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Bureau of Reclamation Reducing Water Levels at Alcova

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department says ice fishermen need to be on the lookout for potentially dangerous conditions as the Bureau of Reclamation lowers water levels at Alcova Reservoir.

Game and Fish officials say water levels will be roughly five feet below the normal winter operating range at the reservoir as Natrona County construction crews build a new boat ramp at Okie Beach

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Buffalo Bill Reservoir Will Have Adequate Water

Bureau of Reclamation officials say Buffalo Bill Reservoir may not fill to the brim this spring but it should have enough water to meet irrigation needs in northern Wyoming this spring and summer.

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Annual Drawdown Of Alcova Reservoir Starts Monday

The annual drawdown of Alcova Reservoir will begin Monday October 1st, 2012.During the month of October, the reservoir water surface elevation will be lowered about 10 feet at a rate of approximately 4 inches per day

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Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
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North Platte Flush And Flow Next Week

A reminder to outdoor recreationists of the North Platte River flush and flow that starts Monday.

The Bureau of Reclamation in partnership with the Wyoming Game Fish carry out the process in the spring bringing water levels from 500 cubic feet per second up to 4000 cfs and back to 500 over 24 hour period for four days in a row next week

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Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
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Alcova Trailer Park Tenants Call Foul On Appraisal

A recent appraisal of Bureau of Reclamation trailer park property at Alcova has lessees less than happy about a possible $450.00 dollar a year increase.

The yearly lease price has steadily risen from $840 in 2003 to a proposed $2450 in 2012

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Alcova Draw Down Marks End Of Wet Year

The Bureau of Reclamation brings to an end this month one of its busiest years on record as record high water levels moved downstream on the North Platte river.

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7.06 North Platte River, Daniel Sandoval, K2 Radio
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North Platte Recedes Slightly In Casper [AUDIO]

After a month of running near flood stage, the North Platte River through Casper has actually gone down a few inches.

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6.24 North Platte River, Daniel Sandoval, K2 Radio
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Cool Spring Defers Catastrophe, So Far [AUDIO]

The cooler spring may have helped save Wyoming from a disastrous flooding season, but along with those cooler temperatures came extra precipitation, with much of it still in the mountain snow-pack.

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1983 River Levels Expected By Thursday [AUDIO]

On June 23rd, 1983 the North Platte River at Casper reached a level of 7.66 ft, the second highest level since recording began in the late 1920's.

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River Up Again This Week

North Platte River levels will go up again this week as the Bureau of Reclamation works to get a jump on water runoff.  Starting  Monday night  and continuing to Wednesday, Bureau Supervisor, John Lawson, says they'll make incremental increases from 4500 to 5000 cubic feet per second.

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