High Country News May 13, 2013
Conservative transplants largely from California have taken over Kootenai County -- have they gone too far?
Generous spring snow storms were a momentary, if welcome, distraction from the region's real weather story: drought.
Employees at a Kennecott copper mine outside Salt Lake City knew an April 10 landslide was coming
Biologists and federal officials hope to direct booming oil, gas and wind development away from the rare reptile in southwest Wyoming and northwest Colorado
Open-water swimmers revive historical swimming routes in Utah's dead sea
Amid bitter controversy over allowing hunters and trappers to reduce wolf populations, a Montana couple is dedicated to their hunt.
The state water board gives the go-ahead to a groundwater pumping project that could harm the San Pedro River
An HCN editor reflects on the many changes around Coeur d'Alene.
A Pulitzer Prize for Lisa Song, former HCN intern; visitors come by our office; journalists and HCN contributors Debra Weyermann and Kathie Durbin have died.
Timothy Egan on the life and work of photographer Edward Curtis
Edward Ball unravels the strange partnership between railroad tycoon Leland Stanford and photographer Eadweard Muybridge
A review of Canvas of Clay: Seven Centuries of Hopi Ceramic Art, by Edwin L. Wade and Allan Cooke
An expectant couple goes rock climbing.