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  • Mayberry and Peyton Place

    Mayberry and Peyton Place

    Public policy has ravaged America's small towns, despite lip service by some politicians.

  • Audio: Researching Rexburg

    Ray Ring talks about his foray into Idaho's Mormon college community.

  • The fruits of their labor

    The fruits of their labor

    In Delta County, Colorado, a pilot program sent prisoners to work on three farms during the summer of 2008.

  • Audio: Politics on planet Idaho

    Audio: Politics on planet Idaho

    Just how bad or good are Idaho's environmental politics? On September 18, High Country News gathered Idaho politicians and environmentalists for a lively exploration of these questions.

  • Video: Still howling wolf

    Video: Still howling wolf

    The passionate and complicated feelings people have about living with wolves in the Northern Rockies.

  • The great giveaway

    The great giveaway

    The BLM hurriedly releases six proposed resource management plans for 11 million acres of public land in Utah, leaving little time to respond.

  • One species versus 1.8 million others

    One species versus 1.8 million others

    Susan Tweit sees the growing tally of roadkill as a sign that there are too many humans threatening ecological balance.

  • Clean coal is an oxymoron

    Clean coal is an oxymoron

    Greg Gordon says Montana's governor, Brian Schweitzer, may sound like a populist, but he's beholden to King Coal.

  • Audio: A conversation with Alexandra Fuller

    Listen to an exclusive, web-only interview with author Alexandra Fuller.

  • Portland Promenade

    Portland Promenade

    People on the streets of Oregon's pedestrian-friendly city talk about why they leave their cars at home (or have no cars).

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