Forest Preservation. Legal news and articles for July 29 - 31, 2015

Hunter-Conservationist or… Jekyll and Hyde?A Question of Historic Preservation in Valley VillageApplications for Deadwood Fund grant due Oct. 1Obtaining government officials' business emails should be easierZimbabwe: American lion killer's extradition being soughtArchaeological site in southern Utah re-buried by researchersAncient pictographs near Helena irreparably vandalizedPlight of the Panther: What Happens When Preserving a Species Makes It Unpopular?Early colonial leaders found at Jamestown church, where Pocahontas was marriedGallery: Cecil the Lion rememberedVirginia has legal, moral legs to stand on in removing battle flag from platesHeritage Preservation Association threatens lawsuit if Danville removes ...Confederate flag must stay on Danville building, Heritage Preservation...Heritage Preservation Association threatens lawsuit'An opportunity to save lives': Alamance legislators shepherd law at father's ...

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Baltimore to review status of Confederate monuments
MyFox Washington DCJuly 1, 2015

These mugshots were provided to us by law enforcement based on recent arrests and charges. All defendants are presumed innocent. Here are the latest additions to the FOX 5 mugshot photo gallery. These mugshots were ... Rawlings-Blake says the panel ...more »

Protecting dementia sufferers from scammers gains ground in U.S
PhillyVoice.comJuly 1, 2015

Philip Marshall, Anthony's son and Astor's grandson, told Reuters that laws like the ones being passed in Missouri could have helped protect his grandmother. The younger Marshall, a professor of historic preservation at Roger Williams University in ...more »

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Hunter-Conservationist or… Jekyll and Hyde?
TIMEJuly 31, 2015

The “Roosevelt Natural History Museum” that he founded in his bedroom was crammed with over 1,000 specimens. But in 1885, at the age of 25, he set out on one of the ... (Cranworth was my uncle's father-in-law, and told me the details.) But throughout ...more »

A Question of Historic Preservation in Valley Village
KCETJuly 31, 2015

One of the houses, at 5258 Hermitage, is a home Marilyn Monroe occupied in the 1940s with her mother-in-law. Residents on the block are ... This week L.A. Letters shares the story of this fight for historic preservation in Valley Village. Jennifer Getz ...more »

Applications for Deadwood Fund grant due Oct. 1
Sioux Falls Argus LeaderJuly 31, 2015

Funding for the program is from Deadwood gaming revenue earmarked by state law for historic preservation projects throughout the state and distributed by the State Historical Society. The first round of 2016 applications will be due Feb. 1, 2016.more »

Obtaining government officials' business emails should be easier
Poynter.orgJuly 31, 2015

Clinton is not alone in using a personal email address for public business: in a survey of 412 high-level government employees conducted by Atlantic Media's Government Executive Media Group, one-third of the employees admitted they use their private ...more »

Zimbabwe: American lion killer's extradition being sought
Sacramento BeeJuly 31, 2015

On Tuesday, American hunter Walter James Palmer issued a statement saying he relied on his guides to ensure the hunt was legal. Two Zimbabweans – a professional hunter and a farm owner – have been arrested in the killing of the lion known as Cecil, ...more »

Archaeological site in southern Utah re-buried by researchers
fox13now.comJuly 31, 2015

The lot will be sold to the non-profit conservation group Archaeological Conservancy. “We're constantly on the lookout for preservation,” said the group's southwest regional representative. “Sites on private property are not protected by any ...more »

Ancient pictographs near Helena irreparably vandalized
Helena Independent RecordJuly 30, 2015

The sites are protected under federal law, both under the Archaeological Resources Protection Act and also the National Historic Preservation Act. Defacing a site could lead to felony charges, Bodily said. “Most people are very respectful, but it's ...more »

Plight of the Panther: What Happens When Preserving a Species Makes It Unpopular?
Pacific StandardJuly 30, 2015

The panther is hardly the only animal that has battled its way back from the brink of extinction, thanks to preservation efforts, only to find itself not entirely welcome in its former home. In the West, gray wolves, protected by law and re-introduced ...more »

Early colonial leaders found at Jamestown church, where Pocahontas was married
Christian Science MonitorJuly 30, 2015

But his parents in England had been “recusants,” Catholics who refused to attend the Protestant Anglican Church, as required by law after the Reformation. Some researchers have wondered if Archer was a secret Catholic, but others say that the items may ...more »

Gallery: Cecil the Lion remembered
Miami HeraldJuly 30, 2015

Artist Mark Balma paints a huge mural of Cecil in Dr. Walter Palmer's parking lot on July 29, 2015 at River Bluff Dental in Bloomington, Minn. Bala went to school in the Twin Cities and was visiting friends when he decided to come down for a "silent ...more »

Virginia has legal, moral legs to stand on in removing battle flag from plates
The Virginian-PilotJuly 30, 2015

Virginia has legal, moral legs to stand on in removing battle flag from plates ... No amount of revisionist history on the Civil War should obscure that the South committed treason and fought desperately to maintain control over a race of people ...more »

Heritage Preservation Association threatens lawsuit if Danville removes ...
Richmond Times-DispatchJuly 30, 2015

... Deputy City Manager Ken Larking said the city is checking ownership of that particular strip of property and if it does belong to the city the flags would have to come down — at least temporarily, until arrangements were made to make flying those ...more »

Confederate flag must stay on Danville building, Heritage Preservation...
Roanoke TimesJuly 30, 2015

He also said any new ordinance that is passed should allow the Confederate flag at the Sutherlin Mansion, respect the city's written agreement with the association and observe a state law Taylor said forbids removal or alteration to war memorials. Byrd ...more »

Heritage Preservation Association threatens lawsuit
GoDanRiver.comJuly 29, 2015

... Deputy City Manager Ken Larking said the city is checking ownership of that particular strip of property and if it does belong to the city the flags would have to come down — at least temporarily, until arrangements were made to make flying those ...more »

'An opportunity to save lives': Alamance legislators shepherd law at father's ...
Burlington Times NewsJuly 29, 2015

He was busy researching and studying Southern and mountain culture for preservation and heritage. Then, on June 1, 2014, Lindley died suddenly at his Boone residence. Just months before, he'd been diagnosed with epilepsy. It's now thought that Lindley ...more »

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