I lament the changes in your paper since that time, and especially in the past few years. Not too long ago, HCN was a thick publication that delved thoroughly into all angles of the very complex issues that face the West. My husband and I trusted HCN to educate us on these details. During the past couple of years, almost every issue we’ve received has elicited a sigh from one or both of us about the fact that the articles tend to be too brief and one-sided. We don’t want sensationalism and sound-bites; we want well-researched, objectively presented information.
- Millie Carson on Trump’s Cabinet choices reflect deep Koch influence
- Shelley Ellis on How many Westerners does the Affordable Care Act cover?
- Jan Hearthstone on California’s recent rains won’t fix its other, very big problem
- Tiffy Squid on Why we need condors in eastern Oregon
- Mark Rozman on Trump’s Interior pick confounds conservationists