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Delegation Applauds Wolf Proposal [AUDIO]

Members of Wyoming's congressional delegation say they are encouraged about a proposed wolf management agreement reached by Governor Matt Mead and the U-S Fish and Wildlife Service. Amy Richards has a report. Cheyenne will host the state Senior Olympics next week for the first time. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Pronghorn Antelope (USFWS)
Pronghorn Antelope (USFWS)
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Enviromentalists Mobilize To Mitigate Energy Development Impacts [AUDIO]

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis (R-WY) successfully defended key language in the 2012 Department of Interior and Environment Appropriations Bill which would immediately transfer the control of wolves to the State of Wyoming, once a deal with the federal government is reached.  As federal land managers consider more energy development on public lands, environmental groups are trying to mobilize residents to push for measures to reduce the impacts. Doug Randall has the details on that story. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Senator John Barrasso On The Morning Zone Today

Our featured guest today on The Morning Zone is U.S. Senator John Barrasso from Wyoming. We will talk with him about the upcoming visit by the FEDs to Wyoming to meet with state officials on the wolf de-listing issue, plus, his support for opening more public lands to off-road vehicles, and we will get his update on the other hot issues from Washington.That is at 7:37A

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Gov. Mead with Dave in The Morning Zone (J. Green/TSM)
Gov. Mead with Dave in The Morning Zone (J. Green/TSM)
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Gov. Mead Visits The Morning Zone

Today at 7:07AM MDT, Gov. Matt Mead will return to guest on The Morning Zone. The governor will update us on those issues effecting the State right now, and we'll talk more with him about what he believes we need to put in place to improve child abuse prevention in the state, and how we can do more to better meet juvenile justice needs today.

At 8:07, Jerry Crader

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Antelope Coal wins BLM Lease Sale [Audio]

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead says his administration continues to negotiate with the Federal Government on wolves, Doug Randall reports. The Bureau of Land Management has accepted a nearly 300 million dollar bid for  the West Antelope II North Coal tract. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Mead Applauds Wolf Decision [AUDIO]

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead says he is pleased with the announcement that wolves will be removed from endangered species act protection in several states. But the Republican says he is waiting for the day when Wyoming can control the wolves within it's borders. Amy Richards has a report on a Wyoming Business Alliance/Wyoming Heritage Foundation  forum coming up next week in Cheyenne.

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Yellowstone Winter Visitation Down [Audio]

Officials at Yellowstone National Park say heavy snows led to fewer visitors this winter. Doug Randall reports that wildlife advocates are scrambling to remove a provision, that would delist wolves in Montana and Idaho, from the Federal Budget Bill. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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