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CROW BUTTE

Crow Butte

The remains of old homesteads...

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Cameco Resources - Crow Butte Operation
Crawford, Nebraska

Cameco's Crow Butte operation near Crawford, Nebraska, employs about 65 people. Crawford is located east of Fort Robinson State Park in Dawes County. Crawford was established in 1886 as a railroad stop. There are many opportunities for outdoor recreation including hunting, hiking, horseback riding, boating, fishing and camping. The area is excellent for rock collecting and finding fossils.

CASPER

Casper

Casper is located on the...

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Cameco Resources - Land and Evaluation Department
400 East 1st Street, Suite 308
Casper, Wyoming 82601

Cameco Resources employs about 40 geologists, analysts, engineers and support staff at its Casper, Wyoming, office. Casper is located on the North Platte River on Interstate 25, at the foot of Casper Mountain. The city is home to a community college that offers bachelors degrees from the University of Wyoming, as well as live theater, the Wyoming Symphony Orchestra and the Fort Casper Museum and Historic Site. Casper has been a regional center for energy since the discovery of oil in the late 19th century.

DOUGLAS

Douglas

The city of Douglas is...

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Cameco Resources - Smith Ranch-Highland Operation
Douglas, Wyoming

Cameco's Smith Ranch-Highland operation near Douglas, Wyoming, employs over 140 people. Douglas is located on the banks of the North Platte River and is the seat of Converse County. In 1996, Douglas was selected by author Norman Crampton for his book, The 100 Best Small Towns in America. The town is home to a number of sites and attractions including the Wyoming State Fairgrounds, Oregon Trail and Historic Marker, and Ayres Natural Bridge.

CHEYENNE

Cheyenne

The headquarters for Cameco Resources...

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Cameco Resources
2020 Carey Avenue, 6th Floor
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001-

The headquarters for Cameco Resources relocated to Cheyenne, Wyoming from Colorado in February 2010. Cheyenne is the capital of and largest city in Wyoming, beginning its life as a railroad city in 1867. It is often referred to as the "Magic City of the Plains". Cheyenne offers many cultural opportunities, including a theater season and the Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra. Sloan’s Lake offers swimming, fishing, walking, biking, and canoeing. Cheyenne is home to the largest outdoor rodeo in the US, staffed almost entirely by volunteers.