Tyrannosaurus rex stomped the subtropical delta in what is now Carter County as a seaway that covered much of the interior of the country began to recede 65 to 70 million years ago.
Ekalaka plans to restore and renovate the historic Old Locker building as the site of the new town library.
TransCanada is working with 13 Carter County landowners to replace approximately 23 miles of woven wire fencing with wildlife friendly fences along the company's Bison Pipeline right of way.
CASPER, Wyo. — The repaired Bison Pipeline is shipping some natural gas again, while its owner continues to investigate what caused it to rupture at a site in northeast Wyoming on July 20.
CASPER, Wyo. — An initial assessment of the ruptured Bison Pipeline in northeastern Wyoming shows evidence of "mechanical damage," says a spokesman for the company that owns the pipeline.
A cloud billows from TransCanada's ruptured Bison Pipeline in northeast Wyoming on July 20. The 6-month-old pipeline is disabled, but the executive director of the Wyoming Pipeline Authority said the accident is unlikely to put a crimp in the state's gas exports.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. -- A dramatic rupture that has crippled one of Wyoming's newest big gas pipelines isn't expected to reduce the state's gas exports.
CASPER, Wyo. — A natural gas pipeline west of Gillette exploded Wednesday night, shaking nearby homes and echoing at least 30 miles away but not causing any injuries or property damage, officials and a resident said.
GILLETTE - A newly built gas pipeline exploded in a remote area in northeastern Wyoming with enough force to be heard 10 miles away.
TransCanada, the Calgary-based company that built the Bison natural gas pipeline across southeastern Montana, has contacted several landowners to propose compensation for damage caused by its construction.
TransCanada had invested $193.5 million in the Bison Pipeline as it passes through Montana as of Jan. 1, according to Kory Hofland, manager of the Montana Department of Revenue's Central Assessment Bureau.
Work on TransCanada's Bison Pipeline leaves some landowners with issues of collapsing ground and torn up roads. The pipeline runs from the Powder River Basin northeast through Montana and connects with another pipeline in North Dakota.
Deep fissures fracturing their fields and pastures are only the most visible problem that landowners in Fallon and Carter counties say they’ve had with TransCanada’s Bison Pipeline.
Janelle Rieger inspects a trench collapsing over the Bison Pipeline. She said the surface began to sink in the spring when snow and ice buried with the pipeline during construction began to melt.
The 50-feet-wide Bison Pipeline right of way rolls across Robert Rusley's land near the North Dakota line. The pipeline cut his fields in half.
Tentacles of water erosion spread across the Bison Pipeline right of way that divides Robert Rusley's hay pasture.
Landowners say numerous cattle guards were damaged during installation of the Bison high-pressure gas pipeline in southeast Montana.
Jannelle Rieger stands chest high in a fissure that opened above the Bison Pipeline this spring on her neighbor's ranch in Carter County.
Rancher Wade Klauzer examines a lengthy fissure over the Bison Pipeline. He said he complained long and loud to get the crevice fenced off so his cattle wouldn't fall in.