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200-Ton ‘Superload’ to Move Through Downtown Laramie, Across Wyoming Roads This Weekend

The superload contains a compressor generator building. It's 18 feet wide, 22 feet high, 140 feet long and weighs roughly 400,000 pounds.

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U.S. Rig Count Jumps 12 This Week to 952

Houston oilfield services company Baker Hughes said Friday that 763 rigs sought oil and 189 explored for natural gas this week.

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Oil Boom Shifts The Landscape Of Rural North Dakota
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Early Plan Out For Huge Wyoming Gas Field

Jonah Energy, LLC, seeks to tap 5.25 trillion cubic feet of natural gas, or a year's supply for 74 million average-sized homes.

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Man Gets Life Sentence in Case of Train Worker Killed in Wyoming

Flint Harrison later killed himself in jail.

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Order: Faster, More Efficient Oil, Gas Drilling on U.S. Lands

Zinke signed an order Thursday requiring federal oil and gas lease sales be held in each state at least quarterly.

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University of Georgia Student Still Missing in Wyoming

A search effort for Woodward began Tuesday and continued through Thursday.

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Native Americans: Grizzly Bear Decision Violates Religion

U.S. Justice Department officials did not immediately respond to a phone message and email for comment.

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Cameco Won’t Be Fined For Radioactive Leaks From Trucks in Wyoming

The leaks happened on two occasions, in 2015 and 2016.

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Univ. of Wyoming Staff Members Seek Salary Raises

The senate states 83 percent of the university's staff earns less than their counterparts at other Wyoming state agencies.

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Appeals Court Says EPA Doesn’t Have to Count Jobs Impact

Murray Energy CEO Bob Murray has been critical of Obama administration environmental policies, saying they led to massive job losses in the coal industry.

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