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The Bundy Stand-Off Revisited — A Year Later

This weekend marks the one-year anniversary of the Bundy Stand-off.  Before republishing our original piece about the Stand-off, below, we’re going to make some quick observations about what has happened…

Emergency Wild Horse Round-up

  The Bureau of Land Management has announced it will conduct an emergency roundup of wild horses causing public safety concerns along State Route 21 (running from Milford to Garrison)…

Letter to the Editor — Regarding Transfer of Public Lands — by William Smith, Professional Engineer

Greetings, I downloaded and began reading the report entitled “An Analysis of A Transfer of Federal Lands to the State of Utah“, dated November 2014. As a consulting Professional Civil…

The Romance and Reality of Federal Lands — by Trent England

  This is the second in a five-part series about federal lands by Trent England of the Oklahoma Council for Public Affairs – www.OCPAThink.org. Before Horace Greeley and Lewis and…

Public Lands Christmas Reality Check — Opinion/Editorial — by Ken Ivory

December 24, 2014 This morning, as I worked on the last minute preparations for Christmas and the upcoming new year, I felt a little sad. Not that it had anything…

Wyoming Files Suit to Force BLM to Manage Wild Horses

Wyoming is the latest to join a growing list of outspoken voices who say wild horses are out of control, and the BLM is failing in its responsibility to manage…

State Economic Study Regarding Transfer of Public Lands is Now Available

This week, the State of Utah has released its economic study regarding the proposed transfer of public lands. This is just in from the American Lands Council: For years, opponents…

BLM Becoming Increasingly Hostile Under Obama Administration — by John Carpenter

The following letter to Nevada Congressman Mark Amodei was recently published in the Elko Daily Free Press, documenting increasing hostility and problems working with the BLM under the Obama Administration….

Elko County Commissioner Grant Gerber Dies from Injuries Sustained on Cowboy Express Grass March

The Pahvant Post has closely followed the Grass March Cowboy Express, and has posted at least four articles on that subject.  In the last article we reported that Commissioner Grant…

GRASS MARCH / COWBOY EXPRESS ARRIVES IN WASHINGTON, D.C.

  As reported in an article originally published in the Elko Daily Free Press, the Cowboy Express/Grass March has made its most important stop on its coast-to-coast journey via horseback….