Nevada

Nevada Dept of Ag reminds public to report Mormon crickets

· June 21, 2018

Mormon crickets are back in the Pacific Northwest. The Nevada Department of Agriculture has issued a reminder to Nevadans to report Mormon cricket infestations as one southwest Idaho town has become infested. “Mormon cricket populations have been steadily increasing over the last few years, and our partnership with the USDA Plant Protection and Quarantine program […]

Nevada authorities ask for help after 200+ cows missing

· May 21, 2018

The Nevada Department of Agriculture and the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in finding more than 200 cows missing from two area ranches. The Ninety-Six ranch reported 50 cow-calf pairs missing from a field adjacent to Shelton Lane in Paradise Valley. The cows are Hereford and Black Angus crosses with […]

Nevada Department of Ag warns public to leave calves alone

· March 23, 2018

The Nevada Department of Agriculture (NDA) has issued a reminder to Nevadans to let lone calves be. The NDA said when passersby see calves alone near roadways, the animals are often mistaken as abandoned and people unfamiliar with cattle ranching may not know that cows leave their calves alone while they graze. “Calf theft is […]

Standoff rancher’s son to run for Nevada governor

· March 9, 2018

The son of a controversial Nevada rancher has announced he’s running for governor in 2018. Ryan Bundy, son of Cliven Bundy, told the The Nevada Independent  Thursday that he plans to file to run for governor as an independent on March 14. Ryan and Cliven rose to national fame after their 2014 standoff with law […]

Judge dismisses standoff case against Cliven Bundy

· January 9, 2018

A judge has dismissed the case against Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, his sons, and another co-defendant in their 2014 standoff with federal agents. U.S. District Judge Gloria Navarro threw out the felony conspiracy and weapons charges Monday citing “flagrant misconduct” by prosecutors and FBI. Navarro said “the government’s conduct in this case was indeed outrageous. […]

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