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The wild home of hope 18.11.2009 Current Issue
Rock Water Wild: An Alaskan Life is Alaska writer Nancy Lord's celebration of her state.
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Mystery unsolved -- and that's a good thing 13.11.2009 High Country News Most Recent
The recent discovery that bones found in the Southwest did not belong to the long-lost poet-wanderer Everett Ruess keeps one more evocative Western mystery alive.
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Mystery unsolved -- and that's a good thing 13.11.2009 Writers on the Range
The recent discovery that bones found in the Southwest did not belong to the long-lost poet-wanderer Everett Ruess keeps one more evocative Western mystery alive.
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Return of the pod man 11.11.2009 High Country News Most Recent
Arizona farmer Mark Moody raises mesquite trees for food and furniture.
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Return of the pod man 11.11.2009 Current Issue
Arizona farmer Mark Moody raises mesquite trees for food and furniture.
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Gone in 60 seconds 9.11.2009 High Country News Most Recent
Despite auctioneer Peter Stremmel's enthusiasm, the Western artwork sold at this year's Coeur d'Alene Art Auction in Reno didn't bring very high prices.
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Gone in 60 seconds 9.11.2009 Current Issue
Despite auctioneer Peter Stremmel's enthusiasm, the Western artwork sold at this year's Coeur d'Alene Art Auction in Reno didn't bring very high prices.
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How big should we be? 4.11.2009 High Country News Most Recent
The September board meeting raised questions about how big HCN should be; artists and activists visit us.
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How big should we be? 4.11.2009 Current Issue
The September board meeting raised questions about how big HCN should be; artists and activists visit us.
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FUSD budget override fails 4.11.2009 Custom Search
Voters have soundly rejected extending Flagstaff Unified School District's 10 percent budget override for another seven years.
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On the road in lonely Wyoming 3.11.2009 Writers on the Range
A late-night encounter with a cop on a lonely Wyoming highway is a quintessentially Western experience.
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Seeking a vocation in no-man's land 25.10.2009 Current Issue
Salam Talib, who barely escaped from Iraq with his life, now seeks a new beginning in San Francisco.
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George, Isiah - Mayberry's have all luck 22.10.2009 Durango Herald
There is such a thing, people.
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Obama disappoints when it comes to salmon 13.10.2009 Writers on the Range
The latest Columbia and Snake river salmon plan largely ratified the Bush administration's inadequate approach.
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Is Tester’s Bill Our Best Bet For New Wilderness? 22.9.2009 NewWest.Net Travel & Outdoors
If passed, the Forest Jobs and Recreation Act would designate the first new Wilderness Areas in Montana since 1983, and I’m up here, in a plane provided by the non-profit Ecoflight, to get a first-hand look at what the bill would actually mean to miles of backcountry in some of the most cherished wilderness in the state. Down below me is the battle zone: forests and landscapes treasured by hikers, loggers, snowmobilers, mountain bikers, horse packers, anglers, hunters, and oil and gas firms, among others. The Tester bill aims to protect wild land while satisfying as many of these groups as possible. But can it succeed?
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Vail: 'Anti-ski film ski film' 12.9.2009 Vail Colorado: Our World
Seeds of Bill Kerig's filmmaking career were perhaps sown shortly after he moved to Vail 25 years ago, when he worked at an underground theater-bar called "The Slope."
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Fallout from nuclear tests leads to health crisis 7.9.2009 Custom Search
HONOLULU (AP) -- Pius Henry fears his adopted government will kill him, that the United States won't live up to a health care obligation to people from Pacific islands where it tested nuclear bombs.
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Fallout from nuclear tests leads to health crisis 7.9.2009 Custom Search
HONOLULU (AP) -- Pius Henry fears his adopted government will kill him, that the United States won't live up to a health care obligation to people from Pacific islands where it tested nuclear bombs.
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Elbow rub? H1N1 flu upsets rituals of greetings 5.9.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
When it comes to avoiding the transmission of swine flu -- without awkwardness or rudeness -- perhaps the Samoans are best prepared. "In Samoa, people do not touch when they greet each other," the linguistic anthropologist Alessandro Duranti says.
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Idaho Republicans Should Step Up and Denounce Threatening Language 28.8.2009 NewWest.Net Politics
You’ve probably heard that Jared Hopkins, reporter from the Twin Falls Times-News, reported in another one of his scoop-them-all stories that at a Republican fundraiser Wednesday in Twin Falls, Idaho Republican candidate for governor Rex Rammell said, “After an audience member shouted a question about ‘Obama tags’ during a discussion on wolves, Rammell responded, ‘The Obama tags? We’d buy some of those.’” Rammell told Hopkins it was a joke. Let’s start with some basics. What would Rammell’s mother say? Mine would have said, “Threatening the President is a felony, and you will never say anything like that again. Clear?” What would Rammell’s father say? Mine would have said, “I expect you to take this matter seriously. And if you ever hear anyone make ...
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