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Wyoming Guard Base C-130 Staging Area for Fires [AUDIO]

An electrical problem is blamed for starting a fire that destroyed the Lander Community Center. Doug Randall has the details. The Wyoming National Guard base is now the staging area for four specially equipped C-130′s being used to fight wildfires. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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(Courtesy of Wyoming Water Development Commission)
(Courtesy of Wyoming Water Development Commission)
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Gov. Appoints New Director of Water Development

Governor Matt Mead appointed Harry LaBonde as the next Director of the Wyoming Water Development Office. LaBonde replaces Mike Purcell who retired July 5, 2012. Governor Mead says “water  is one of our most critical resources in Wyoming and the Director of Water Development plays a key role in managing our state’s water resources. ”

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Squirrel Creek Fire (Courtesy of Inciweb)
Squirrel Creek Fire (Courtesy of Inciweb)
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Squirrel Creek Fire Was Human Caused [AUDIO]

Fire officials say the nearly 17 square mile Squirrel Creek Fire burning south of  Laramie was human caused. Doug Randall has the details. The Wyoming Democratic Party is celebrating the move of party headquarters from Casper to Cheyenne on Saturday at 3 p.m. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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USDAgov, Flickr
USDAgov, Flickr
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Gov. Mead Upset With Feds Over AML Cut [AUDIO]

Yellowstone National  Park  Superintendent Dan Wenk discussed the details of the park’s proposed winter use plan.  Governor Matt Mead says he is upset with last week’s vote in congress cutting federal abandoned mine land payments to the state. Doug Randall reports. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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(David McNew/Getty)
(David McNew/Getty)
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Feds Will Revamp Energy Corridor Plan [AUDIO]

Officials say firefighters are gaining some control on a growing fire near Newcastle. A  plan for designing thousands of miles of energy corridors in 11 western states will be revamped under a settlement reached by federal land managers, environmental groups and one Colorado county Doug Randall reports. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Progress Made on Squirrel Creek Fire

The Squirrel Creek Fire burning in the Medicine Bow National Forest is now 51 percent contained. Fire officials says light rain occurred over the fire area last night and crews were able to take advantage of cooler and moister conditions. They continued construction of fire line on the south-west perimeter. Construction of fire line will continue today, with bulldozers and hand crews. Both helicopters and air tankers will support these efforts as necessary.

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(Courtesy of Bridger-Teton National Forest)
(Courtesy of Bridger-Teton National Forest)
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Bear Cub Fire Discovered in the Teton Wilderness

The 300-acre Bear Cub Fire was discovered around 3:00 in the afternoon on July 3, approximately 27-miles east of Moran, Wyoming in Fremont County.  The fire is burning in dead and fallen timber and there are no structures threatened and no closure at this time. 

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Baggs Underpass (Courtesy of WYDOT)
Baggs Underpass (Courtesy of WYDOT)
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Transportation Bill Address Animal/Vehicle Crashes [AUDIO]

The new Federal Transportation Bill approved over the weekend recognized the dangers for people and critters, and grants state and federal agencies funding to retrofit roads to prevent collisions. Visitors to Wyoming State Parks and Historic Sites are urged to keep vehicles on roads and designated parking areas and away from tall grassy areas. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio news.

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newcastle fire (Facebook)
newcastle fire (Facebook)
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FEMA Authorizes Fire Fighting Money for Wyoming [AUDIO]

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has authorized the use of federal funds to help with firefighting costs for Wyoming’s oil creek fire in Weston county. Doug Randall reports. Because of the dry conditions and high fire danger, some popular July 4th fireworks shows have been canceled across Wyoming. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Boysen State Park (Courtesy of Wyoming Travel and Tourism)
Boysen State Park (Courtesy of Wyoming Travel and Tourism)
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State Parks Fire Ban Extended

Visitors to Wyoming state parks and historic sites are urged to keep vehicles on roads and designated parking areas and away from tall grassy areas.

Also, beginning noon today, Boysen State Park will operate under a complete open fire ban with only charcoal grills with a lid and propane grills allowed throughout the park. Exhaust

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