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April 13, 2010

Wyoming wind project offers grouse conservation plan

Cheyenne, Wyo. (AP) – The developer of a massive wind farm proposed in southern Wyoming is seeking federal approval of a conservation plan for sage grouse. The Power Company of Wyoming, an affiliate of Denver-based Anschutz (AN’-shoots) Corp., wants to build a 1,000-turbine wind farm on a ranch near Rawlins. But the company faces the

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Montana Residents worried about cleanup’s effects on trout

Helena, Mont. (AP) – The federal government has hauled away millions of tons of toxic sediment and removed a reservoir as part of a Superfund site cleanup in southwestern Montana’s fishing country, only to encounter a hitch – the changes may impede a threatened species of trout. The 100-year-old Milltown Dam was part of a

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New turkey season shows changing populations

Oklahoma City (AP) – Spring turkey season opened recently, and the population of birds in western Oklahoma is thriving. East of Interstate 35 is a different story, especially southeast. The population of Rio Grande wild turkeys, which dominate the western and central portions of the state, is strongest in western Oklahoma but down slightly in

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