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National News: February 24, 2014

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Written by Mark Garland
Sunday, 23 February 2014 21:17
News / National
Obama proposes change in paying to fight wildfires, New York Times at Salt Lake Tribune
Winning the pine beetle fight?, Rapid City Journal editorial
Battle for forests against pests wages on - Loss of hemlock trees in the mountains to nonnative pest could have significant effects, Asheville Citizen-Times

Forest Service ranger, ex-Arroyo Grande police officer face conspiracy charges - Ranger allegedly hired former officer to patrol private land using Forest Service vehicle, San Luis Obispo Tribune
Indicted for “All Lands, All Hands”, New Century of Forest Planning
Delayed but not derailed - Even as beetles ravage forest, the scale of Red McCombs' plans to build a mountaintop village at Wolf Creek hinge on land swap, Durango Herald
Morning photo: Treescapes, Summit County Voice
Last Updated ( Sunday, 23 February 2014 21:21 )

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