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  • A lonely crusade

    A lonely crusade

    A Wyoming farmer's long struggle to find out what's polluting his water gets the attention of the EPA - and inspires reporter Abrahm Lustgarten of ProPublica.

  • A paper with bite

    The Taos Horse Fly, with its biting journalism, does its best to live up to its name

  • A return to the West

    HCN reader Mary Jane Skala regards the buyout that ended her journalism career as a blessing in disguise that gave her the freedom to travel across the West.

  • Dear friends

    Dave Foreman on "Nature’s Crisis" and what HCN is doing wrong; kids these days; visitors; clarifications

  • Dear friends

    High Country News is now in full-color; Jacqui Banaszynski and Don Nelson give HCN some editorial advice

  • Dear friends

    HCN says goodbye to Greg Hanscom and welcomes new editor John Mecklin; notes from readers

  • Don’t write off this story yet

    The Salton Sea might appear to be dying, but like many another story in the West, it isn’t over with yet.

  • Excellence

    The Institutes for Journalism and Natural Resources presented the first Wallace Stegner Awards in September to nine Western newspapers for excellence

  • Global climate change: We need to talk about it

    Global climate change: We need to talk about it

    It's hard for journalists to talk about climate change, but they need to keep telling the story, especially when writing about natural disasters.

  • Goodbye, Rocky Mountain News; hello, Mrs. Li

    Goodbye, Rocky Mountain News; hello, Mrs. Li

    Former Rocky Mountain News employees meet to lament -- and celebrate -- how their lives have changed since Colorado's oldest newspaper folded a year ago.

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