11:40 am
Tue June 22, 2004

Tuesday, June 22, 2004 --

Wyoming –

Topic: Bob Beck speaks with University of Wyoming President, Dr. Phil Dubois about the University including the academic plan

Topic: The Interior Department is trying to push the "Best Management Practices" used in oil and gas drilling; Guest: Rebecca Watson from the Interior Department in Cheyenne

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10:48 am
Tue June 22, 2004

BLM To Use Best Management Practices

Cheyenne, Wy – Look for the Bureau of Land management to start using Best Management Practices in Wyoming oil and gas drilling operations. Interior Department Assistant Secretary Rebecca Watson told a minerals audience in Cheyenne that the new policy initiative is to ask B-L-M offices to consider best management practices in all Applications for Permits to Drill.

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10:13 am
Tue June 22, 2004

Governor Advises Legislative Committees On Medical Malpractice

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Sheridan, Wyoming –

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11:14 am
Mon June 21, 2004

Monday, June 21, 2004 --

Wyoming –

Topic: Bob Beck speaks with John Marvel, the Executive director of the Western Watersheds Project about the impact of live stock grazing on public lands.

Topic: Medical Malpractice issues; Guest: Dr. John Barrasco

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3:11 pm
Fri June 18, 2004

Colorado Lynx Found In Wyoming

Laramie, WY – The latest batch of kittens born to a reintroduced Colorado lynx have been found in Wyoming. The kittens were found in the Snowy Range mountains west of Laramie. The discovery is the latest sign the Colorado lynx recovery program is taking hold after a shaky start in 1999. 20 kittens have been discovered this year, up from the 16 found last year. Biologists aren't surprised that a lynx made a den in Wyoming. They've tracked radio-collared lynx roaming more than 200 miles from southwestern Colorado into southern Wyoming.

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2:07 pm
Fri June 18, 2004

Laramie Hospital CEO Resigns

Laramie, Wyoming –

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2:03 pm
Fri June 18, 2004

Thomas Wants Smaller Government

Washington, D.C. – Holding a 1,700 page notebook listing government programs, Wyoming Senator Craig Thomas told his colleagues this week to reduce the size of the federal government. He says each of the programs needs to be evaluated to see if they are current and still doing the job they were intended to do. Thomas says the recent death of President Reagan makes now a good time to remember how he believed in smaller, rather than bigger government.

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12:55 pm
Fri June 18, 2004

Team Drafts Around A Dozen Recommendations

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Lander, Wy –

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12:33 pm
Fri June 18, 2004

Colorado Lynx Found In Wyoming

Laramie, WY – The latest batch of kittens born to a reintroduced Colorado lynx have been found in the Snowy Range mountains west of Laramie. The discovery is the latest sign the Colorado lynx recovery program is taking hold after a shaky start in 1999. 20 kittens have been found so far this year, up from the 16 discovered last year. Biologists aren't surprised that a lynx made a den in Wyoming. They've tracked radio-collared lynx roaming more than 200 miles from southwestern Colorado into southern Wyoming.

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11:53 am
Fri June 18, 2004

Friday, June 18, 2004 --

Wyoming –

Topic: Aaron Alpern reports on the Wyoming Brucellosis Nation Team to prevent the spread of the disease from wildlife to cattle and improving surveillance

Topic: Weekly Wyoming Reporter's Roundtable

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