No one asked me but...… The excitement over the treatment of Cliven Bundy has apparently clouded over a bigger issue. By the decree of a single federal bureaucrat, Gayle-Marrs Smith, BLM Field Manager,
I just had to say ‘thank you’ Moapa Valley for such a wonderful experience at the Clark County Fair last week! As an outsider, snowbird for the past seven years, I’ve parked at the Fairgrounds with my horse & made new friends each winter.
To the Director of the Valley of Fire State Park: On Friday, I-15 traffic was all but at a standstill and we made a decision to go through Valley of Fire to get home to Logandale.
It is still unclear what benefit U.S. taxpayers have derived from the federal cattle roundup operation that has gone on in our backyard over the past couple of weeks.
No one asked me but...… Last week I stated that federal courts ignored state law when they ruled against rancher Cliven Bundy and found in favor of the federal government. What I think in this matter really doesn’t mean much.
I can stand in my yard and see the hills and mesas for miles. (No trees to get in the way). The mornings are filled with the cooing and cawing of the doves.
On a recent trip to the Gold Butte area with some of my family I was shocked and surprised when we came upon a warning sign informing us if we passed this point we could be fined up to $100,000.
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management was set to spend a million dollars to eliminate one man from the land his family has ranched since 1878. The BLM restricted the American public’s prying eyes from the entire Gold Butte
Are we safe to walk the streets of Overton? I am a 76 year old lady who rides these streets in a medical mobile scooter.
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