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Sacred Stones 12.4.2009 Durango Herald
SAN RAFAEL SWELL, Utah - f the thousands of Indian rock art panels in the Southwest, none are older than Barrier Canyon pictographs found throughout the San Rafael Swell.
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Editorial Cartoon 12.4.2009 Durango Herald
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Ex-marshal sues Colorado Springs, alleges anti-male bias 11.4.2009 Denver Post: Local
A former marshal with the Colorado Springs police department has filed a lawsuit against the city claiming he was discriminated against because he is a man. ...
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Letters to the Editor: Ideological bias on women 11.4.2009 Tucson Citizen
Mark Rx, M.D. licenses of women's rights foes • Don't blame Mexico violence on U.S. guns • Without public option, U.S. health care still ill • Act now to cover those w/little or no insurance • Take medical decisions away from companies • Sweep system for ones falling through cracks
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Feds Propose Change in Silvery Minnow Plan 11.4.2009 Albuquerque Journal: State News
Feds Propose Change in Silvery Minnow Plan
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Roan drilling lawsuit may be resolved soon 11.4.2009 Denver Post: Local
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar says there could be a resolution soon in a lawsuit over drilling on western Colorado's Roan Plateau. ...
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Obama taps Utah Mormon to lead Indian Affairs 11.4.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
President Barack Obama on Friday appointed Brigham Young University law professor Larry EchoHawk to lead the Bureau of Indian Affairs, making him the first high-profile Mormon and first Utahn to join the senior ranks of his administration.
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Now’s the Time to Tackle Forest Fire Fighting Costs 10.4.2009 NewWest.Net Wildland Fire
Now’s the Time to Tackle Forest Fire Fighting Costs
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Salazar: Roan Plateau lawsuit could soon see a settlement 10.4.2009 Durango Herald
ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK - Interior Secretary Ken Salazar says there could be a resolution soon in a lawsuit over drilling on western Colorado's Roan Plateau.
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Arizona DEQ to get $1.73 million from EPA 10.4.2009 Tucson Citizen
The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality is getting $1.73 million from the Environmental Protection Agency to install plug-in systems for semi-trucks along roadways, which will reduce pollution from idling trucks.
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Conservationists decry ranching impact on sage grouse populations 10.4.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
RENO, Nev. » Conservationists say federal rules that allow livestock grazing and oil and gas development across 25 million acres of public land in the West are illegal because they fail to acknowledge the harm being done to sage grouse.
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Arizona enivronmental regulators to get $1.73 million from EPA 10.4.2009 Tucson Citizen
The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality is getting $1.73 million from the Environmental Protection Agency to install plug-in systems for semitrailers along roadways, which will reduce pollution from idling trucks.
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Salazar: Roan Plateau suit may soon be settled in Colorado 10.4.2009 Vail Colorado: News
Environmental groups challenging plan to open more of Colorado's Roan Plateau to oil and gas development
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Ariz. DEQ to get $1.73 million from EPA 10.4.2009 azcentral.com | business
The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality is getting $1.73 million from the Environmental Protection Agency to install plug-in systems for semi-trucks along roadways, which will reduce pollution from idling trucks.
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Now’s the Time to Tackle Forest Fire Fighting Costs 10.4.2009 NewWest.Net Politics
As spring arrives, this year’s forest fire season will be upon us soon. The price of fighting forest fires has been increasing substantially, now accounting for close to half of the Forest Service’s budget and costing the taxpayer billions. Yet we have failed to address the root causes of these escalating expenses. The Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management often have to pay for fire fighting by raiding other programs. Congress has started to address this issue, and the House of Representatives recently passed the FLAME Act, which will create a separate account to fund fighting the most expensive wildland fires. If this passes the Senate and becomes law, biologists and recreation managers no longer may have to fear for their budgets when large ...
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Now's the Time to Tackle Forest Fire Fighting Costs 10.4.2009 NewWest.Net All Headlines
As spring arrives, this year's forest fire season will be upon us soon. The price of fighting forest fires has been increasing substantially, now accounting for close to half of the Forest Service's budget and costing the taxpayer billions. Yet we have failed to address the root causes of these escalating expenses. The Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management often have to pay for fire fighting by raiding other programs. Congress has started to address this issue, and the House of Representatives recently passed the FLAME Act, which will create a separate account to fund fighting the most expensive wildland fires. If this passes the Senate and becomes law, biologists and recreation managers no longer may have to fear for their budgets when large ...
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Colorado's Rocky Mountain National Park becomes a wilderness 10.4.2009 Vail Colorado: News
Rocky Mountain National Park and other Colorado sites protected
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Now’s the Time to Tackle Forest Fire Fighting Costs 10.4.2009 NewWest.Net Wildland Fire
As spring arrives, this year’s forest fire season will be upon us soon. The price of fighting forest fires has been increasing substantially, now accounting for close to half of the Forest Service’s budget and costing the taxpayer billions. Yet we have failed to address the root causes of these escalating expenses. The Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management often have to pay for fire fighting by raiding other programs. Congress has started to address this issue, and the House of Representatives recently passed the FLAME Act, which will create a separate account to fund fighting the most expensive wildland fires. If this passes the Senate and becomes law, biologists and recreation managers no longer may have to fear for their budgets when large ...
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Now’s the Time to Tackle Forest Fire Fighting Costs 10.4.2009 NewWest.Net Travel & Outdoors
As spring arrives, this year’s forest fire season will be upon us soon. The price of fighting forest fires has been increasing substantially, now accounting for close to half of the Forest Service’s budget and costing the taxpayer billions. Yet we have failed to address the root causes of these escalating expenses. The Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management often have to pay for fire fighting by raiding other programs. Congress has started to address this issue, and the House of Representatives recently passed the FLAME Act, which will create a separate account to fund fighting the most expensive wildland fires. If this passes the Senate and becomes law, biologists and recreation managers no longer may have to fear for their budgets when large ...
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Glassman, staff win award from EPA 9.4.2009 Tucson Citizen
Tucson officials won an award from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Region 9 office for their work on an ordinance requiring water harvesting at new commercial developments.
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