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  • Dear friends

    HCN Holiday Open House; People’s Choice Awards for HCN stories; thanks to Mark Lellouch and Alison Davis; visitors

  • Dear friends

    A panel of experts will debate whether gas development and recreation can coexist in western Colorado; Michelle Nijhuis wins awards; visitors; poem by Cam Scott.

  • Good news and goodbyes

    Good news and goodbyes

    Editor Michelle Nijhuis wins an award; three brave Westerners pass away.

  • Waiting with bated breath

    Waiting with bated breath

    HCN is nominated for an Utne Independent Media award; some of the magazine's contributors are nominated for other honors; corrections

  • Hot times — hot damn

    Michelle Nijhuis has just won the 2006 Sullivan Award for Excellence in Science Journalism for her series on global warming in the West, which concludes with this issue’s feature story

  • A tenderfoot in Taos

    A tenderfoot in Taos

    An exhausted young mother, her lively new baby, and a compassionate drunkard have a brief but lovely encounter on the plaza in Taos, N.M.

  • "To feel at home, stay at home."

    This essays and book reviews in this special issue of High Country News revolve around the question: What does it mean to be at home in the West?

  • Dear friends

    Sculptor and newspaperman Bob Wick; congrats to Paul Koberstein, Alex Pasquariello, Michelle Nijhuis, and Ed and Betsy Marston; correction

  • Microclimates, macro problem

    Microclimates, macro problem

    As humans rely on our ingenuity to cope with climate change, wild plants and animals take refuge in the mountains’ microclimates.

  • Between the body and the world

    The creepy glamour of the scientific exhibit Body Worlds 2 – which showcases actual preserved sections of human bodies – never answers the question of how – and where– these people lived

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