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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.
Help us continue reporting on land-grant universities
Help us continue reporting on land-grant universities
Tell us your stories through a secure tip form.
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.
 High Country News names new Executive Director/Publisher
High Country News names new Executive Director/Publisher
Greg Hanscom to lead award-winning, 50-year-old, nonprofit magazine covering the Western United States
High Country News – the voice of the West — celebrates 50 years and looks to the future
High Country News – the voice of the West — celebrates 50 years and looks to the future
Pioneering nonprofit unveils $10 million campaign to expand its editorial work and influence.
The modern West: a roundup of our best photos of the year
The modern West: a roundup of our best photos of the year
In 2019, photographers captured nuance in the people and places around the region.
Ten stories that got your attention in 2019
Ten stories that got your attention in 2019
From racism to renewable energy to corruption, our reporting featured a variety of communities and perspectives from the West.
We get by with a little help from our friends
We get by with a little help from our friends
The future of journalism is collaborative. Read some of our favorite stories from HCN partners this year.
High Country News wins 19 National Native Media Awards
High Country News wins 19 National Native Media Awards
For the past two years, we’ve built a tribal affairs desk that centers Native voices for a Native audience.
Call for pitches: Books & Authors special issue 2019
Call for pitches: Books & Authors special issue 2019
Help us celebrate the West’s writers and writing.
A year across the West through the eyes of our photographers
Our best longreads this year
Our best longreads this year
In 2018, we sought to challenge your most preciously held views of the West.
See winter solstice around the West
See winter solstice around the West
After the longest night of the year, earth tilts once again toward the sun.
Indian Country News
Indian Country News
Help make sense of the biggest stories across Indian Country with our monthly newsletter.
Our 7 favorite features of the year
Our 7 favorite features of the year
Did you miss one of the stories that explored the lesser-known West?
The best photos of 2017: wildfire, protests and bears
The best photos of 2017: wildfire, protests and bears
What caught our eye this year.
The view of the eclipse from the lenses of our readers
The view of the eclipse from the lenses of our readers
A collection of photos submitted by the High Country News community.
Drop excessive charges against journalist Jenni Monet
Drop excessive charges against journalist Jenni Monet
High Country News objects to the arrest of and excessive charges made against the Native American journalist.
Photos: A year around the West, for people who love it
The five biggest stories of 2016
The five biggest stories of 2016
From Sagebrush Rebels, to spills and surprise wins.
More books essential to understanding the American West
More books essential to understanding the American West
Readers tell us their favorites from the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries.
The many landscapes of Bears Ears
The many landscapes of Bears Ears
See photos of the proposed national monument, ranging from meadows to cliffs.
High Country News gives voice to women firefighters speaking out about harassment, abuse and sexism on the job
High Country News Classifieds
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    Mountain Time Arts, a Bozeman-based nonprofit, is seeking an Executive Director. MTA advocates for and produces public artworks that advance social & environmental justice in...
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  • EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
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  • RESEARCH FELLOW (SOUTHWESTERN U.S. ENERGY TRANSITION)
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    The Rio Grande Headwaters Land Trust (RiGHT) is hiring an energetic and motivated Conservation Manager to develop and complete new conservation projects and work within...
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  • ELLIE SAYS IT'S SAFE! A GUIDE DOG'S JOURNEY THROUGH LIFE
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