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Rancher Cliven Bundy wants to ask judge again to free him

Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy wants to ask a federal judge Thursday to release him from jail pending trial on charges stemming from an armed standoff against federal agents two years …


UPDATED: Mon., Nov. 2, 2015

Idaho cattle rancher killed in gunfire exchange with sheriff’s deputies

A cattle rancher was killed in a shootout with Adams County Sheriff’s deputies late Sunday following a vehicle collision between his bull and a station wagon on U.S. Highway 95 …


Ranchers face loss of livestock, livelihoods in Washington fires

DANVILLE, Wash. – The burned carcasses blend into the scorched landscape, just more black and ash among the haunting outline of trees. “There she is,” rancher Doug Grumbach says, pointing …


BLM releases rancher’s cattle amid states’-rights dispute

Federal land managers confirmed they released all 400 or so head of cattle rounded up on public land in southern Nevada from a rancher who has refused to recognize their …


WSU researchers work to create cattle vaccine

Researchers at Washington State University have begun work on a vaccine that could save the lives of millions of cattle around the world. The disease, known as East Coast fever, …


Ranchers worried about ruling on waste control

Bill Demers is a small-time rancher, grazing three cows on 65 acres of rolling pasture in south Spokane County. It’s a job the retired juvenile court officer relishes. Demers’ cows …


Groups write governor to protest killing wolves

Seven pro-wolf groups have asked Gov. Chris Gregoire and other state officials to end efforts to kill some of the wolves involved with cattle attacks in northern Stevens County. In …


Landers: TV show tackles contentious wolf hunting issue

Washington leaped this week to a contentious milestone in the early stages of its modern wolf management era. The state Fish and Wildlife Department has killed the first gray wolf …


Wildlife Services’ deadly force brings environmental problems

Like the prow of a ship, the Granite Mountains rise sharply from the creamy-white playa of the Black Rock Desert in Nevada. Here, in rugged terrain owned by the American …


Local producers see rise in exports to South Korea if pact OK’d

Dick Coon wants to expand his Eastern Washington cattle ranch in hopes that one day his son will come back to run the family operation. If a trade agreement with …


British Officials Offer To Destroy Millions Of Cows

Britain offered Monday to destroy 15,000 cows a week over six years to try to calm fears of mad cow disease. Other European nations said they would help pay for …


Cattle Killed In Truck Accident Driver Escapes Unhurt, Some Animals Found Wandering Scared

The driver of an overturned cattle truck herds cattle into the roadside brush after they were cut from the wreckage. Photo by Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review