A Nebraska man was sentenced Thursday to 18 months in prison for online threats he made against Colorado’s top elections official.
On the Colorado River, growing concern for trout and chub
To guide fishing trips for a year or two, that’s what brought Terry Gunn to the red canyons of northern Arizona. The chance to hike, raft and fly fish drew Wendy Hanvold, a retired ski bum, who took a job there waiting tables at an anglers lodge.
South Dakota Settles Voting Rights Lawsuit With Oglala Sioux And Rosebud Sioux Tribes
The South Dakota Secretary of State’ Office will create a voting rights coordinator position and train state agencies on how to comply with federal voting rights laws as part of a settlement with the Oglala and Rosebud Sioux Tribes.
Brady votes to send abortion ban to November ballot
On Wednesday, August 24, the Village Board of Brady voted to pass a resolution sending an ordinance to the November ballot that would make performing an abortion or aiding and abetting an abortion illegal within the jurisdiction of the Village of Brady.