“There’s a Fork in the Trail” Denny C. Behrens "Distractions of racial and ethnic prejudice among those men didn’t exist. Freedom won the day because the Rough Riders had one goal, one dream: to defeat the enemy and win the…

Why San Juan County ranchers oppose another national monument in Bears Ears posted by Sutherland Institute Many ranchers living in the region of the Colorado Plateau depend on open range grazing to maintain their herds and family-run operations. Federal land grabs…

BLM considering trail plans for controversial Recapture Canyon Convicted commissioner calls proposals 'way past due'; agency calls them 'big milestone' By Dennis Romboy Deseret News BLANDING — The Bureau of Land Management is considering proposals for the future of the southeastern…

"Although the Constitution and specific federal statutes require ranchers be compensated for the value of their property interests when government officials cancel grazing permits in whole or in part (i.e. Federal Land Policy Management ActFLPMA, 1976), it is their range…