To date, MEP has been reluctant even to clarify some questions about the affected materials and applicable contamination standards.
SWANA will continue to press the waste sector’s concerns with federal officials and others, and continues to monitor this dynamic situation closely.
On February 27, 1982, she married the love of her life, John Shore.
She loved her profession as a cosmetologist, she was very passionate about making her clients beautiful.
The words “Livestock”, “Mines”, “Grains” and “Oil” represent Wyoming’s wealth.
The eagle and shield show support for the United States.
Heaven got a little brighter on January 1, 2018 when Gloria Jean Shore, age 67, of Casper, passed away surrounded by her loving family.
She fought her quiet battle with cancer for over 4 years, she was such a warrior that many never knew she was ill.Gloria was preceded in death by her father, Arthur Vigil.She is survived by her husband of 35 years, John Shore, mother, Mary Vigil, daughter, Missy (Rob) Norton, Le Ann Thompson, Cassie (Kristian) Shore-Fasching, 2 brothers, 4 sisters, 5 grandchildren, 4 great-grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews.Educate all stakeholders about the importance of generating high quality material.China’s ongoing efforts to limit the amount of contamination in material imports -- dating back to the 2013 “Green Fence” -- highlight the need for recyclers to produce high quality material.Visit the Shoshone National Forest or the Eastern Great Plains.No matter where you go, this large state is beautiful and breathtaking.In addition to Wyoming’s beautiful scenery, the state gives you a broad opportunity to explore history dating back to prehistoric roaming tribes almost 12,000 years ago.From the nomadic Indians to the days of the Old West, Wyoming provides an rich experience of scenic trails, military forts, and a number of ghost towns that dot the landscape.The dates 18 tell when Wyoming organized as a territory of the United States and when it became a state.Wyoming Articles: Arapaho – Great Buffalo Hunters of the Plains Atlantic City – Booming & Busting For More Than A Century Bighorn Medicine Wheel in Lovell Bill Booth – A Notorious Slayer in Wyoming The Bozeman Trail – A Violent Path to the Gold Fields Adventures on the Bozeman Trail Buffalo Bill Cody – Trapper, Trader and American Frontiersman Cattle Kate – Mystery of a Lynching Deep Rut Hill and the Guernsey State Park Discovery of Rocky Mountains Fort Bridger State Historic Site Fort Fetterman – Headquartering the Black Hills Campaign Fort Laramie – Crossroads to the West Fort Laramie Treaty Fort Phil Kearney – Lost to the Indians Ghostly Legends of Cheyenne Ghost Towns of Wyoming Grand Teton National Park The Grattan Fight – Beginning the Indian Wars on the Northern Plains Haunted Ivy House Inn in Casper, Wyoming Historic & Haunted Sheridan Inn Historic Plains Hotel in Cheyenne Hole-In-The-Wall – Outlaw Hideout Indian War Battles, Skirmishes & Massacres in Wyoming Jackson Hole Valley at the Base of the Tetons James Averell – Unjustly Hanged Jim Moore – Notable Pony Express Rider & Rancher Jay Em – Barely Holding On Johnson County War Lynching of Big Steve Long Miners Delight – Tumbling in the Forest Oregon Trail – Pathway to the West The Oregon-California Trail Across Wyoming Pony Express – Fasted Mail Across the West Quirky Wyoming The Death Ship of the Platte River Jackalopes in Wyoming – Myth or Reality?