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Kevin Koile, K2 Radio
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Fuel Spill Closes Intersection Near Downtown Casper

UPDATE 6:30 p.m. Tuesday: Lt. Stew Anderson with Natrona County Emergency Management says Yellowstone Highway has been reopened, but First Street remains closed.

UPDATE 3:30 p.m. Tuesday: Lt. Stew And

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University of Nebraska-Lincoln Drought Monitor
University of Nebraska-Lincoln Drought Monitor
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Despite Snow, Drought Persists for Natrona County and Throughout Wyoming

Despite heavy snow in recent weeks throughout much of Wyoming, officials say the state remains extremely dry.

According to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s U.S. Drought Monitor, all of Wyomi

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Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
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River Inches Up After Storms

Additional flows out of Grey Reef Reservoir should have been noticeable here in Casper this afternoon. Emergency Manager, Lt Stew Anderson, says a slight increase of about 200 cfs brings us to around 8300 Cubic Feet per second, but he cautions that the additional rain that fell last night will also make a difference.

"We're also seeing what the streams that come from the west, Powder River and Casper Creek, what those bring in today from the storms that we had yesterday. It just takes awhile for that water to gather and get into those creeks and make its way to the river."

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Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
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NP River Levels Update For May 20th

A conference call between water managers, first responders and agencies up and down the North Platte  river confirmed the expectation that water will begin to spill out of Pathfinder reservoir late Sunday.

Lt Stew Anderson, Natrona County Emergency Manager says release out of Grey Reef will follow.

"They'll start increasing the flows out of Greyreef Reservoir starting on the 25th to the 28th."

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Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
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Sand Bags Move Slowly On First Offering [VIDEO]

As Natrona County anticipates its record runoff emergency managers made sandbags available for the first time over the weekend.  K2 Radio's Karen Snyder visited the westside station...

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