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  • Heard around the West

    San Francisco vs. tourists; "Billionaires for Bush (or Gore)"; camping at Wal-Mart; Yellowstone Web site pulls ads begging for corporate money; lawn ornament bandits in Oregon; lawn mowers vs. people.

  • Musicians United to Sustain the Environment

    A Michigan-based nonprofit, Musicians United to Sustain the Environment, is giving away CDs in drawings.

  • Communities Directory: A Guide to Intentional Communities and Cooperative Living

    A new directory features maps, cross-references charts and an index of various communities.

  • The Wayward West

    Clinton administration delays dam-breaching decision; critics call Army Corps of Engineers' Los Alamos, NM, dam unnecessary; W.R. Grace repurchases vermiculite mine in Libby, MT and revokes EPA access; Californians vie to get $ for their polluting cars.

  • Heard around the West

    Reno waitresses rebel against high heels; Domino's Pizza via SUV; Ford Motor Co. admits SUVs cause problems; "pet owner" may change to "pet guardian" in Boulder, CO; prize-bearing cockroaches; how USAF considered bombing the moon; Nate Madsen's redwood.

  • The Wayward West

    San Rafael Swell bill is pulled; Al Gore pledges to protect roadless forests; California state park fees cut in half; gas pipeline companies disregard safety.

  • Heard around the West

    "Monster" is pussycat in Penn.; farmer plows over snowmobiles in Canada; Arizona Republic condemns vigilante approach to illegal immigration; Psychic Network welcome to bring jobs to Santa Fe; wanna-be doctors face acting "patients"; PETA in Wyo.

  • Gold at What Price? The Need for a Public Debate on National Gold Reserves

    A 24-page study by three environmental groups talks about national gold reserves being harmful both economically and environmentally.

  • 839 Ways to Move Colorado in the Right Direction

    The Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado wants people to repair trails, plant trees and take on other tasks this summer, and has put out a directory.

  • Hispanics have a new voice

    "El Valle," a new monthly newspaper in the Four Corners area, combines English and Spanish to focus on the lives and concerns of Hispanic people in the area.

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