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Latest U.S. Bureau Items
Environmentalists and mountain bikers have reached agreement on a proposal for protecting the Boulder-White Clouds as a national monument.
The Nevada Cattlemen's Association urged its members to deny state Department of Wildlife employees access to private land to protest the agency's proposals on protecting sage grouse.
Diminished domestic demand has produced a virtual moratorium on federal coal sales in Wyoming's Powder River Basin, home to the 10 top-producing coal mines in the country.
Another timber industry lawsuit is demanding that the U.S. Bureau of Land Management increase logging on the so-called O&C lands of Western Oregon.
A Mississippi man convicted in the death of a Dutch cyclist has died in a federal prison hospital in North Carolina.
NV Energy workers have spent the past three years digging up Joshua trees, yucca plants and cactuses that were growing under the 135-mile final section of the power transmission line joining Northern and Southern Nevada.
One of Wyoming's oldest and most outspoken environmental groups, the Biodiversity Conservation Alliance, is disbanding amid financial difficulties.
Once a mighty labor union town, Muncie now has more police officers and office workers in organized labor than welders and auto workers.
Officials are seeking to have a former landfill east of Farmington removed from the federal government's list of toxic waste sites.