heard around the West

Marston, Betsy
August 2006
High Country News;8/7/2006, Vol. 38 Issue 14, p28
The article presents news around the West. The Lake Powell in Utah has now only 52 percent of capacity and is resembling a tilted airport runway at the Bullfrog boat launch and is called humorously as the incredible shrinking reservoir. In New Mexico, weekly papers in the West's rural towns used to feature gossip columns as well as today in the weekly copy of Lincoln County News. Published in Carrizozo, New Mexico, the publication has 98-year-old Geraldine Perkins as the news-gatherer and writer. More news are featured here from this areas: Nevada, Wyoming, Idaho, and Oregon.


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