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At homes, farms near fracked sites, sample after sample reveal carcinogens, nerve toxins above federal health standards.
Looking back at this flare up, I’m struck by how much flash and heat is concentrated on conjecture when there’s so much more of substance …
Documents show that Heather Zichal operated behind the scenes as EPA prepared to release its findings that fracking had contaminated groundwater in Pavillion.
Pavillion residents left out of groundwater pollution negotiations could take issue with Gov. Mead’s charge that Wyo. got excluded from regional haze talks.
Pavillion Working Group meeting set for August
(Press release) On Friday, August 2, 2013, the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) and the Wyoming Oil and Gas …
Environmentalists say the agency is systematically disengaging from any research that could be perceived as questioning the safety of the practice.
Without buy-in from all stakeholders — especially the tribes and the Pavillion area residents — there can be no true resolution.
U.S. EPA has abandoned its investigation of groundwater contamination near oil and gas operations in Wyoming. The agency will not seek peer review and will …
One of Wyoming’s largest, least populated school districts turns a school bus into a preschool classroom on wheels.
Statewide archery contest introduces kids to shooting bows and arrows.
This week’s news of yet another delay further frustrated stakeholders on all sides of the issue, including some Pavillion area residents who believe the EPA’s …
Encana Co. is calling on the EPA to withdraw a draft report that linked hydraulic fracturing in Wyoming to groundwater contamination in the Wyoming town.
Wyoming PBS features discussion on fracking and drilling
The Wyoming PBS program, Wyoming Chronicle, recently aired a discussion about hydraulic fracturing and other aspects of oil …
Pavillion working group meets Oct 10
The Pavillion working group will continue its work on groundwater contamination at a public meeting scheduled for 9 a.m. October …
The ex-marine describes himself as the “antithesis of a tree hugger.” Yet he’s found himself leading a movement to lessen the impact of oil drilling …
Pavillion collaboration resumes despite fractures
The Pavillion Working Group met this week for the first time since November 2011, delayed by the controversy that erupted over …
It’s not common to read stories that describe a breach of the public trust by Wyoming’s public servants. This week, however, was different — with …
Wyoming’s top oil and gas supervisor said he believes Pavillion area residents are motivated by greed in the ongoing groundwater contamination investigation, angering town residents.
All the fuss about fracking centers on two things; the proliferation of oil and gas drilling in and around our drinking water aquifers, and the …
Political cartoonist Greg Kearney draws a conclusion about precautionary fashion statements and Wyoming residency.
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