High Country News June 24, 2013
In California's agricultural hub, the Central Valley, Latino communities fight for clean water.
Western kids have fun -- and die -- motoring off-road, thanks to loose ATV regulations, a libertarian spirit and fun-loving parents.
Fewer people are trying to cross the Southwest border, but a higher percentage are dying
Budget cuts force the U.S. Geological Survey to idle gauges across the country.
A journalist reflects on energy development on his home turf.
The region has become an important source of the technologically vital gas.
Voters will decide if Nevada should finally increase the taxes mining companies pay
Mora County joins a national trend in local control over oil and gas development
Latino farmworker communities in California's Central Valley suffer from polluted drinking water -- and High Country News can't ignore it.
Colorado River poster available; skipped issue in early June; clarification
A gay Mexican actor conceals his identity in Alex Espinoza's 'The Five Acts of Diego León'.
In "The Searchers," Glenn Frankel examines the myth of the kidnapping of Cynthia Ann Parker by Comanche Indians.
A review of A Natural History of the Santa Catalinas, Arizona, by Richard C. Brusca and Wendy Moore
Remembering wildlife biologist James Yoakum, who loved to study pronghorn