Bottom of the Eighth in Beatty

The photos in this report by the Pahrump Valley Times tell the story of America’s wild horses and burros—cordoned off from resources so they can be enjoyed by privately owned livestock.

If the woman running a nonprofit to promote sporting activities in the community, including baseball, places her own animals on the ball field for weed control, would that qualify as a conflict of interest?

The town of Beatty is in the Bullfrog HMA, an area set aside for wild burros.

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