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Authorities are investigating possible vandalism and arson that heavily damaged a federal Bureau of Land Management office in Gunnison. BLM spokeswoman Shannon Borders said Thursday the office houses environmental assessment specialists, inspectors,
About 60 miles north of Reno, my phone made a combination of sounds that Id never heard before. The message on the screen informed me that I was roaming internationally and I needed to inform the phone of what time zone I was in...In the Black Rock
The action is drawing criticism from dozens of citizen, conservation and other organizations who see it as an effort to sidestep a Colorado court ruling requiring nominators' names to be made public before leasing occurs. This confounding decision
A group of Maidu Indians has succeeded in its quest to be named the official owner of Humbug Valley, a 2,325-acre area in Plumas County that is the last remnant of their once vast homeland still in relatively pristine condition. The Pacific Forest
The Salt Lake Tribune First Published 1 hour ago Updated 32 minutes ago The BLM's Utah office raked in $3.4 million Tuesday at an oil and gas auction where leases were offered on 35 parcels covering 44,000 acres in Carbon, Emery and Uintah counties.
The committee provides recommendations on recreation fees for federal lands...Alternates may also be chosen, who would serve if a vacancy occurs on the committee. Five people are sought to represent non-motorized winter recreation such as snowshoeing,
Neil Kornze, a Nevadan raised in Elko, was nominated by President Barack Obama on Thursday to become director of the Bureau of Land Management. Kornze, 35, has been with the BLM since January 2011, and most recently was principal deputy director.
The Salt Lake Tribune First Published 2 hours ago Updated 9 minutes ago Champions of wilderness and historic preservation on Monday were hailing a Utah federal court ruling that invalidates parts of a BLM management plan that authorized a 4,277-mile "
Federal officials have launched an investigation after a set of names were found carved into a national monument in Montana where explorer William Clark signed his moniker more than 200 years ago. The new marking on Pompeys Pillar National Monument
Mont. (AP) Federal officials have apprehended a person they believe carved a set of names into a national monument in Montana where explorer William Clark signed his moniker more than 200 years ago. The new marking on Pompeys Pillar National Monument