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  • As the town hollows out, one Aspen neighborhood thrives

    The Smuggler Mobile Home Park in Aspen, Colo., is a vibrant neighborhood that has survived Superfund status and soaring real estate

  • Betting on the house

    In Las Vegas, the Bureau of Land Management offers up cheap land for affordable housing.

  • Can Vail find room for its workers?

    Vail, Colo., is facing a crisis about where to house the workers who keep the town running

  • Conservation goals in Jackson Hole collide with a need for worker housing

    Conservation goals in Jackson Hole collide with a need for worker housing

    In Wyoming's top resort town, the desire to protect the environment and the community's character kills big affordable housing projects.

  • Down but not out in Missoula, Montana

    Kathryn Socie works two jobs and still can’t afford to buy a house in Missoula, but she believes that her life in Montana is well worth the sacrifice it takes.

  • Housing keeps getting tighter all the time

    Housing keeps getting tighter all the time

    In many Western tourist towns, locals can't afford to buy houses, even as trailers and other affordable dwellings are evicted or banned outright.

  • I've tried, but I can't eat the view

    Missoula, Mont., like many amenity-rich Western towns, is becoming too expensive for its working-class population

  • Soaring home prices spur changes to environmental law

    With housing prices on the rise in the state, the California Environmental Quality Act is under attack

  • Town Shopping

    With all the formerly cool, "undiscovered" small towns now caught up in the New West’s booming real estate frenzy, it’s getting hard to find an affordable place to call home

  • Under the radar

    Homeless families aren’t found only in urban areas. They’re also struggling to survive in the rural West, as shown by the story of Barbara Trivitt and her two children, who lived in a Jeep in Coos Bay, Oregon, this fall.

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