BLM Waiving Most Day Fees On MLK DayIn order to increase recreational access to public land, the Bureau of Land Management will waive recreation-related fees for visitors to public lands on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, January 15, 2018.
Public Hearings Held About Future Of BLM In Southern NevadaAt stake is where off-road vehicles, mining, drilling or renewable-energy sites will be allowed.
Conservation Areas Open But With Limited Thanksgiving HoursThe Visitor Center at RR Canyon will be open 8 a.m. to noon. The fee gates will close at noon. The Visitor Contact Station at Sloan Canyon will be open from 8 a.m. to noon.
BLM Asking Drivers To Watch Out For Wild Horses And BurrosIn the past, several wild horses and burros have been hit and killed, or sustained injuries leading to them having to be put down.
Defendants In Bunkerville Case Plead Guilty To Obstruction34 year old Eric J. Parker of Hailey, Idaho and 47 year old O. Scott Drexler, of Challis, Idaho, each pleaded guilty to one count of obstruction of court order, and each are facing the maximum statutory penalty of one year in prison and $100,000 fine.
Nevada Rangers Help With Hurricane Maria RecoveryRangers from the Ely District and the Carson City District, arrived in San Juan prior to Hurricane Maria, which blew ashore Wednesday morning as a Category 4 storm.
Judge Sends Vegas Water Pipeline Plan Back To FedsU.S. District Judge Andrew Gordon on Thursday ordered the federal Bureau of Land Management take another look at possible environmental effects of the Southern Nevada Water Authority project, and how they'd be mitigated.