Berkeley bans natural gas
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Now a Ban on Natural Gas? Berkeley, California Fires “First Shot” in Potential Energy War

Californians are moving away from natural gas, which could complicate Wyoming’s energy-reliant economy in the future, but experts say it’s too soon to predict an actual impact. In Berkeley, California, city officials banned natural gas connections to new homes to fuel furnaces and appliances starting in 2020 as part of an initiative to reduce the city’s carbon emissions. Keep Reading

River Festival Duck Race
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Expedition Island site of River Festival

The island where explorer John Wesley Powell launched his two groundbreaking explorations of the Green and Colorado rivers in the 1800s will be the site this weekend for Green River’s official final party of the summer. Keep Reading

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Cowboy State Bucket List covers 97,000 square miles!

What is on your ‘Cowboy State Bucket List? In a land of 97,000 square miles full of mountains, canyons, rivers, historical trails and outposts, Native American sites, and modern marvels, it is easy to compile such a list. And yet, there are so many more places to see it seems like my list is getting longer rather than shorter. Keep Reading

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