Cattle in Nevada

COMMENTARY: Tracy Stone-Manning would be bad for Nevada By Dan Newhouse and Crescent Hardy for Las Vegas Review Journal Nevada’s senators will soon face a critical vote on the confirmation of Tracy Stone-Manning as director of the Bureau of Land Management. Many may be asking: Who is Tracy Stone-Manning, and whyContinue Reading

Amy Joi O’Donoghue Deseret News Range wars: Tension mounts in the West over public lands grazing, wild horses and ranchers More than 70 animal advocacy and conservation groups are calling on the Biden administration to eliminate livestock grazing on any public lands where wild horse populations exist, ramping up theContinue Reading

Op-Ed by RANGE magazine writer, Hank Vogler                                                              Fumes From The Farm              Mark Twain said, ”The news of my death was greatly exaggerated”. The news that Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA) is giving up likewise appears to be greatly exaggerated, or at the very least an oxymoron. WhyContinue Reading

First published in the Millard County Chronicle-Progress. There have been significant recent developments in the renowned Bundy cases in Las Vegas which seem to have received little, if any, attention here in Millard County.  In addition to the Bundy cases’ general relevance throughout the West, Millard County has a directContinue Reading

  Reposted from the Las Vegas Review-Journal, by Jenny Wilson LAS VEGAS, NEVADA:  A federal judge declared a mistrial Monday in the first Bunkerville standoff case, which targeted six men accused of conspiring with rancher Cliven Bundy to derail a court-ordered cattle seizure in 2014. The mistrial — an anticlimacticContinue Reading

  Unlike the Oregon Standoff case, where the vast majority of defendants were released from pre-trial custody, in the Nevada case (which many consider to be an even weaker government case than Oregon), although only six defendants are in trial right now, well over a year later, with no trialContinue Reading

  Kieran Suckling, executive director of the Center for Biological Diversity, and environmental activist organization, leads Anti-Bundy protests in Las Vegas as the first Bunkerville trial begins. By JENNY WILSON  — Reposted from the Las Vegas Review-Journal Constitutional issues took center stage Monday when the first trial in the caseContinue Reading

We are literal days away from the trials of the political prisoners in the 2014 Bundy Ranch siege. With that said, reporter and talk show host Pete Santilli has called on Bureau of Land Management agents to out their fellow agents where misconduct took place and put not only theContinue Reading

  The Bundy Ranch Story — Part 1 — a Government Gone Rogue   The Bundy Ranch Story — Part 2 — Liberty’s Sacrifice   The Bundy Story — Part 3 — United?   MORE TO COME — will post as available For a Nutshell Wrap-up of the Oregon StandoffContinue Reading

The Nevada Press Association recognized journalistic excellence on September 24 during its annual convention in Mesquite and conveyed major awards upon RANGE magazine. RANGE received 13 awards: seven first places, three seconds, and two thirds. The first-place awards include the coveted Freedom of the Press Award, which makes the fourthContinue Reading