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  • Nothing to lose but your leash

    Nothing to lose but your leash

    When did human beings become slaves to their dogs, required to take them everywhere, even cross-country skiing?

  • Dear friends

    Summer visitors; correction; HCN stories win awards; wilderness loses a friend: a farewell to John Seiberling

  • Measuring Tahoe’s blues

    Jon Christensen accompanies scientists trying to measure the opacity and “blueness” of Lake Tahoe.

  • Saving the Sierra, tale by tale

    Independent radio producers Catherine Stifter and jesikah maria ross are trying to help the Sierra Nevada by preserving the stories of the people who live there

  • Some neighbors behave like boors

    Some neighbors behave like boors

    Feeding wild bears just encourages them to misbehave, ultimately endangering the bears’ own lives.

  • Heard around the West

    Fargo gets trendy; confrontation at the Chuck-A-Rama; Colorado tsunami; right places, wrong photos; Reagan U. bites the dust; endangered dinosaurs; Monterey County, Calif., is "birdiest" in the country

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