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    Inventing the Southwest

    An exhibit called "Inventing the Southwest: The Fred Harvey Company and Native American Art," goes on display in Phoenix, Ariz.

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    Rocks, invective, and generosity

    A profile of rancher Eugene Hussey reveals a man who has often had trouble with authority.

  • Heard Around the West

    Heard around the West

    Cows poisoned; antler poaching; brucellosis logo in Yellowstone; overheated black-footed ferrets die; beef fudge recipe; prison near Norwood, Colo., school; salvage logging protest; "drive-through' Ph.D.; Harry Merlo's successor; recreation bulldozing.

  • Book Reviews

    Inside the glitter

    Photojournalist Kit Miller explores the lives of Nevada's casino workers in photos and interviews in an exhibit called Inside the Glitter.

  • News

    Another judge says no

    Undaunted by a third federal court ruling against the University of Arizona's plan to build its large telescope on Mount Graham, Arizona Rep. Jim Kolbe drafts legislation to let the construction proceed.

  • News

    DIA hears from some critics

    At an air summit meeting in Grand Junction, Colo., representatives at Denver International Airport hear a litany of complaints from Western Slope regional airport managers.

  • Heard Around the West

    Heard around the West

    Greens spend little time in sports, Shirley MacLaine bucks karma, Utah Rep. Jim Hansen turns chicken, Lake Powell is full of s--, blimps over Grand Canyon, former Idaho Sen. James McClure lobbies for ESA, SUWA accused of overreacting, Navajos' blue jeans

  • News

    A pothunter is nailed at last

    Notorious pothunter Earl Shumway is convicted of looting Anasazi burial sites in Utah.

  • Book Reviews

    Losing the border blues

    The quarterly "Workbook" takes a look at Mexican and American border communities' environmental problems after NAFTA.

  • News

    Nobody's home in resort towns

    The vacancy rate in Colorado resort towns grows as more houses are bought for seldom-used second homes.

  • News

    Pictures worth 2,000 words

    Emery County, Utah, hires art restorers to remove graffiti from prehistoric rock art in Buckhorn Wash.

  • News

    'Green' professor cleared in Wyoming

    University of Wyoming law professor Mark Squillace is cleared of charges that his work with environmental groups misused university facilities.

  • Heard Around the West

    Heard around the West

    Rodeo safety vests, buffalo in bar, intergalactic tourism, ladies' left-arm wrestling, Helen Chenoweth's staff problems, computer organizing for wilderness, killer bees.

  • News

    Denver vs. the West

    Rising fares at Denver International Airport are changing the patterns of air travel around the West, as some airlines pull out and passengers seek other airports.

  • Book Reviews

    The Subdivision Massacre: Part II

    Richard Knight releases a video titled "Saving the West: Protecting Open Space."

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