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Vandals Destroy Petroglyph Panels; Reward Offered for Information

Vandals Destroy Petroglyph Panels; Reward Offered for InformationReward money is being offered to help find the vandals who damaged or destroyed irreplaceable Native American petroglyph panels at a major rock art site on the Volcanic Tableland north of Bishop, California.

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Bishop Field Office and the Bishop Paiute Tribe are offering $2,000 in reward money, $1,000 each, for information leading to the arrest/conviction of the responsible individuals.
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New National Landmarks in the West Selected by Interior Secretary

New National Landmarks in the West Selected by Interior Secretary Following a goal to preserve America's history, cultural and natural heritage, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar has designated 13 sites in the West as national historic landmarks and one additional site as a national natural landmark.

The 14 loca...
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Colorado’s Chimney Rock Named National Monument By President Obama

Colorado’s Chimney Rock Named National Monument By President Obama

Chimney Rock, one of the West's great historical settings and natural wonders, has been proclaimed a national monument by President Barack Obama.

Located in the San Juan National Forest in southwestern Colorado, Chimney Rock offers a spectacular lands...

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Tips to Limit Flood, Storm Damage to Family Heirlooms

Tips to Limit Flood, Storm Damage to Family Heirlooms Tropical storms and other flood events such as rivers overflowing their banks are often termed disasters because of injuries, fatalities and the destruction of homes and businesses. Part of the disaster is the loss of family culture or heirlooms.

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Historic Grand Canyon Depot Marks 100 Years of Welcoming Visitors

Historic Grand Canyon Depot Marks 100 Years of Welcoming Visitors The Grand Canyon Depot turns 100 in 2010, marking a century of welcoming millions of visitors to Grand Canyon National Park.

The modest-looking two-and-a-half story log structure that is the Grand Canyon Depot has served as the point of entry for park...
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