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Letters to the editor, August 2022
Comments from readers.
Letters to the editor, July 2022
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A heat wave is about to hit the Southwest
A heat wave is about to hit the Southwest
Consider sharing your experience with us.
Letters to the editor, June 2022
Comments from readers.
Letters to the editor, May 2022
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What’s in your HCN archives?
What’s in your HCN archives?
Show us your swag.
Letters to the editor, March 2022
Comments from readers.
A community space for far-flung friends
A community space for far-flung friends
We want to hear from you!
The stories that resonated with readers in 2021
The stories that resonated with readers in 2021
From climate change to the West’s housing crisis, see the most-read stories from the past year.
Stories we wish we’d written
Stories we wish we’d written
A look at some of the journalism from 2021 that inspired us, made us feel seen, and, sometimes, even made us cry.
A Q&A with Nick Martin, HCN’s new editor on the Indigenous Affairs Desk
A Q&A with Nick Martin, HCN’s new editor on the Indigenous Affairs Desk
A member of the Sappony Tribe, Martin joins High Country News from The New Republic, where he previously covered Indian Country.
‘Land-grab universities’ wins IRE award
‘Land-grab universities’ wins IRE award
The award from Investigative Reporters and Editors marks the second major honor for the project.
High Country News welcomes Jennifer Sahn as editor-in-chief
High Country News welcomes Jennifer Sahn as editor-in-chief
Sahn will lead coverage of the Western United States as the magazine heads into its second half-century.
Q&A: Meet Brandon Yadageri Moreno, HCN’s first climate justice fellow
Q&A: Meet Brandon Yadageri Moreno, HCN’s first climate justice fellow
The application deadline for the second-ever climate justice fellowship at HCN is March 31.
‘Land-grab universities’ wins Polk Award for Education Reporting
‘Land-grab universities’ wins Polk Award for Education Reporting
The project ‘sparked public conversations about the debts universities owe to Indigenous nations.’
Reflecting on HCN in the 1990s
Reflecting on HCN in the 1990s
Monuments, growth and the Marstons marked this era of the magazine.
Working together for a better future
Working together for a better future
A roundup of some of our favorite “What Works” pieces from this challenging year.
See HCN’s best illustrations from 2020
See HCN’s best illustrations from 2020
Artists elevated our journalism with surprising aesthetics and creativity.
Our favorite photos from a remarkable year
Our favorite photos from a remarkable year
In 2020, visual journalists were still able to create powerful images despite social unrest and a pandemic.
11 stories that rose above the news cycle in 2020
11 stories that rose above the news cycle in 2020
A pandemic, social unrest, an election. In this topsy-turvy year, impactful reporting topped our most-read stories.
High Country News associate editor wins AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Award
High Country News associate editor wins AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Award
Maya Kapoor won a silver in magazine writing for a feature story about the federally threatened Yaqui catfish.
When times are stressful, the animals of HCN are here to help
When times are stressful, the animals of HCN are here to help
Take a mental health break and indulge in some photos of our favorite nonhumans.
HCN mourns the passing of Norman Harry
HCN mourns the passing of Norman Harry
Leader of the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe was known for his lack of pretense.
High Country News wins 23 National Native media awards
High Country News wins 23 National Native media awards
Network of Native American journalists recognizes HCN’s Indigenous affairs desk.
How anti-Indigeneity proliferates around the West and the world
How anti-Indigeneity proliferates around the West and the world
Across the globe, anti-Indigenous organizations and sympathizers work to undermine the collective rights of Indigenous peoples.
High Country News to invest $10 million for expanded staff and technology
High Country News to invest $10 million for expanded staff and technology
The 50-year old magazine plans to bring its stories to a wider audience.
Fresh minds join the fold
Fresh minds join the fold
We welcome three new editorial interns, albeit remotely.
Tell us about your West
Tell us about your West
As we celebrate our 50th anniversary, we want to hear from our readers.
Grateful in turbulent times
Grateful in turbulent times
HCN’s journalism continues, thanks to great supporters.
Student journalists and a new face
Student journalists and a new face
Editors take time to help student journalists understand the craft, and a photo editor joins the staff.
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