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  • A royal cover-up

    New Mexico's Meridian Oil Inc. has been shortchanging the government on royalties, according to a BLM investigation.

  • You can't cut them all

    The General Accounting Office finds that the Forest Service overestimates the number of trees it can cut from Northwest forests.

  • Life among the ruins

    A subdivision in southwestern Colorado allows buyers to build houses around Anasazi ruins.

  • R.S. 2477 detoured again

    Department of Interior delays deadline for resolving a dispute over R.S. 2477, which encourages road building on public lands.

  • One project seems like the same old BuRec

    Despite evidence it's a boondoggle, Southwestern Colorado's Animas-LaPlata is still slated for construction in order to meet treaty obligations to Ute Indian tribes.

  • Grand Canyon flood postponed

    A plan to let the Colorado River flood for one week through Grand Canyon is delayed, to the chagrin of environmentalists.

  • No more free lunch

    Muckleshoot Indian Tribe seeks to harvest troublesome sea lions.

  • Logging protesters say they won't give up

    Activists face arrest for protesting Cove-Mallard timber sale.

  • Trimming pork the green way

    The Green Scissors Report offers environmental suggestions for trimming federal budget.

  • Grass-roots strategy for salmon

    Save Our Wild Salmon coalition comes up with its own salmon recovery plan.

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