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County Commission Approves Zoning Change For Antelope Hills

The Natrona County Commission welcomed its two new members and handily passed two agenda items after minimal public comment during its first meeting of the year Tuesday.

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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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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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Flooding In Natrona County? Not If….When [AUDIO]

Lt Stewart Anderson, Emergency Management Coordinator for Natrona County, stopped in this morning

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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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Alcova Refill Starts April 1st

Water levels at Alcova go up ten feet in April as the Bureau of Reclamation does the annual reservoir refill in anticipation of the irrigation season.

Area Manager, John Lawson says, while the refill itself is standard, it will play a role in alleviating expected high runoff and inflow into the entire reservoir system this spring.

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North Platte River, Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
North Platte River, Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
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River Ice Slows Upper Reservoir Release

Federal reservoir managers began releasing water into the North Platte in eastern Wyoming, making room for heavy runoff from deep snow, but ice on the river and fluctuating temperatures will slow releases upriver.

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