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BURNS, Ore. -- They used to call it Bundyville, a dot of the arid Wild West where in 1916, a Mormon pioneer named Abraham Bundy staked out a homestead in a sea of northern Arizona sagebrush. Settlers caught rainwater in tanks and grazed their livestock across public land that had yet to be ... Oregon
He settled what would become Bundyville, home to a one-room schoolhouse and a scattering of homesteads in a harsh stretch of desert. Ultimately, the small town Abraham Bundy founded would be abandoned, after the Bundy family could not secure water and grazing rights from the federal government. militia Mormon

Many of the others seem to be more clearly politically motivated attempts at assassination: In 2013 a Cochise County, Arizona, man was convicted of two counts of attempted murder, after firing at two BLM agents near his house in Happy ..... "We may have lost the battle of Bundyville, but we will win the war. Oath Keepers
So for me, even though it is about 35 more miles, traveling due South on River Road in St. George into Arizona to Bundyville, take a left and go up and over Mt. Trumbull, and take a right until you get there, is the most direct, and easiest-to-follow route. But that would be too easy for this adventurous family.
It's apparently true that a Bundy was grazing cattle on what is now federal land in Nevada before Nevada was Nevada, but county property records indicated that the family only moved from the Arizona town of Bundyville (you can't make this stuff up) to Bunkerville (!), Nev., in 1948. That's a mere 78 ... Cliven Bundy
Cliven Bundy is the Nevada cattle rancher who for more than two decades has refused to pay grazing fees to the federal Bureau of Land Management, claiming that he should be exempt because (a) he does not recognize the existence of the Federal government in Nevada and (b) he has ancient ... rights
Thunderstorms over the Bundyville schoolhouse on the Arizona Strip, Mount Trumbull, Arizona, July 22, 2013 St. George, Utah
She grew up in the shadow of the cliffs at Bundyville, down on the Arizona Strip…… "Well I can tell you for sure I wouldn't trade my childhood for anything," Wood said. "I've never been unhappy about growing up there and it's still home." The Hurricane is one of several parallel faults which collectively ...
Ammon Bundy predicted that he and his brothers and father would spend the rest of their lives in prison. “My dad is 70 years old. It's a death sentence to him,” he said from a cell in Nevada two years ago, awaiting trial on charges of leading an armed uprising against the federal government. “As much as I ...
Advocates are pressing the Federal Communications Commission to quickly propose strong Internet privacy rules, one of the unfinished parts of last year's net neutrality order. The agency is expected to release a proposal any month now. It'll come after nearly a year of meetings with stakeholders about the ...
BURNS, Ore. — They used to call it Bundyville, a dot of the arid Wild West where in 1916, a Mormon pioneer named Abraham Bundy staked out a homestead in a sea of northern Arizona sagebrush. Settlers caught rainwater in tanks and grazed their livestock across public land that had yet to be brought ...
He settled what would become Bundyville, home to a one-room schoolhouse and a scattering of homesteads in a harsh stretch of desert. Ultimately, the small town Abraham Bundy founded would be abandoned, after the Bundy family could not secure water and grazing rights from the federal government.
So for me, even though it is about 35 more miles, traveling due South on River Road in St. George into Arizona to Bundyville, take a left and go up and over Mt. Trumbull, and take a right until you get there, is the most direct, and easiest-to-follow route. But that would be too easy for this adventurous family.
It's apparently true that a Bundy was grazing cattle on what is now federal land in Nevada before Nevada was Nevada, but county property records indicated that the family only moved from the Arizona town of Bundyville (you can't make this stuff up) to Bunkerville (!), Nev., in 1948. That's a mere 78 years' ...
Clark County property records show Cliven Bundy's parents moved from Bundyville, Arizona and bought the 160 acre ranch in 1948 from Raoul and Ruth Leavitt. Water rights were transferred too, but only to the ranch, not the federally managed land surrounding it. Court records show Bundy family cattle ...

Thunderstorms over the Bundyville schoolhouse on the Arizona Strip, Mount Trumbull, Arizona, July 22, 2013 | Photo by Dave Amodt, St. George News ... Late-afternoon thunderstorms building on the Arizona Strip, St. George, Utah, June 23, 2013 | Photo by Annettie Cannavale for St. George News.
The offset – or “dislocation” as Dutton called it -- varies from a couple hundred feet in Arizona to a couple thousand feet or more in Utah. Travelers on I-15 between Saint George and Cedar City drive alongside these sheer, rainbow-colored cliffs which border the Kolob District of Zion and chisel the face of ...
The CIA and FBI are looking for the person responsible for leaking top-secret material detailing CIA tools for surveilling smartphones and other ...
Behind the Western land war: How the fringe ideology of anti-government cranks is EnlargeAmmon Bundy arrives for a news conference at ...
... agents and Bundy family members to travel from Arizona, Idaho and Montana to the Bundy ranch to protest government heavy-handedness.
Advocates are pressing the Federal Communications Commission to quickly propose strong Internet privacy rules, one of the unfinished parts ...
They used to call it Bundyville, a dot of the arid Wild West where in 1916, ... staked out a homestead in a sea of northern Arizona sagebrush.
He settled what would become Bundyville, home to a one-room schoolhouse and a scattering of homesteads in a harsh stretch of desert.
So for me, even though it is about 35 more miles, traveling due South on River Road in St. George into Arizona to Bundyville, take a left and go ...
1 guest, some Arizona legislators and a congressman went to Bundyville and had their pictures taken with the crotchety old turdball.
... records indicated that the family only moved from the Arizona town of Bundyville (you can't make this stuff up) to Bunkerville (!), Nev., in 1948.
Clark County property records show Cliven Bundy's parents moved from Bundyville, Arizona and bought the 160 acre ranch in 1948 from Raoul ...
Thunderstorms over the Bundyville schoolhouse on the Arizona Strip, Mount Trumbull, Arizona, July 22, 2013 | Photo by Dave Amodt, ...
The offset – or “dislocation” as Dutton called it -- varies from a couple hundred feet in Arizona to a couple thousand feet or more in Utah.
PAYSON, Ariz. -- Underneath the tulle swags and twinkle lights that decorate the backroom of Tiny's Family Restaurant here, former Arizona state Sen. Kelli Ward made the pitch for her long-shot bid to unseat Sen. John McCain in the state's Republican ...
There have been many changes since the death of our beloved Mr. Schwab. Support this effort- don't try to compare it to Bundyville. ... to work together and have saved many lives and homes by working together. This is Crook County, not Navada or Arizona.
Clark County property records show Cliven Bundy's parents moved from Bundyville, Arizona and bought the 160 acre ranch in 1948 from Raoul and Ruth Leavitt.
Time for We the People to March on Bundyville, i.e. the Malheur Wildlife Refuge written by Steven D: "It's clear that neither the Federal government, nor the state and local authorities plan to do anything to remove the armed and dangerous criminals ...
There have been many changes since the death of our beloved Mr. Schwab. Support this effort- don't try to compare it to Bundyville. ... to work together and have saved many lives and homes by working together. This is Crook County, not Navada or Arizona.
Time for We the People to March on Bundyville, i.e. the Malheur Wildlife Refuge written by Steven D: "It's clear that neither the Federal government, nor the state and local authorities plan to do anything to remove the armed and dangerous criminals ...
They used to call it Bundyville, a dot of the arid Wild West where in 1916, a Mormon pioneer named Abraham Bundy staked out a homestead in a sea of northern Arizona sagebrush. Settlers caught rainwater in tanks and grazed their livestock across public ...


 

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