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Women face boom town isolation

September 10, 1976

In remote Jeffrey City, Wyoming, owned and operated by Western Nuclear, some women are determined to get out and participate in activities while others prefer the refuge of their homes.

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Women face boom town isolation
In remote Jeffrey City, Wyoming, owned and operated by Western Nuclear, some women are determined to get out and participate in activities while others prefer the refuge of their homes.
John Wesley Powell explores West
Though John Wesley Powell had enlightened ideas -- such as dividing the West into states based on watershed boundaries -- most of the reforms he proposed weren't accepted during his lifetime. The second in a two-part series by Peter Wild.

News

Can funds be found for the unhunted?
State agencies are considering a tax for non-game wildlife programs and other strategies to deal with the problem of lack of funding for managing non-game species of wildlife.
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