High Country News June 10, 2013
In Wyoming's top resort town, the desire to protect the environment and the community's character kills big affordable housing projects.
Even the costliest blazes can boost local economies.
Latino music stations -- even commercial ones -- increasingly resemble public service organizations.
A new provision lets tribes prosecute non-tribal members for violent crimes like rape for the first time.
Sailors' journals detailing the weather of voyages past could improve the accuracy of climate models' projections of the future.
A massive restoration effort has helped the tiny fox recover.
A new study finds frogs and toads are disappearing faster than previously thought.
The industry hopes Wyoming's coal bonanza lasts another 100 years. But mining's peaks and valleys have never been entirely in its control.
In many Western communities, the more careful you are with land-use planning and wildlife conservation, the less you're doing for worker housing.
HCN wins Utne award for environmental coverage, and three awards from the Society of Professional Journalists.
"Benediction" is Kent Haruf's latest novel about the beauty and hardship of life in the fictional eastern Colorado town of Holt
In "Spectacle," a collection of short stories, Susan Steinberg explores power and gender in relationships
Montana photographer Richard Buswell turns to abstracts and still lifes in his most recent work capturing scenes from his home state.
The original geodesic tent lives on.