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High Country News June 15, 1992

Tribe wins back stolen water

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Tribe wins back stolen water

A century-long battle for water rights waged by the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community in Arizona ended as Western film rarely do: The Indians won.

News

Is Yellowstone taking grizzlies' turf?

Grizzly bears feeding on spawning trout have fueled a debate over the $48 million Fish Bridge redevelopment project proposed for the heart of Yellowstone National Park.

Essays

'I lay lizard-like on a boulder, basking and sun-drying'

I'd always had this urge, possibly primeval, to live in a cave for a while.

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