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A Dead Bill of Rights? (Summer 2016)
Bundy Scares the Feds (Summer 2016)

The Professionals (Summer 2016)

The Grass March (Summer 2015)
Onslaught at Gold Butte (Fall 2014)
Enemies of the State (Spring 2013)

Government Tyranny (Summer 2014)
The United EPA of America (Summer 2014)

Looking for Madison (Fall 2015)
Eye of the Storm (Winter 2013)
Our Federal Landlord (Winter 2012)
Spindled and Mutilated (Spring 2016)


Enemies of the State

The Hammonds, multigenerational Oregon ranchers,
are fighting the federal government for their freedom
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Check the facts:
Enemies of the State (Spring 2013)
Government Tyranny (Summer 2014)
Up Front: Looking for Madison (Fall 2015)
Dwight, Steve and Susie (Spring 2016)
Up Front: Spindled and mutilated (Spring 2016)
Buckaroo Stew (Fall 2016)

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RANGE WINS

Major journalism awards 2017!
More Will Rogers Gold Medallions, 2017!

A fourth Freedom of the Press Award!

Will Rogers Medallion Awards 2016!
More NPA Wins!



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Wildfires
Separating demagoguery from the science.
By Jim Steele


PHOTO © TOM STACK/TOM STACK & ASSOCIATES

Heartland Patriot
Beth Ann and the Common Sense Coalition
Radio Network. By Alan Hart

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PHOTO © ALAN HART

 

A Soldier's Pledge
Inaugural address, 1981.
By President Ronald Reagan

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PHOTO © CARCARECOLORADO.COM

The Pioneer Photography
of Julia E. Tuell
Life on the reservation. By Brian D'Ambrosio

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PHOTO © BLAINE COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY

 

 

Dancing on the Dark Side
Park Service two-step at Point Reyes National Seashore.
By Carolyn Dufurrena

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PHOTO © CAROLYN DUFURRENA

Outback Roundup
More winners from RANGE's photo contest.
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PHOTO © JIM CUNNINGHAM
 

Conservation Fiasco
The truth about polar bears.
By Susan J. Crockford, Ph.D. & Valerius Geist, Ph.D.

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PHOTO © ANDY MURCH/TOM STACK & ASSOCIATES

Observing the World from the Oblique
A learnable and perishable skill.
By Barry Perryman, Ph.D.

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PHOTO VIA INTERNET

First in Time, First in Right
David and Goliath: Fighting for state sovereignty in Idaho.
By Judy Boyle

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PHOTO © IDAHO FARM BUREAU

Up Front
Prancing horses.
By C.J. Hadley

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PHOTO VIA INTERNET

Letters
Opinion from America's outback.

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PHOTO VIA THE INTERNET

Good Friends Are Priceless
But for a limited time, they're 2 for $20!

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PHOTO © TODD KLASSY

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Dancing on the Dark Side
Park Service two-step at Point Reyes National Seashore.
By Carolyn Dufurrena
(Winter 2018)

Treasured State
After 17 long years, Greens still lust for Montana's Antiquities gold. (Fall 2017)

Hope!
Needed reform could be coming to the EPA.
By Michael S. Coffman, Ph.D. (Summer 2017)

Patriots vs. Politicians
Who now will pledge life, fortune and sacred honor?
By Tom DeWeese
(Summer 2017)

Eco-Profits
Whose money harms the environment?
By Dan Dagget
(Spring 2017)

Power Down
The mounting failures and costs of Green energy.
By Michael S. Coffman
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Death of a Thousand Cuts
A new kind of ranching in northeastern Washington.
By Chance Gowan
(Spring 2017)

Rachel Carson Revisited
Suicide of the West: From Silent Spring to Zika.
By Alston Chase (Winter 2017)

Powerful Forces
More than a century of Eastern control of the West's
natural resources.
By
Michael S. Coffman, Ph.D. (Fall 2016)

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