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denvern | Jul 23, 2010 09:40 AM

Here at High Country News, we're proud of the fact that we've got all of our stories from 1993 on available online, in a free searchable archive. But over the last few years, a bug worked its way into the system. You may have noticed that when you did a search, most older stories showed up with a publication date of July 16, 2008, regardless of their actual publication date. Now, that's been fixed.

Thanks to our computer dudes in shining armor, the publication dates that show up in searches will heretofore reflect the actual date of publication. If you've ever felt frustrated digging through our past issues online, this should make your next search a whole lot easier.

Thanks for bearing with us and being a part of the HCN community as the magazine and the Web site evolve.

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