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BLM privatizes some federal land

April 14, 1986

Despite pleadings to the contrary by federal appraisers, the Nevada district director for the Bureau of Land Management and his superiors in Washington, D.C., have approved a controversial sale of public land.

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BLM privatizes some federal land
Despite pleadings to the contrary by federal appraisers, the Nevada district director for the Bureau of Land Management and his superiors in Washington, D.C., have approved a controversial sale of public land.

Essays

Reserve your condo now at the Stapleton Airport
An enterprising reporter has uncovered the secret of low air fares out of Stapleton Airport. Airlines are indeed losing money on each ticket sold. But they are simultaneously raking in enormous commissions from parking lots, news stands, food dispensers and bars.

News

The West seesaws on slowing growth
It's difficult to find a Western city where the fight between developers and controlled growth advocates is not a central issue in local politics.