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Gov. seeks fed funds to fix ailing dam, wrangles with water developers

Gov. Mark Gordon has asked for federal Bipartisan Infrastructure Law money to fix the dangerous LaPrele Dam as he wrangles with state water developers over priorities for hundreds of millions of federal infrastructure and stimulus dollars.

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Corner-crossing defendants move for dismissal of trespass charges

An attorney for one of four hunters charged with criminal trespass in a corner-crossing case in Carbon County has asked a judge to dismiss the count against his client and the three other defendants.

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Study: Up to 144 years for aquifers to recover from methane gas development

The coal-bed methane gas boom that dotted northeast Wyoming with rigs and workers in the 2000s and left a legacy of bankruptcies and orphaned wells will also have lingering impacts on groundwater for up to 144 years,

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National refuge tries to wean its elk off feed and fails so far

A phalanx of elk swept across the snowy prairie, a tawny-coated mass on the move that caused National Elk Refuge Biologist Eric Cole to slow his U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service pickup truck, retrofitted with snow tracks for outings like this.

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Kemmerer’s locals, leaders eye transition to nuclear-power boom town

KEMMERER — A relic of 1950s-era motor lodges, the Antler Motel in the heart of Kemmerer rarely has to light its “no vacancy” sign, though customer traffic is steady during the summer tourist season and holidays, manager Rose Lain said.

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Eastern Shoshone record more than 4,000 words

For the last two weeks Robyn Rofkar has been waking up in the cold darkness of 3 a.m.,

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Born in a Wyo blizzard, Breezy Johnson skis up a World Cup Storm

VICTOR, Idaho — U.S. women’s downhill ski champion — Wyoming native Breezy Johnson — races into three World Cup events in January after storming the podium earlier this season and nipping the heels of the reigning Olympic gold medalist.

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Staff shortages plague Wyoming medical providers

Sublette County Rural Health Care District Director of Nursing Vicky Marshall has been a nurse for nearly 24 years, but lately she’s found herself daydreaming of becoming a waitress or bartender.

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After exceeding pollution limits, oilfield operator seeks relaxed permit

After an energy company at the troubled Moneta Divide gas- and oilfield discharged more pollution than allowed under a 2020 permit, Wyoming is poised to change that permit to remove limits on, and monitoring of, some waste flows.

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Hageman releases first paid campaign ad

CASPER — Harriet Hageman, the Donald Trump-endorsed candidate in the U.S. House race against Rep. Liz Cheney, released her first paid ad of the campaign Wednesday as she ramps up her effort to unseat Wyoming’s lone congresswoman.

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80 years after Pearl Harbor A whole different world

BUFFALO — The day after more than 350 Japanese aircraft attacked U.S. forces at Pearl Harbor, Johnson County High School students assembled in the school gymnasium to listen to President Franklin Roosevelt address the nation.

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