by Monica Courtney In this land of wide open spaces, lush forests and mystic canyon lands… war has begun. Where once peace and serenity were our inspiration to appreciate the sacred gifts who live in these lands… a battle of destruction has intruded, a merciless aircraft has caused a […]
The frustration mounts and the tension increases as each day the news is worse than the day before. Almost on a daily basis we hear of damaged wild horses dying during and/or after being chased through the Calico mountains by the BLM chartered Cattoor choppers.
by R.T. Fitch Sandra Elmore – Photo by Terry Fitch I first met Sandra Elmore just a few days after our first book hit the stands. Sandra was one of it’s first readers and we began to exchange emails while becoming friends. Sandra lives way out in Montana […]
By Jack Carone U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar’s ode to the “majestic” wild horse, and his description of how the federal government must manage its population in his Jan. 14 Times Op-Ed article, comes across to the average reader as a reasonable and sympathetic approach to the problems […]
HOUSTON (SFHH) – It’s not very often that out there amongst all the troubled waters of bad news a small blurb of good news and triumph bobs about and is visible to those who are searching for it. There was just such a little victory that rose to the surface, last week. Long awaited justice was served and a very, bad man was found guilty and would be held accountable to pay the price; that man is Jason Maduna.
Jason Meduna, the former Nebraska training ranch operator convicted on multiple felony animal cruelty counts involving the maltreatment of Bureau of Land Management (BLM) mustangs, will appear in Morrill County District Court on Feb. 23 for sentencing.
By MAUNETTE LOEKS BRIDGEPORT — A Morrill County District Court jury deliberated six hours before returning a guilty verdict in the case against Jason Meduna. Meduna was accused of 149 counts of animal abuse, a Class IV felony. The jury found him guilty of 145 counts. Seven initial […]