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Drill lease buyout plan still well short of goal

Dec 21, 2012 The Associated Press

CHEYENNE -- A land conservation group said it is $750,000 short of meeting a year-end deadline to raise $8.75 million to buy out and permanently retire gas ...


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Cameco Resources public and government affairs manager Ken Vaughn, center, handed St. Stephen's Indian School superintendent Michael Hejtmanek a check for $5,000 while the school's business manager, Pam Swiderski, looked on. Photo by Alejandra Silva

Cameco Resources public and government affairs manager Ken Vaughn, center, handed St. Stephen's Indian School superintendent Michael Hejtmanek a check for $5,000 while the school's business manager, Pam Swiderski, looked on. Photo by Alejandra Silva


Cameco Resources public and government affairs manager Ken Vaughn, center, handed St. Stephen's Indian School superintendent Michael Hejtmanek a check for $5,000 while the school's business manager, Pam Swiderski, looked on. Photo by Alejandra Silva

Cameco Resources public and government affairs manager Ken Vaughn, center, handed St. Stephen's Indian School superintendent Michael Hejtmanek a check for $5,000 while the school's business manager, Pam Swiderski, looked on. Photo by Alejandra Silva

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