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Public News Service - WY: Public Lands/Wilderness

Jackson, WY – It's time for a fresh look at Wyoming's energy industry. Researchers, wildlife experts and sportsmen are gathering in Jackson today through Saturday to come up with new ideas on how to balance the state's profitable energy sector with other values, such as hunting, fishing and ba

Sheridan, WY - Wyoming's tax system needs some tweaking, according to a Tax Day report released today by the Center for Community Development. The report shows the oil, gas and mining industries are enjoying low so-called severance taxes in Wyoming when compared to other states. Bob LaResche with

Casper, WY – Squeezing oil from stone. That's being promoted as the next generation of oil development for Wyoming, as the U.S. Bureau of Land Management plans to put millions of acres of public lands up for lease for oil shale production. However, David Alberswerth, energy policy expert with

Casper, WY – People in Wyoming and neighboring states are worried that in the push for "clean energy," an upswing in uranium mining activity may mean dirty air and waterways. Concerned citizens are meeting Saturday in Casper to talk about the pros and cons of the rush for uranium claims in th

Pinedale, WY – Big cities across the country aren't the only places wondering how they'll meet the new ozone health safety rules issued this week by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Small-town Wyoming is wondering the same. Ozone air advisories have been issued several times this wint

Cheyenne, WY – Wyoming's message of "whoa!" on oil and gas drilling is being heard in Washington, D.C. today. A Senate committee is looking at the "Wyoming Range Legacy Act," which puts about one million acres of forest land off limits to oil and gas development. Outfitter Gary Amerine from

Laramie, WY – The avalanche danger is "high" in Wyoming -- from flurries of federal paperwork. Conservation, recreation and labor groups are tracking the plethora of documents generated in the latest push to drill and develop public land throughout the state. Laurie Milford with the Wyoming O

Pinedale, WY – At stake are big plans and big money for Wyoming, so the idea of stepping up gas drilling in the Pinedale Anticline is getting a lot of attention. A recent public hearing was so crowded with people from all over the state, that the U.S. Bureau of Land Management says it will set

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