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Could energy seekers make Old Faithful falter?

June 1, 1979

Targhee National Forest officials, who manage nearly all of the Island Park Geothermal Area adjacent to Yellowstone National Park, are being pressured by more than 70 parties who want to drill for hot water that would be used to generate electricity.

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Could energy seekers make Old Faithful falter?
Targhee National Forest officials, who manage nearly all of the Island Park Geothermal Area adjacent to Yellowstone National Park, are being pressured by more than 70 parties who want to drill for hot water that would be used to generate electricity.
Wheatland strives for boom town perfection
Although residents of Wheatland, Wyo., may disagree about the positives and negatives of the boom created by construction of a nearby coal-fired power plant, they take pride in the way they have worked together with the consortium of power utilities building the plant.

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Antelope clear coal mining threat but run into fencing plans
Although Bureau of Land Management officials have decided to ban coal mining to protect antelope winter range in the Red Rim area west of Rawlins, Wyo., a rancher's fence may jeopardize the animals anyway.
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