The late Supreme Court justice wanted a Hot Springs County rancher’s suit over alleged government harassment to go to trial. She lost, but penned a dissent that bears a review.
Despite an uneasy truce between environmentalists and ranchers, the fight over land use, water pollution and wildlife habitat remains as volatile as ever.
The Rolling Thunder Ranch is one of five ranches where recent conservation easements protect wildlife habitat.
Here comes New Neighbor, who hired a surveyor to prove that the front third of our parking lot and the back third of the two outhouses are on his land. Those conclusions are an interesting mix of good and bad news. I would think, in the universe of facts supporting claims for adverse possession, that using another’s land for human waste disposal for 40 years is about as hostile and adverse a use as anyone could imagine.