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Christmas tree growers narrowly approve checkoff
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Christmas tree growers narrowly approve checkoff
Though the Christmas tree checkoff was approved by a narrow margin of farmers, the USDA plans to hold another referendum next year.

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Crews gaining on huge Nevada wildfire visible from space
The National Interagency Fire Center said Tuesday it was the largest wild land fire burning in the United States.
Militia leader who tried to bomb federal cabin released
William Keebler appeared on authorities’ radar after spending time with Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy during his armed 2014 standoff over grazing fees.
Illegal fires ignite massive Colorado blazes, spur arrests
A national forest in Colorado fully closed last month for the first time in 16 years to prevent new wildfires.
Crews battling fast-growing northern Nevada wildfire
Crews are battling a fast-growing wildfire fed by dry grasses, high winds and heat in a remote part of northern Nevada
California fire kills 1 as heat stokes blazes in Western US
Recent wildfires have forced thousands of people to evacuate and destroyed hundreds of homes across the West.
Report: Tariffs threaten $107M in Nevada exports
A U.S. Chamber of Commerce analysis shows about $107 million in Nevada exports are subject to retaliatory tariffs threatened by an emerging trade war