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Feds move ahead with oil and gas leases near World Heritage site

U.S. land managers will move forward in March with the sale of oil and gas leases that include land near Chaco Culture National Historical Park and other sites sacred to Native American tribes.

Utah coal company seeks relief from federal lease payments

Utah’s largest coal producer is seeking a tax royalty reduction potentially worth millions of dollars on what it owes for federal coal leases mined at the Sufco Mine near Salina, but the filing was kept out of the news.

U.S. BLM admits gun stolen from worker killed woman on S.F. pier

San Francisco - A gun allegedly used to kill a San Francisco woman on Pier 14 a week ago had been stolen from a federal agent just one week prior to the fatal shooting, a local newspaper reported Tuesday.

Op-Ed: Controversial wolf hunt approved in Idaho

Salmon - In a move steeped in controversy, the Bureau of Land Management on Thursday approved a recreation permit allowing for a hunting contest, open to children and adults alike, to take place on public lands in Idaho.

Dinosaur track site in Utah soon to be opened to the public

Moab - 125 million years ago, in what is now Moab Utah, dinosaurs, crocodiles, and ancient birds walked through squelchy mud, leaving footprints behind to become immortalized in a trackway that will soon be open to the public.

Op-Ed: Bundy ranch fight — Standing up to an over-reaching government

Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy may have won his battle for grazing rights against the Bureau of Land Management, if only for the moment, but he and other American's like him must not let down their guard.

Nevada rancher claims victory after U.S. gov't returns cattle

Bunkerville - The U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) announced Saturday that federal agents would end a month-long operation to seize 900 cattle from a rancher grazing them on government-owned land north of Las Vegas, Nevada.

Wild horse advocate says BLM round-up facility is failing horses Special

Reno - Advocate Monika Courtney is tackling a Bureau of Land Management (BLM) holding facility in Reno, NV., over its lack of shelter and basic care for rounded-up wild horses. Digital Journal spoke with Courtney and BLM's Debbie Collins on the convoluted issue.
 

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BLM advisory meeting  Oct. 29  2012 in Salt Lake. Budget projections are discussed.
BLM advisory meeting, Oct. 29, 2012 in Salt Lake. Budget projections are discussed.
Monika Courtney
Courtney: A foal laying in hay instead of on the boiling ground.
Courtney: A foal laying in hay instead of on the boiling ground.
Monika Courtney
2012 expenditures are explained during a BLM advisory meeting  Oct. 29  2012 in Salt Lake City. UT.
2012 expenditures are explained during a BLM advisory meeting, Oct. 29, 2012 in Salt Lake City. UT.
Monika Courtney
Courtney: Shade/roof for hay  not for sweltering confined animals in open pens. Was there a workshop...
Courtney: Shade/roof for hay, not for sweltering confined animals in open pens. Was there a workshop for this roof?
Monika Courtney
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