Tag Archives: Arkansas

Judge Blocks Waters of U.S. Rule

EPA-300A federal judge in North Dakota has blocked a new rule that would give the federal government jurisdiction over most state waters. U.S. District Judge Ralph Erickson of North Dakota issued a temporary injunction Thursday against the Obama administration rule. The rule gives the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Army Continue reading

Rainbow Trout Populations Making Comeback from Whirling Disease

rainbow troutAfter being devastated by whirling disease in the 1990s, rainbow trout populations are increasing in most major rivers in the state thanks to a 20-year effort by Colorado Parks and Wildlife Continue reading

Arkansas Man Busted in Wyoming for Drug Dealing

sweetwater-county-sheriff-3An Arkansas man is in custody in Sweetwater County, facing numerous drug charges as the result of a multi-agency investigation. A team of detectives and special agents from several law enforcement agencies executed a search warrant at a Green River motel Tuesday afternoon. Arrested was 32-year old Ronnie Lee Holliman. Continue reading

Rainbow Trout Making Recovery

colorado parksColorado wildlife managers say rainbow trout are finally recovering in most of the state’s major rivers after they were devastated in the 1990s by an ailment called whirling disease. Colorado Parks and Wildlife said yesterday a 15-year effort to crossbreed native trout with a disease-resistant strain from a hatchery in Germany has paid off. Continue reading

PAC Plans Ad Campaign for Gardner

gardnerA political machine is adding Colorado to the list of states where it will be advertising this fall. Crossroads GPS yesterday asked television stations in Colorado to set aside more than $6 million in air time to help Republican Senate contender Cory Gardner, starting in late September. The ad buy takes the totals from the Karl Rove-backed group and its PAC, American Continue reading