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  • Empower immigrants — don't knock them out

    Empower immigrants — don't knock them out

  • Cut the anti-immigration rhetoric

    Cut the anti-immigration rhetoric

  • The life of an energy colony

    A timeline shows that since its founding, Wyoming has occasionally boomed but more often busted under the thumb of extractive industry

  • Building off the grid

    Rex and LaVonne Ewing wrote Logs, Wind and Sun to share what they learned in the process of building their dream house, creating a book that is both informative and enjoyable.

  • A gilded wrinkle in time

    In Cities of Gold, his first historical novel, William K. Hartmann interweaves the conquistadors of the 16th with a contemporary murder mystery in Tucson.

  • Dear Friends

    A town reborn; the HCN torch is passed; whoops! And see you next year.

  • Like Butte, a lonely dog hangs on

    A mysterious, mangy, half-wild dog known locally as "The Auditor" has made the moonscape of the Butte’s Berkeley Pit his home for 16 years, hanging on to life as stubbornly as the town of Butte itself.

  • Brownfields program makes cleanup profitable

    The "Brownfields" program, an offshoot of Superfund, is designed to redevelop contaminated sites into real estate, but critics say it is not always up to the challenge.

  • Superfund: On the Hill… on the ground

    Timelines trace the birth, life and decline of the Superfund law, both on Capitol Hill and on the ground in the West.

  • Life in the wasteland

    Eureka, Utah, a struggling former mining town, was named a Superfund priority site in September, but the Environmental Protection Agency is running out of funds for cleanup, and the Bush administration shows no interest in replacing them.

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