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Huffington Post | February 22, 2010 : Drilling rigs on the horizon underscore that cattle ranching and tourism no longer drive the economy in this picturesque town at the foot of the Wind River Range.
Nature News | February 19, 2010 : The American West is no longer wild, but lawlessness seems to be rising in the boom towns created as a result of expanding demand for oil and gas, according to a new study.
Sublette Examiner | June 29, 2009 : The Wyoming DEQ has reached an agreement with Houston-based Ultra Petroleum Corp. regarding alleged air-quality violations in 2007 and 2008.
E&E News | March 19, 2009 : The Obama administration could declare that air quality in southwestern Wyoming fails to meet new national health standards for ground-level ozone.
Sublette Examiner | March 18, 2009 : Sublette County is closer to the illustrious distinction of being the only place in the state – indeed almost the entire intermountain west – that does not meet federal standards for ozone pollution.
Wyoming DEQ | March 13, 2009 : Gov. Dave Freudenthal has submitted a recommendation to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that the agency should designate an area in southwest Wyoming as an ozone nonattainment area.
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