Category Archives: January 2018

The methane controversy: Is it all hot air?

Print this article“There continues to be this fallacy that natural gas is clean. But for affected communities there are a lot of impacts, of which methane is one.” — Mike Eisenfeld, energy and climate program manager, San Juan Citizens Alliance … Continue reading

Published in January 2018

Turmoil and turbulence: The big stories of 2017

Print this article2017 began in turmoil and ended the same way. When Donald Trump took the reins of leadership from Barack Obama, it inaugurated a year that would be marked by marches and sign-waving, executive orders, litigation, and furious, partisan … Continue reading

Published in January 2018

A green light for the AMBER alert: A system will be implemented at last on the Navajo Nation

Print this articleThe Navajo Nation is set to implement an AMBER Alert system that will cover the 27,000-square-mile reservation in Arizona, New Mexico and Utah, making it possible for authorities to send immediate notice across Navajo Country for missing persons, … Continue reading

Published in January 2018

Beau knows Louis L’Amour

Print this article“This book may drive you crazy.” So begins Beau L’Amour’s Introduction to Louis L’Amour’s Lost Treasures, Vol. 1, a 500-page compendium of his late father’s unfinished manuscripts, treatments, and notes. But in this, Beau misleads. Truer to have … Continue reading

Published in January 2018, Prose and Cons

Trump throws sportsmen under the bus

Print this articleBy David Lien During President Trump’s first year in office he promised to be a conservation president along the lines of America’s greatest hunter-conservationist, Theodore Roosevelt. Instead he — along with his Interior Secretary, Ryan Zinke — threw … Continue reading

Published in Guest Column, January 2018