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The Sagebrush Rebellion lives on with Bundy dispute

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By Thomas Burr, Salt Lake Tribune

Washington • The anger boiling over in the Nevada rancher dispute with federal authorities isn’t a newfound phenomenon. And it isn’t isolated.

Artist and Winery Join Forces to Raise Awareness and Funds for Wild Horses

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By Digital Journal

When artist Donna Bernstein painted Into the Light, an homage to the plight of America's wild horses and the efforts to save them, she had no idea that the painting would inspire a joint venture with Morse Wines - based in Fiddletown, CA - and Return to Freedom's American Wild Horse Sanctuary.

Advocacy groups file appeal in case challenging management of wild horses in Pryor Mountains

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By The Republic

BILLINGS, Montana — Wild horse advocacy groups are appealing a federal judge's ruling that denied their challenge to the government's management of the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range.

Horse advocates ‘want to bid’

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By Steve Brownie, Cody Enterprise

After 41 horses abandoned on public land were sold to a Canadian slaughterhouse, local horse lovers want a chance to bid on any future sales.

Bundy's 'ancestral rights' come under scrutiny

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ByBy Nathan Baca, KLAS

LAS VEGAS -- Federal authorities remain silent about their next plans to confront Cliven Bundy at his Bunkerville ranch.

Director of the Bureau of Land Management: Who Is Neil Kornze?

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By Steve Straehley, All Gov

Elko, Nevada, native Neil Kornze was nominated on November 8, 2013, to lead the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) in the Department of the Interior, the office responsible for managing the nation’s public lands, mostly located in Western states. Kornze’s nomination was approved by the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee on January 16, 2014.

Cory Farley: It's the time to speak to Bundy plainly

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By Cory Farley, Reno Gazette Journal

ll of us, at some point, must have mused, "If I were president, I'd (insert thing the president hasn't done, and about which we probably have incomplete understanding)":

The BLM should not be in charge of wild horses

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By The Billings Gazette

Concerning the the Bighorn Basin horses bound for slaughter in Canada, there seems to be a misconception that the 37 horses purchased by Bovary Exports have already been slaughtered.

This land is our land

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By Reno News & Review

Some lessons in futility can be learned from that little made-for-TV standoff between Cliven Bundy and the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, but its current resolution cannot and should not stand.

Kaimanawa horses destined for slaughter

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By Voxi

120 lives will be lost if good home can’t be found for Kaimanawa horses from this year’s Department of Conservation muster. 180 Kaimanawa horses are to be removed in the muster and the Kaimanawa Heritage Horses Welfare Society is seeking suitable homes as an alternative to the horses going to slaughter.

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