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Land Bureau Seeks Comments on Oil & Gas Leases

ROCK SPRINGS, Wyo. --- The federal government is preparing to offer more than 250 parcels of public land for oil and gas leasing in western Wyoming and is seeking public comment on the proposal.

The 252 parcels would be sold at auction next May

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BLM Offers Muddy Mountain Wood Harvest [AUDIO]

The Bureau of Land Management is now offering permits to harvest firewood and poles from Muddy Mountain.

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8.19 National Historic Trails Interpretive Center, Daniel Sandoval, K2 Radio
8.19 National Historic Trails Interpretive Center, Daniel Sandoval, K2 Radio
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Pony Express Rides Through Casper [AUDIO]

A pony express rider is going to ride through Casper from the east and hit town Sunday Morning.

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Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
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Lawsuit Thwarts Wild Horse Castration Plan [AUDIO]

Plaintiffs in a federal lawsuit say the U.S. Bureau of Land Management has withdrawn its plan to round up wild horses and castrate 177 stallions in southwestern Wyoming.

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Muddy Mountain Road Opens [AUDIO]

The Casper Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management opened Muddy Mountain Road Tuesday.

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BLM wild horse adoption, Jeff T. Green, Getty Images
BLM wild horse adoption, Jeff T. Green, Getty Images
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Wild Horses Get Adopted This Weekend [AUDIO]

The Bureau of Land Management will be adopting out Wyoming wild horses near Cheyenne this Friday and Saturday.

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Pond Mechanics circa 1825, Hulton Archive, Getty Images
Pond Mechanics circa 1825, Hulton Archive, Getty Images
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Earthen Dam Springs Leak [AUDIO]

An earthen dam holding back millions of gallons of water in south-central Wyoming is leaking and in danger of failing.

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Survey marker, Erik S. Lesser, Getty Images
Survey marker, Erik S. Lesser, Getty Images
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Satellite Surveyor Spots Thousands Of Points [AUDIO]

This is National Surveyor's Week, March 20th through the 26th, surveyors as in those who accurately measure the ground.

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Henri Bisson, PLF President; Renee Dana, WLCI Coordinator; BLM Director Bob Abbey;  & George Lea, President Emeritus, PLF.
Henri Bisson, PLF President; Renee Dana, WLCI Coordinator; BLM Director Bob Abbey; & George Lea, President Emeritus, PLF.
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WLCI Coordinator Receives National Award [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Landscape Conservation Initiative coordinator is honored in Washington D.C. having her name permanently inscribed into the Bureau of Land Management's Hall of Fame.

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NHTIC With A Buffalo Soldiers Exhibit Thru The End Of The Month [AUDIO]

The National Historic Trails Interpretive Center is celebrating  Black History Month with a temporary exhibit

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