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High Country News 10h
A bridge to no more: Trump’s methane rule rollback dims the green credentials of natural gas.
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High Country News 11h
An Alaska ballot measure would tighten habitat protections. Supporters raised about $1.5 million. Opponents? $11 million.
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High Country News 12h
Natural gas, the “clean” fossil fuel, is winning the War on Coal. But Trump’s rule rollback clouds the victory celebration.
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High Country News 12h
Don't be a slacker. Be a published essayist and win the Bell Prize!
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High Country News 13h
A ballot measure pits mining against salmon in :
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High Country News 13h
Trump snuffs out Obama’s rules, opening the door to millions of tons of greenhouse gas emissions, and exposing the natural gas industry’s Achilles heel.
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High Country News 13h
In November, Alaskans will choose how to balance salmon and gold.
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High Country News 14h
Trump’s methane rule rollback is a buzzkill for the planet — and the industry.
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High Country News 15h
Read more about the impact addiction is having on Native families in our story from May:
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High Country News 16h
The Yurok Tribe has canceled its commercial fishery season for the third year in a row because of low Chinook numbers. Read our feature story about how the tribe is working to reclaim the river it relies on:
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High Country News 17h
Struggling agricultural communities might have found a new ally - :
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Sarah Tory Sep 18
Sometimes the worst part about reporting is knowing only a tiny fraction of a person’s story will make it into the final piece. For I wrote a little bit about Jose Villarreal and his experience being held solitary confinement for 10 yrs.
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High Country News 18h
Native women are 10 times more likely to be murdered than any other ethnicity. Reauthorize .
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Graham Lee Brewer 18h
: I’m in San Juan Co. Utah to write about the legacy of voter disenfranchisement on the Navajo Nation. It’s a joint reporting project between & . Has voting for you or someone you know been rife with hurdles? Get at me.
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Brian Calvert Sep 18
There are still places in the world where a person can make a go of it on her own terms. That's Eileen. Great reporting and fine writing by
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Josh Zaffos Sep 18
The country’s busiest office, in New Mexico, has a plan for more drilling
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Tristan Ahtone Sep 18
Deleana OtherBull of says the Violence Against Women Act will expire at the end of September, and it is imperative that Congress reauthorizes the law with new provisions.
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Tracy Barbutes Sep 18
Firefighters combating & cleaning up after California’s have stories to share beyond the fire lines. I documented several firefighters during the for .
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High Country News Sep 18
Tribal provisions in VAWA provide support to tribal law enforcement, training, advocacy, community education & social programming. The law must be reauthorized.
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High Country News Sep 18
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The Indian Child Welfare Act is essential to strengthening future Native American generations.
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