heard around the West

Marston, Betsy
September 2006
High Country News;9/18/2006, Vol. 38 Issue 17, p28
The article offers news briefs in the U.S. In the Mexico border, some upper-class Mexicans pay $15 for the favor of sneaking across the U.S. border illegally. In Olympia, Washington, a group of raccoons have attacked a neighborhood killing ten cats and bitten a woman who tried to save her dog. In Oregon, the managing editor of "Flux," the magazine of the University of Oregon's School of Journalism and Communication, Richard Gould offered the advice of selling bibles door-to-door.


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