Category Archives: March 2015

Murder in canyon country: Eighty years ago, a sensational double homicide rocked the Four Corners

Print this articleEighty years ago, a sensational double homicide rocked the Four Corners Harry Goulding was a man who recognized opportunity when he saw it, and he saw it in the fall of 1921 when he first clapped eyes on … Continue reading

Published in March 2015

Dolores River NCA idea encounters turbulence: Montezuma County opposes the proposal, but others say it would protect water, values

Print this articleMontezuma County opposes the proposal, but others say it would protect water, values Worried about water and wary of anything involving the federal government, the Montezuma County commissioners and the San Juan Basin Farm Bureau have come out … Continue reading

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Collateral damage

Print this articleIt was called “collateral damage,” as though giving the random killing of human beings such a vaguely scientific name somehow took away its awful truth – that truth being our government was quite willing to take innocent Iraqi … Continue reading

Published in David Long, March 2015

There’s no place like… : Habitat for Humanity has three new houses in Cortez to provide to families

Print this articleHabitat for Humanity has three new houses in Cortez to provide to families Anyone who’s taken a Psych 101 course has probably been introduced to Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, usually illustrated as a pyramid, with the apex representing … Continue reading

Published in March 2015

Public-lands restrictions may affect wood-cutting

Print this articleThe Utah Diné Bikéyah proposal for public lands in eastern Utah will include recommendations for large chunks of wilderness both inside and outside of its proposed 1.9-million-acre Bears Ears National Conservation Area. But while those possible wilderness designations … Continue reading

Published in March 2015

Making their voices heard: As San Juan County, Utah, mulls public-lands management, a grassroots Navajo group weighs in with proposals of its own

Print this articleAs San Juan County, Utah, mulls public-lands management, a grassroots Navajo group weighs in with proposals of its own Faced with the possibility of new national monuments popping up in their state through presidential proclamation, Utah lawmakers have been … Continue reading

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