Deer hunting season set to kick off near Aguanga and Anza

Deer hunting season set to kick off near Aguanga and Anza

It’s that time of year again. The crisp, frosty mornings, the promise of autumn storms and the scent of sage in the air mean the D-19 zone General Deer hunt is here, begin ing at dawn Saturday, Oct. 7, and ending at sunset, Nov. 5. Zone D-19 encompasses an enormous area, including portions of Riverside, San Diego and […]

Ryan Bundy beat by prison guards

Reports have been surfacing in the non-establishment press of a prison beating of Ryan Bundy by three guards charged with his care.  His wife Angie had to take to the radio to get attention to the beating. Apparently Ryan still had a bullet in his arm placed there on Jan. 26, eight months prior, by FBI agents […]

Rep. Cook Co-sponsors Hunting, Education and Recreational Development Act

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Rep. Paul Cook (R-Apple Valley) announced July 26 that he is co-sponsoring H.R. 5836, the Hunting, Education and Recreational Development (HEARD) Act. The HEARD Act establishes an orderly process for the sale, conveyance and exchange of federal lands not being utilized by public land management agencies that have been identified for disposal. […]

Wild horse adoption event coming to Temecula

Jacob Preal Anza Valley Outlook Intern The Bureau of Land Management will host a Wild Horse and Burro Adoption event May 21. Participants will be able to preview the mustangs and burros up for adoption at 8 a.m. and then those interested in adopting can compete in an oral bid at 10 a.m. Bids for […]

The Bundy standoff roundup, 19 arrested

April 12, 2016, marks the anniversary of the Bundy Standoff two years ago when the federal government intentionally slaughtered Bundy cattle and proceeded to roundup and remove another 300 to 400 free ranging on public land managed by the Bundy’s for generations—even before the Bureau of Land Management (1946) existed. This was all over the news […]