Jeff Ruch

In a Sunday, July 16, 2017 photo, Justin Cawiezel, chief ranger at the Scotts Bluff National Monument, listens to questions from students in Afghanistan while Park Ranger Lesley Gaunt, lead interpreter, makes sure students and Cawiezel can see and hear each other. Park Superintendent Dan Morford, lead interpreter Lesley Gaunt and Chief Ranger Justin Cawiezel were at the Scotts Bluff National Monument on Sunday to give more than 60 Afghan students a virtual tour through an iPad. (Irene North/The Star-Herald via AP)

Employee group concerned about cuts to Park Service training

How often have you heard the complaint that the first thing cut when budgets aren’t right is training? At the National Park Service, that seems to be the case.

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Jeff Ruch: Thousands of public comments on OMB’s proposed regulation cuts go missing

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