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  • A mine falls, and a tribe may get the shaft

    Part of the price of stopping the planned New World Mine near Yellowstone may turn out to be the development of coal reserves along Otter Creek, next to the Northern Cheyenne Reservation

  • Reflected glory

    Reflected glory

    A Pulitzer Prize for Lisa Song, former HCN intern; visitors come by our office; journalists and HCN contributors Debra Weyermann and Kathie Durbin have died.

  • Yes to wolves, but not so many

    Yes to wolves, but not so many

    Some Westerners support the return of wolves -- just not as many as environmentalists seem to want.

  • Yellowstone snowmobilers suffer whiplash

    Judge Emmet Sullivan reinstates a Clinton-era ban on snowmobiles in Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks

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