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  • Snow job leads to a reporter's exit

    Snow job leads to a reporter's exit

    A Colorado journalist loses his job after pointing out the way Vail Resorts exaggerates a scanty snowfall.

  • Western papers drop D.C. reporters

    Western papers drop D.C. reporters

    As more newspapers withdraw reporters from Washington, D.C., Westerners wonder who's keeping an eye on the capital.

  • 'Yes' to desire and an end to fear

    'Yes' to desire and an end to fear

    Charles Bowden's new book, Some of the Dead Are Still Breathing, reiterates the bad news of today but declares that times are changing.

  • 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

  • Big dams, big battles

    In Deep Water: The Epic Struggle Over Dams, Displaced People, and the Environment, Jacques Leslie profiles people dealing with dams in India, Africa and Australia

  • Dear friends

    HCN takes a holiday break; Betsy Marston and Jon Christensen on TV; HCN hosts discussion and film in San Francisco; a note from Steve Wilent of indy paper The Mountain Times; correction.

  • Crossings

    If there’s a theme in this summer reading issue, it’s that of crossings, an idea that really hit home when a group of people from Kazakhstan recently spent time at High Country News

  • Timothy Egan's Western odyssey

    Timothy Egan's Western odyssey

    New York Times correspondent and National Book Award winner Timothy Egan talks about his enduring love for the West.

  • Holiday break

    Holiday break

    High Country News skips an issue; visitors; HCN founder Tom Bell is honored; correction.

  • Nuestra America

    In Translation Nation, Hector Tobar looks at the new Latino immigrants and examines the way the immigration experience has changed in America

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