High Country News July 25, 2011
China's insatiable energy appetite is fueling a natural resource boom in the West.
Elouise Cobell's long-running lawsuit over Indian trust accounts appears to be finally reaching a settlement.
California places tough restrictions on the pesticide methyl iodide, but opponents believe that's not enough to protect workers and the environment.
The Montana Legislature abandons an attempt to tighten the state's permissive stream-access laws.
Wyoming's concealed-carry laws have been liberalized, but that doesn't mean that everybody can pack pistols in their pockets.
The West's once-faltering extractive economy is roaring back to life, powered by the energy needs of developing countries like China.
HCN board and staff discuss digital media; visitors; correction.
Attorney Lance Astrella represents landowners coping with oil and gas development on their doorsteps.
Daniel Olivas' novel uses magical realism to describe the lives of a Mexican-American family in Los Angeles.
Rudolfo Anaya's new novel brings a Chicano man back to his remote New Mexican village.
What do you do when you're hit by doubts on the very morning of your wedding?