Two earthquakes shake the Valley 

Enough to wake you up and rattle dishes

In the wee hours of the morning on June 2, some residents of the North Platte Valley were jostled from their slumber when a Magnitude 3.9 earthquake rumbled through the area. Although not uncommon for Wyoming, it is uncommon for the Valley residents to feel them. Another quake with a magnitude of 3.2 occurred in nearly the same area less than 24 hours later. Many residents said they didn't feel it, while others heard the rumble and felt the shake. No damage was reported, except to the peace of mind of those that experienced it. According to the United States Geological maps, the first quake oc...


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