. A  U.S. Supreme Court decision a year ago makes it all but impossible to sue generic drug manufacturers  for failing to provide adequate warnings about a drug's dangers. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Wind River Reservation (Courtesy of James G. Hawes/Wikipedia)
Wind River Reservation (Courtesy of James G. Hawes/Wikipedia)
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Wind River Tribes Spar in Bald Eagle Suit [AUDIO]

The federal government's preliminary environmental assessment of a proposed pipeline for transporting natural gas liquids in the west is ready for review. Doug Randall has the details.  In legal papers, the Eastern Shoshone tribe asserts that its members have closer ties to the Wind River Indian Reservation than do members of the other tribe that lives there, the Northern Arapaho. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News. 

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Rangeland and Pastureland Conditions A Concern [AUDIO]

Tribal and federal officials say a crackdown on crime on the Wind River Indian Reservation of the past two years has succeeded in improving the quality of life there. Doug Randall has the details.   U.S. Department of Agriculture meteorologist Brad Rippey says rangeland and pastureland conditions for the week ending June 17th are not looking good. Click past the jump  to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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(Mario Tama/Getty)
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Proposed Lease Parcels for May Sale Announced [AUDIO]

The Bureau of Land Management Wyoming State Office has posted it's proposed list of parcels for the Quarterly Oil and Gas lease sale scheduled for May 1 in Cheyenne. Amy Richards reports. The Wind River Casino's new hotel is partially open. Business Reporter Sharon Fain has a details. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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